Artlink has championed diverse cultural perspectives and a quality of writing that is of a higher standard and longevity than most of its peers.
Hugh Ramsay Chair, University of Melbourne
Editor: Daniel Mudie Cunningham
This edition considers the role of art in the construction of public space, place and Country. Completed as parts of Australia endured ongoing pandemic lockdowns, this edition maps current First Nations and settler thinking on how artworks and artists operate in public, and what that means when we are stuck inside. By no means an exhaustive overview of practices staged in public places, or the thinking that fortifies it, this issue offers a broad view of the ways that artworks and artists operate in public, in past and present tense, with urgent consideration of our tenuous future.