COVER: Maitha Demithan, Aiyal (detail) 2012, scanography, 142 x 170 cm. Image © the Artist, courtesy Experimenta Media Arts and RMIT Gallery. Photography Mark Ashkanasy. Experimenta Recharge: 6th International Biennial of Media Art, Anne & Gordon Samstag Musuem of Art, University of South Australia, 55 North Terrace Adelaide (SA) 19 August – 23 September 2016
Sonia Payes, ‘Minerva’ 2016 (detail) 112.7 x 160.3 cm. type C print, Ed of 3© The Artist and Fehily Contemporary. Sonia Payes: Parallel Futures MAP 14, McClelland Gallery + Sculpture Park, 390 McClelland Drive, Langwarrin (VIC), 3 July – 6 November
Melbourne City Ballet presents Romeo & Juliet, J. B Osbourne Theatre Olympic Parade Kangaroo Flat (VIC), 26 August 2016
Maitha Demithan, ‘Sanawat’ 2010. scanography. 180 x 144 cm. Image © the Artist, courtesy Experimenta Media Arts and RMIT Gallery. Photography Mark Ashkanasy.
BOTH: Experimenta Recharge: 6th International Biennial of Media Art, Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art, University of South Australia, 55 North Terrace Adelaide (SA) 19 August – 23 September 2016
Yunkurra Billy Atkins and Sohan Ariel Hayes. ‘Cannibal Story’, 2013. Digital animation. 6:52 mins. Image courtesy the artists and Martumili Arts Centre. © the artists.
Andrew Hurle, ‘Reconstructions’ (after CW Dickinson), 2011 (detail), pigment ink jet print, 35 x 40 cm. Courtesy the artist and Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney. Creative Accounting, Manningham Art Gallery, Manningham City Square (MC²), 687 Doncaster Road, Doncaster (VIC), 27 July – 3 September 2016
Jess Bradford, ‘Pt. Macquarie’, 2013, water activated dry media on primed zinc plate, 9 x 6cm. Image courtesy of the artist. Substrates of Memory: Jess Bradford, MOP Projects, 2 / 39 Abercrombie Street, Chippendale (NSW), 27 July – 21 August 2016
Matthew Ngui, ‘Every Point of View’ 2015, plastic pipes and real-time video projection. Image courtesy of Singapore Art Museum. Every Point of View, Fremantle Arts Centre, 1 Finnerty Street, Fremantle, (WA), 30 July – 17 September
Studio of Domenico BRUCCIANI, Cast of stone panel from North West Palace of Ashurasirpal II, c.1860, plaster, 90x131x4.5 cms. ‘Quiddity’, RMIT Gallery, Swanston Street Melbourne (VIC), until 20 August 2016
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