Vol 24 no 3, 2004
In depth profiles of leading Australian artists Narelle Autio, Catherine Woo, Sue Ford, Gosia Wlodarczak, David Wadelton, Gunther Christmann, Michael Nelson Jagamara: many strands of current visual arts. Ian North reviews the Biennale of Sydney and '2004: Australian Culture Now'.
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That was Then, This is Now: New Work by David WadeltonAuthor: Mr Ted Gott, feature
David Wadelton's artistic career took a dramatic turn in the years 1997-98 after he purchase an iMac computer. Prior to this time he had been painting hybrid canvases and creating refined pencil and silverpoint drawings that displayed a unique quirckiness that was informed by the artist's affection for the culture and language of Pop art. Gott explores the apparent shift in Wadelton's work, from the assemblages of the everyday objects that he first exhibited to his new works; mesmerising, hypnotic, dizzying.
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Articles in this issue
- Artrave: Artrave
- Book review: Peter Timms' What's Wrong With Contemporary Art?
- Editorial: On Being Fair
- Feature: MFC's and Gunter Christmann
- Feature: Michael Jagamara Nelson Gives It A Go
- Feature: On Your (Motor)bike - REVIEW: Reason and Emotion, Biennale of Sydney, 2004, and 2004: Australian Culture Now, Melbourne
- Feature: Raw and Cooked Margins
- Feature: That Strange Quivering of Substance: The Recent Paintings of Catherine Woo
- Feature: That was Then, This is Now: New Work by David Wadelton
- Feature: The Poetics of Agoraphobia
- Feature: The Sea Is In Them: Narelle Autio and Trent Parke
- Feature: What's Mine Is Yours: Touching the Surface of the Practice of Sue Ford
- Review: 21st Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Award
- Review: Barking Up the Wrong Tree
- Review: Blak Insights
- Review: Brad Nunn: Machine Gun Walker
- Review: Fabrics of Change: Trading Identities
- Review: Jacky Redgate: Survey 1980-2003 [Three Exhibitions]
- Review: Julie Dowling: Warridah Sovereignty
- Review: Ken Searle: Papunya: Paintings and Drawings
- Review: Octopus 5
- Review: Philip Wolfhagen
- Review: Sandy Edwards: Indelible
- Review: Su Baker: Serious Pleasure
- Review: Sue Richter. On Colour: Whiteblack Red
- Review: Three Colours: Gordon Bennett and Peter Robinson