Reflection: 20th Anniversary Issue
Vol 20 no 3, 2000
Guest editor Stephanie Radok Looking back and looking forward. Revisiting some of Artlink's favourite themes over the 2 decades and offering new perspectives for the next decade: ecology, new media, regional arts, Indigenous art, museum practice, craft, theories of art especially that of Donald Brook, multiculturalism and social change. Also an account of Artlink's last decade. Reviews.
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Modern Machine ArtAuthor: Mr Simon Penny, feature
Information processing technology influences our notions about creativity, perception, and the limits of art & It & is probably not the province of computers and other telecommunication devices to produce works of art as we know it; but they will, in fact be instrumental in redefining the entire area of esthetic awareness."
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Articles in this issue
- Artrave: Artrave
- Editorial: Taking the Pulse / Inserting the Probe
- Feature: Design Practice
- Feature: Adelaide Studios
- Feature: Art for Social Change
- Feature: Artlink - The Second Decade 1991-2000
- Feature: Artlink and Museums, Past and Present
- Feature: Australian Aboriginal Cultures Gallery
- Feature: Craft Theory
- Feature: Culture Without Limits
- Feature: Donald Brook's Art Theory
- Feature: Experimental Art Foundation Revisited
- Feature: Indigeneity
- Feature: Modern Machine Art
- Feature: Regional Art
- Feature: Screen Gallery
- Feature: Social Ecology
- Feature: The Link Exhibition
- Review: Andrew Arnaoutopoulos: Trojan Horse
- Review: Artists in Focus - Iconography: Traditions and Influence
- Review: David Rosetzky: Custom Made
- Review: Designing Minds
- Review: Drive-By, Fourteen Artists
- Review: Little Rippers: Australian Fringe Pop
- Review: Milan Milojevic Intervention 6 - 'Index of Possibilities'
- Review: Place and Identity: Contemporary South Australian Ceramicists
- Review: Queer Transgressions
- Review: Rosemary Laing: Gradience and Flight Research
- Review: The 12th Biennale of Sydney 2000
- Vis.arts.online: Vis.Arts.Online