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LAUREN BLISS | The Cinematic Body in View of the Antipodes: Philip Brophy’s Body Melt as the bad copy

Philip Brophy’s Body Melt, made in 1993, is a distinctly antipodean film: it not only copies scenes from classic horror movies such as The Hills Have Eyes (1977), Alien (1979), The Thing (1982) and Scanners (1981), it also copies the

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LAUREN BLISS | The Cinematic Body in View of the Antipodes: Philip Brophy’s Body Melt as the bad copy

Philip Brophy’s Body Melt, made in 1993, is a distinctly antipodean film: it not only copies scenes from classic horror movies such as The Hills Have Eyes (1977), Alien (1979), The Thing (1982) and Scanners (1981), it also copies the

98/99/4 Wolfgang Sievers, Gerard Herbst and Prestige Materials, Red Bluff, Sandringham, Melbourne, 1950

VERONICA BREMER & ANNE-MARIE VAN DE VEN | The Bauhaus Link in the Life and Work of Émigré Artist Gerard Herbst

The German-born artist Gerard Herbst (1911-2011) arrived in Australia in 1939 with practically nothing. He would go on to transform a multitude of artistic fields such as typography, poster design, window displays, art education, film, theatre, photography, and textile design.

98/99/4 Wolfgang Sievers, Gerard Herbst and Prestige Materials, Red Bluff, Sandringham, Melbourne, 1950

VERONICA BREMER & ANNE-MARIE VAN DE VEN | The Bauhaus Link in the Life and Work of Émigré Artist Gerard Herbst

The German-born artist Gerard Herbst (1911-2011) arrived in Australia in 1939 with practically nothing. He would go on to transform a multitude of artistic fields such as typography, poster design, window displays, art education, film, theatre, photography, and textile design.

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JASON GIBSON AND JOHN KEAN | ‘New Possum Found!’ Photographic Influences on Anmatyerr Art

Despite extensive and at times contested retellings of the origins of Papunya Tula painting, few authors have identified the extent to which intercultural influences affected the work of the founding artists, preferring instead to interpret the emergence of contemporary Aboriginal

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JASON GIBSON AND JOHN KEAN | ‘New Possum Found!’ Photographic Influences on Anmatyerr Art

Despite extensive and at times contested retellings of the origins of Papunya Tula painting, few authors have identified the extent to which intercultural influences affected the work of the founding artists, preferring instead to interpret the emergence of contemporary Aboriginal

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WES HILL | Hipster Aesthetics: Creatives with no alternative

What is a hipster, and why has this cultural trope become so resonant of a particular mode of artistic and connoisseurial expression in recent times? Evolving from its beatnik origins, the stereotypical hipster today is likely to be a globally

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WES HILL | Hipster Aesthetics: Creatives with no alternative

What is a hipster, and why has this cultural trope become so resonant of a particular mode of artistic and connoisseurial expression in recent times? Evolving from its beatnik origins, the stereotypical hipster today is likely to be a globally

Djon Mundine, Drawing for 200 Burial Poles, c.1987. (Courtesy of the artist.)

NIGEL LENDON | Relational Agency: Rethinking The Aboriginal Memorial

Twenty-two years after its first exhibition at the 1988 Biennale of Sydney, and following numerous subsequent iterations, in 2010 The Aboriginal Memorial was re-designed and installed in the foyer of the National Gallery of Australia. This essay seeks to reinterpret

Djon Mundine, Drawing for 200 Burial Poles, c.1987. (Courtesy of the artist.)

NIGEL LENDON | Relational Agency: Rethinking The Aboriginal Memorial

Twenty-two years after its first exhibition at the 1988 Biennale of Sydney, and following numerous subsequent iterations, in 2010 The Aboriginal Memorial was re-designed and installed in the foyer of the National Gallery of Australia. This essay seeks to reinterpret

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Interview | DARREN JORGENSEN| George Gittoes: Artist, Peacemaker

In the early 1970s in Sydney, George Gittoes and Martin Sharp ran The Yellow House, combining visual arts with film and theatre to introduce a new kind of art to Australia. Today, after thirty years of making art in war

Artists at the Yellow House Jalalabad

Interview | DARREN JORGENSEN| George Gittoes: Artist, Peacemaker

In the early 1970s in Sydney, George Gittoes and Martin Sharp ran The Yellow House, combining visual arts with film and theatre to introduce a new kind of art to Australia. Today, after thirty years of making art in war

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Exhibition Review | GILES FIELKE | Subliminal Massage

James Turrell: A Retrospective, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 13 December 2014 – 8 June 2015 Download PDF (0.3MB)

Turrel WithinWithout

Exhibition Review | GILES FIELKE | Subliminal Massage

James Turrell: A Retrospective, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 13 December 2014 – 8 June 2015 Download PDF (0.3MB)