The Cider Series is an iteration on an earlier series of paintings of the same name; a collection of a dozen bottles of Colonial Project cider where each bottle demonstrates a different way in which Aboriginal ontologies have been desecrated post colonisation.
For Opinion Fatigue, Sebastian Moody has produced a series of monochromatic voids punctuated by sparse bouquets of typographic symbols. Very occasionally, a lone word appears.
I. The Limits of Imagination The Limits of Imagination, 1971, 15 x 21cms, ink on paper I hear old Poseidon walks on the water like his feet are backwards fish. I’ve always had this affinity, he boasts in the trumpet …
Pham creates hybrid worlds, rendering traditional scenes of Cao Dai temples and Western classical art in an illuminated palette of neon PC coolant fluid and radiant LED lights.
Various strange attractor equations were used to drive particle motion to reveal their beautiful mathematical forms.
My painting practice explores the emotional and psychological aspects of a person’s life, and is informed by my own quest to find my place in the world as a migrant settler in Australia.
UnMonumental is a collaborative project by artists James Tylor and Matt Chun. UnMonumental posts events from Australian history that are little known, hidden or commonly misrepresented, accompanied by original watercolour drawings.
From around the late 19th century a number of studio photographers in Jerusalem, Jaffa and other cities began to offer portraits in what was couched as ‘traditional’ costumes, provided by the studio.
I am a multidisciplinary artist predominantly working with sculpture, mixed media, print and installation. By interconnecting representation, consumerism, and mediated culture, I remix perspectives of the Anthropocene, moving towards a more Symbiocene standpoint that is optimistic and harmonious.
As TextaQueen, I have been widely and wildly showing work for over twenty years in independent, commercial and institutional spaces around the world.
As part of my decades-long Graphology poems cycle, I have created many drawing-poems that (to my mind at least) exist between/around/across written text and visual images, and which hopefully test and blur semantic delineations and category definitions.
Dutiful, five-pronged, deft-hinged and symbolically arranged – what do those once-arboreal human appendages reveal when words cannot decide?
As I researched the area of ancient volcanic ground along the Loddon and Coliban Rivers in Central Victoria alongside my daughter, poet Bonny Cassidy (incidentally my old home grounds) my thoughts pushed further into the origins and beginnings of water systems and I began to think on how water is born, its actual beginnings in deep time.
The photographic series Covid Clean is a symbolic self-portrait that confronts the racial remarks towards Asian appearance and identity during the COVID-19 pandemic.
I’ve always loved the video game Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego. First released in 1985, it spawned the edu-tainment software revolution of the 90s, which I was very much caught up in.
Moth Loths | Silently Reaping The Harvest Of Those Who Shine Bright As The Stars
Cook Book explores the merging of traditional Aboriginal cultural practices with Westernised 21st Century knowledges and tools.
My work is almost always personal, drawing heavily from my Southern African roots and my experiences as a diaspora woman living in the context of settler nation Australia.
Michael Lee | How Are Things (installation view with artist), 2018 My artworks are personal reflections on city living, with a focus on how space structures human thought, feelings and actions. Researching architectural heritage addresses my own poor memory of …