It's Time

Cover of It's Time
 

Artlink was earlier than its journalistic peers to notice the development of Australia’s most significant art movement, the Aboriginal art revolution, along with developments of global importance in a rising China and elsewhere in the Asia/Pacific region.

Ian North

Current Issue | Issue 40:1 | March 2020

Editor: Eve Sullivan, Executive Editor of Artlink

This edition takes a broad view of the concept of time in art and the times we live in, prompted by social change and upheaval as a motivation for action and cultural adaptation. Concepts of living on borrowed or secondhand time are contrasted with astronomical or geological deep time, and new approaches to art history.

Above: James Darling and Lesley Forwood, Living Rocks: A Fragment of the Universe, 2019 installation view, Magazzini del Sale, La Biennale di Venezia, 2019. Cover: Nicholas Folland, Other Homes and Gardens, 2019 mixed media. Installation view, Adelaide Central School of Art Gallery Photo: Sam Roberts. Courtesy Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne © Nicholas Charles Folland/Copyright Agency, 2020




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