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Synthetica : art, technology & us

February 12, 2020 |

Dr Cameron Rose

Art and technology are by definition divorced from nature. Art is the product of human creativity and technique; it is an object, image, sound or movement that exists as a unique manifestation of our imagination. Technology comes … Read More

CAN’T DO TOMORROW

February 11, 2020 |

Australia’s largest showcase of urban & street art

20 – 29 February 2020

This inaugural festival will see over 100 street artists and musicians take over Melbourne’s iconic multi-level warehouse, The Facility, transforming it from top to bottom with paintings, … Read More

The Road to Darwin

December 14, 2019 |

Chapter 4 – The Alice

Rolled into Alice Springs, literally: a strong head wind burnt up all the petrol. As the sun set in the west (I presume it was the west because that’s where the sun sets where I … Read More

Terminus : Jess Johnson & Simon Ward

December 8, 2019 |

Heide Museum of Modern Art presents

a mysterious universe of alien architecture populated by humanoid clones and cryptic symbols, explored via a network of travellators and gateways.

2 November 2019 – 1 March 2020 

IMAGE CREDITS: … Read More

Arthur Boyd : Landscape of the Soul

December 6, 2019 |

by Alexandra Sasse

Have you had any lessons? The enquiry came from a woman and her friend who had been loitering behind me as I painted en plein air in a local park. It seemed a particularly stupid question, especially … Read More

Making Trouble : John Waters

October 6, 2019 |

interview by Dr Mark Halloran

Q. I was interested in your childhood, and your parents Patricia and John, and being raised as a Roman Catholic in Baltimore. I was raised a Roman Catholic as well so I feel as though … Read More

The Road to Darwin

October 5, 2019 |

part one

Ben Laycock

Chapter 1 – Hattah

We leave Castlemaine on the last day of July, heading for Darwin and beyond. We don’t see anything to write home about on the first day. Inglewood seems like a thriving little … Read More

Our Bodies, Our Voices, Our Marks

August 8, 2019 |

Immigration Museum

until 6 October 2019

A suite of exhibitions and experiences exploring the art of tattoo, alongside themes of identity, self-expression, culture and community.

In order of appearance: 

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2019 COVER: From Paul Stillen’s Connected Bodies, Vess 2019. Photograph … Read More

The David Roche Legacy

August 1, 2019 |

by Inga Walton

On an unassuming street in North Adelaide can be found one of Australia’s more recent, and arguably most lavish, house museums. The David Roche Foundation is the first private museum in Adelaide established without public funding, and … Read More

The Fashion Force

July 2, 2019 |

by Inga Walton

Krystyna Campbell-Pretty’s passion for fashion has endowed the National Gallery of Victoria with a substantial number of exceptional couture and prêt-à-porter ensembles, accessories, sketches and studio drawings, photography, fashion journals and supporting textual material over the last … Read More