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Laurie Anderson and Hsin-Chien Huang are redefining VR in contemporary art.
In the group exhibition Hi Vis, fashion is used to arrest attention and focus it onto complex political ideas.
One afternoon, during an event at the Sydney College of the Arts, Alex Gawronski looked up from an elaborate cheese platter and turned to Justene Williams, his fellow teacher. “If I ever gave up art,” he said, intoxicated by the pungent stink, “I would make cheese in a cave.”
“The past is a foreign country: they do things differently there,” or so goes the oft-quoted first line of LP Hartley’s 1953 novel, The Go-Between. But when it comes to video art, the past is more like a galaxy far, far away. This is made abundantly clear in Cinemania, a survey show spanning three decades of video and photography by New Zealand artist Lisa Reihana.
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