There is an afterlife for fragmented imagery.
Aida Tomescu: A Long Line of Sand
We cannot expect the form before the idea, for they will come into being together.
Idris Murphy: The Abundance
The landscape is an idea, a tradition, a thing with its own rules and history…
The National 2021
Do we want to return to a comforting idea of normality? Or would we prefer to take the opportunity to try and build a better and more just world?
Art school in Australia: amid the cuts and closures, what could the future look like?
It’s great while the money lasts but quickly seems like a crumbling empire when things go bad.
Vincent Namatjira takes the Archibald one step into the future
There is no fundamental beauty and there is no fundamental truth.
Van Gogh Alive: Resurrecting the Dead
Grist for the spectacle.
That ceramicist who survived a bushfire inside his kiln has much to teach us…
The only consolation is output… turning all that ‘inspiration’ into something else.
The Idea of the City: Miriam Innes and the Imagining of New York
The city is the greatest invention of the human race.
Mirrors, Doubles and Speculative Space: Paul Davies’ Art of Connection
In essence, Paul Davies’ art explores the ways images are made and how they are produced…