“I don’t think I’ve seen anything like it…”
Vernon Ah Kee: This Is Not History
It would be a mistake to consider the work of Vernon Ah Kee as purely political in motivation.
Possible Futures: Science Fiction in Contemporary Art
“The present is being dismal, so instead of keeping a temporality where the present and the past influence the future, we want to switch things around and have the future influence the present.”
PEOPLE OF PERTH!
“PEOPLE OF PERTH… I COME WITH A MESSAGE FROM THE FUTURE – THE ART WORLD IS AWESOME AND EVERYTHING IS FINE…”
John Olsen: Grand Old Man
The saying goes that the only difference between a radical and a conservative is 10 years.
Professional Art Therapist*
I’ll sit in a chair while you can sit on the couch, and so we can begin our art therapy session.
Archibald 2016: Typically Debatable
One of the lessons of the Archibald prize is that it’s impervious to criticism.
Cindy Sherman’s work isn’t as orthodox in its theory or approach as its historical categorisation might suggest – it’s far more organically alive, exploring the grotesque and the uncanny, the monstrously feminine, and the comedic worlds of haute couture.
I count the grains of sand
The plastic streamers had faded. Once festive blue, red and green, they’d turned a faint and depressing orange in the thirty odd years since I’d last visited the Oracle.
Man Proposes, God Disposes: In Which Your Humble Narrator Makes a Terrible Confession, but Has a Startling Revelation
It’d be fair to say that your artwork doesn’t really challenge any paradigms. Or any notions.