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