Published 01 September 2005
Published 01 June 2020
A response to the challenging article by Donald Brook, 'The Artist and the Industry' in Artlink Volume 15 Number 2 & 3.
Although the Centenary Venice Biennale has a number of faces, the primary one is to represent the face of contemporary art through international participation of 43 countries at their official pavilions.
Published September 1995
Ann Newmarch has recently confronted and embraced the problems of ageing ...in a project she calls 'Anti Medusa/Risking Fifty'.
Exhibition review Sculpture Survey 1995
Gomboc Gallery Middle Swan
One Hundred Years of Sculpture
Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, WA
Report Torque, the Fourth Artists' Regional Exchange, Perth February - March 1995 - a five week residency for visual artists from Australia, Indonesia and the Philippines, an exhibition of work at the Perth Institute of Contemporary Art Western Australia and a Symposium (24- 26 March 1995).
Exhibtion review Old Dust and Medical Gas
Installation by Shaun Kirby
Sym Choon Gallery, Adelaide SA
19 May - 12 June 1995
Historically, depictions of Aboriginal people have their gaze diverted away from the viewer. The work of Julie Dowling confronts the viewer to acknowledge the Aboriginal individual communicating as one human being to another.
It goes without saying that for a woman to make a self-portrait, a self-representation, a different world of considerations will be required than if a man entered the same quest. The weight of history, of tradition, the idea of 'truthfulness' and women's unreliability: must I go on?
Review The Festival of Perth
March - April 1995
The Futures Technology Centre
Elizabeth College, cnr of Warwick & Murray Sts,
Hobart Design team: Paul Ian (architect), Ian Friend (artist), Sarah Lindsay (artist), Kevin Todd (artist).
Heritage: the National Women's Art Book
edited by Joan Kerr
an Art and Australia book published by Craftsman House
Exhibition review Nikolaus Lang
Adelaide Convention Centre and Adelaide Railway Station SA
The Killing of History: How a discipline is being murdered by literary critics and social theorists
by Keith Windschuttle
Macleay Press, 1994 Sydney