Published 01 September 2005
Published 01 June 2020
Sean Irving is a writer who spent too much time looking at trains as a kid. He’s currently Editor of ACCLAIM magazine.
Published March 2014
Professor Pat Hoffie of Griffith University, interviews the two new Directors of the IMA, Aileen Burns and Johan Lundh, and contextualises their appointment in the Contemporary Art Space context of 2014.
WEBB Gallery, Queensland College of Art
The MYRE Project, Fremantle
October 9 – November 3 2013
Author and broadcaster Craig Schuftan looks at the perennial issue of the co-option of anti-establishment culture as seen in the different approaches of Kurt Cobain and the band started by his friend Kathleen Hanna - Riot Grrrl.
GOMA, Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane
23 November 2013 – 11 May 2014
Co-Guest Editor of WALL TO WALL Annemarie Kohn writes about how the seed for a graffiti issue of Artlink was sown, back in 1991 at the Metro nightclub in Adelaide. Twenty-three years later, this edition of Artlink is thought to be the first time an Australian art journal has been devoted to exploring graffiti as a contemporary artform.
Patti Astor, who co-founded the FUN Gallery in NYC in 1981, interviews the first and most well-known female graffiti artist Lady Pink, her friend of 30 years.
Associate Professor Joanna Mendelssohn looks over the last twenty-five years of tertiary art education and wonders where the intake of students from a broad socio-economic spectrum has gone and where the subsequent shrinking cultural conversation leaves Australia?