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‘Heart Beat’ by Lisa Roet in the Adelaide Review

““It’s a strangely confronting video which will attract people as they walk into the entrance,” Roet says.””

Lisa Roet’s Heart Beat is an immersive installation exhibited at the Australian Experimental Art Foundation. The work is on display until April 2nd. … Continued

William Mackinnon’s ‘Internal Weather’ in The Adelaide Review

Jane Llewellyn reviews William Mackinnon’s Internal Weather for The Adelaide Review, now at Hugo Michell Gallery:

““I really want to get across my experience and the feelings associated with these places,” Mackinnon says. “It’s not really representational of a … Continued

Elvis Richardson Releases ‘The Countess Report’ Examining Male and Female Representation in Australian Art

Elvis Richardson’s blog CoUNTess: Women count in the art-world has published data on gender representation in Australian contemporary visual arts since 2008. Its data-collecting activities provide hard evidence of the need for – and add substantial traction to – action … Continued

Janet Laurence’s ‘H2O: Water Bar’ in Art Guide

Thanks to Art Guide for their write-up on our Janet Laurence’s latest project, H20: Water Bar!

Janet says of the project:

““It’s funny how in Australia we’ve got that reaction, that we’ve got plenty here and we’re OK. Our … Continued

Lisa Roet’s ‘Heart Beat’

Lisa Roet ‘s Heart Beat is now exhibiting at the Australian Experimental Art Foundation, until 2 April.

Berlin-based Rachel Vance writes in the catalogue: “Her large-scale, theatrical projection Heart Beat (2014-16) confronts audiences with an enlarged three-dimensional projection of a … Continued

Janet Laurence brings Great Barrier Reef to Paris

Janet Laurence’s Deep Breathing (Resuscitation for the Reef) will exhibit at the Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle in Paris, for the Climate Change Conference of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Convention, also referred to as UNFCCC or COP21.… Continued

James Dodd’s ‘Pigment High’, reviewed by Nathan Seppelt

Check out Nathan Seppelt’s review of James Dodd’s recent exhibition Pigment High on THIS IS RADELAIDE.

Image: James Dodd, Devil marks, 2015, from Pigment Highacrylic & enamel on canvas, 61 x 46 cm.

Narelle Autio, Trent Parke, Richard Lewer & William Mackinnon, Finalists in the 2016 Basil Sellers Prize

Narelle Autio, Trent Parke, Richard Lewer and William Mackinnon have been announced as finalists in the 2016 Basil Sellers Art Prize!

This prestigious prize is supported by Basil Sellers in order to encourage contemporary artists to develop their practice, to … Continued

Richard Lewer, Winner of the 2015 Albany Art Prize

Congratulations to Richard Lewer, winner of the 2015 Albany Art Prize! This prestigious national painting prize is an acquisitive prize for $25,000, including a studio residency. The winning work, Untitled from the Mostly Sunny series, was presented by Hugo Michell … Continued

Tony Garifalakis in ‘Neverwhere’, Gaia Gallery, Istanbul

As part of the Australia in Turkey 2015 cultural interchange, Tony Garifalakis is exhibiting in Neverwhere at Gaia Gallery in Istanbul. Garifalakis exhibits in Neverwhere alongside other Australian artists Brook Andrew, Mikala Dwyer, Lou Hubbard, Veronica Kent, Claire Lambe, … Continued