Published 01 December 2018
Exhibition review Ricky Swallow: The Lighter Side of the Dark Side
An overview of the various artist's spaces which have been established at different times: Gotham Studios, 6A.N.I.C.A. Gallery and Studios, Jacksue Gallery/Pad Studio, Verge Gallery and Studios, Spiral Studios, PICA, The Terminal and more. Includes black and white photographs of the studios and galleries.
Published December 1997
Looks at the work of Samantha Lau, Megan Jones and Josie Bri-Haines. These works take us away from the populated cityscapes to other lands, other planets and in some senses to a state of rest. Their premise is our worship of the sun, planets and stars.
Exhibition review Megan Keating: Schema Dunce Gallery,
Ann Newmarch Retrospective 'The Personal is Political' curated by Julie Robinson was shown at the Art Gallery of SA in 1997. Lippard puts Newmarch's work into a global context.
Exhibition review Belinda Giddins, Mandy Ridley, Sandra Selig
Parlour Metro Art,
The story of senior women from the remote community of Kintore Northern Territory, who after just three years became Central Australia's most sought-after artists.
Newcastle is already a post-industrial city and talk of culture as the defining feature of the coming economic profile of the city sustains an older myth. That is, that industrial and mining cities did not support high culture....
Exhibition review Katie Moore 'Huff'
Contemporary Art Centre
1. He has faith in his ability to lie. 2. He writes with generosity. 3. He creates new possibilities for existence. 4. He writes out of necessity.
As a handful of emerging electronic artists see it, the dis-articulation of this interface and the 'smart cufflinked control' imposed by its visual economy is where interactivity becomes conversation. They are concerned not so much with presenting their work in the electronic writing space as with drawing our attention to the interaction itself.... Lists web sites
In July 1997, the Queensland Government launched its youth arts policy 'Your Culture-- Your Move' which targets the development of cultural activities and artistic practice for young people and emerging artists.
Exhibition review Zoe Sweeney: Subsist - A Cosseted Environment Gallery Go Go,