Art & the Spirit
Vol 18 no 1, 1998
Wide-ranging responses to issues of spirituality in the visual arts. Looks at the role of indigenous art and its relationship to land. Examines significant contemporary exhibitions addressing art and the spirit.
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Where Eagles HoverAuthor: Mr Maurice O+Riordan, feature
Any discussion of the sacred and spiritual in Australian art must surely defer to the art of Aboriginal people for theirs is the art and culture which speaks most directly and profoundly about the connection of human spirituality to the Australian landscape.
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Articles in this issue
- Artrave: Artrave
- Book review: Building a picture: Interviews with Australian Artists by Gary Catalano
- Feature: Art, Trash and Religion: the Serrano Affair revisited.
- Feature: Beyond the Bleeding Heart...
- Feature: Cedar Prest: Community Art and Spirituality
- Feature: Collaboration by Satellite
- Feature: David Jones' sculptures in the landscape - a spirit of place
- Feature: Embodiment: Concerning the Ontological in Art
- Feature: Grandmother's Mob and the Stories
- Feature: Groundwork - New Work/Old Law: The Spirit of the Land in Three Communities
- Feature: Migration and Faith: Places of Worship in a Multicultural Community
- Feature: Spirituality in Contemporary Australian Art: Some contexts and Issues in Interpretation
- Feature: Susan Hiller: Being Rational about the Irrational
- Feature: The Spiritual, the Rational and the Material: Spirit and Place Art in Australia 1861 - 1996
- Feature: Urinating to Windward
- Feature: Vi$copy Rules. OK?
- Feature: Where Eagles Hover
- Feature: Wrestling with Difficult Issues
- Review: Caboodle: Work from the Jam Factory Studios
- Review: Fremantle 6160
- Review: Maria Ghost: Rick Martin
- Review: Sea
- Review: Swingtime, East Coast - West Coast: Works from the 1960s-1970s in The University of Western Australia Art Collection
- Review: The Measured Room
- Review: Tripping the Light: The Big Party Show
- Vis.arts.online: vis.arts.online