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Thursday 12 February 2015
Art Arts

her riot presents: the other side, at m16 artspace

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Opening tonight at Canberra’s M16 Artspace is The Other Side, an immersive installation exhibition by Sarah McEwan under the pseudonym Her Riot. Described by McEwan as an ‘anti-band’, Her Riot challenges the commercial consumption of music and encourages viewers to see mainstream culture through a distinctly feminist lens. Lip caught up with Sarah McEwan to…
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Wednesday 21 January 2015
Art

exhibition review: sometimes there isn’t anything to get

Camilla Patini
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Sometimes There Isn’t Anything To Get is a fresh and innovative exhibition currently being displayed at the Nancy Sever Gallery in Canberra. It assembles thought-provoking and eye-catching artwork from artists Joel Arthur, Zoe Brand, Byrd (Daniel Maginnity) and Hanna Hoyne. The walls and floor of the exhibition offer such wonders as a sculpture of an…
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Friday 19 December 2014
Art Arts

meet artist ruby berry

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Name:                               Ruby Berry                                                                          …
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Saturday 13 December 2014
Art Arts

cleft: exploring the body landscape

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Showing at Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Manuka from 27 November – 7 December, Cleft presented new works by Canberra based artists Louise Upshall and Tara Bromham. The word cleft, as both noun and adjective, denotes a fissure, divide or separation, however despite this it contains is an innate sense of duality, an implied halving to…
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Thursday 4 December 2014
Art Arts Feminism

in conversation with julie garran

Claire Capel-Stanley
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  In February this year, artist Julie Garran set herself a simple challenge. Post one photograph online, every day. As an experienced photographer, social media wasn’t something Julie had used in her practice. The project expanded, and became a large exhibition, A Photo Every Day, presented at PhotoAccess, Canberra in October. Julie’s project reveals how…
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Thursday 30 October 2014
Art Arts Fashion

the fashion world of jean paul gaultier

Audrey K Hulm
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  From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk, the Jean Paul Gaultier retrospective currently showing at the NGV International is to put it bluntly, pretty damned amazing. On entering the media preview, I watched a very pretty boy, in an elegant floppy black felt hat, denim overalls and studded black boots begin to cry and tell…
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Tuesday 28 October 2014
Art Featured

stationery that inspires: interview with cassidy dewar, founder of inspirationery

Bridget Conway
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If you’re in Melbourne and looking for something to get you over hump day this week, you’re in luck. At Donkey Wheel House at 6:30pm this Wednesday, you can enjoy nibbles, drinks and live Triple j unearthed acts, all while supporting the launch of a local and inspiring project. Cassidy Dewar is the founder of…
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Friday 24 October 2014
Art Arts

artist profile: caiti stevens

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  Where are you based and what is your medium of choice? ACT, Painting on canvas. Name three interesting facts about yourself: I am a vegetarian and have been for several years- I did try to do it earlier but I didn’t know how to cook back then so it didn’t work so well initially….
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Wednesday 22 October 2014
Art Arts Feminism

art and change: art and feminism

Audrey K. Hulm
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  Conversations surrounding the over-arching and increasingly redactive term Feminism in panel or group style setting, can tend to be focused on picking apart semantic terminology and deciphering the ideology’s dogmatic past. It can be frustrating when one is looking for more tangible answers to proposed prompts, in this case the intersection of binary concepts…
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Thursday 2 October 2014
Art Feminism news

only three women represented in the top 100 most collectible living artists

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Last Friday artnet released its list of the top 100 most collectible living artists. Proclaimed as having the world’s largest and  most comprehensive price database for secondary market sales of fine and decorative art, the website compiled the 100 strong list of artists who are most collectible when it comes to the auction block and,…
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Friday 26 September 2014
Art Arts

exhibition review: the light part of every 24 hours

Jess Oliver
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  The light part of every 24 hours, presenting the work of Clare Jackson and Georgia Black showed at the Front Gallery + Café in Canberra from 26 August – 6th September 2014. Exploring the nature of perception and time, the name of the exhibition referred to the given definition of a day, or the…
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Tuesday 9 September 2014
Art Arts

irrational emotions: on activism and art

Meg Stoios
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  The culmination of Sophia Dacy-Cole’s residency at Friends of the Earth (FoE) first presented itself to me as its title, Irrational Emotions. The itchy two-word phrase struck me like a mosquito bite and my attempt to navigate a way around it only increased the need to scratch. Unless the title is tautological or false,…
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Thursday 14 August 2014
Art Arts

exhibition review: winter garden

Jess Oliver
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    Winter Garden is a travelling exhibition from Japan that introduces Australian audiences to contemporary Japansese art and, in particular, the concept of Micropop. A term coined by exhibition curator Midori Matsui, Micropop describes the ways in which a generation of contemporary Japanese artists have reinterpreted meaning and cultural values to create a set…
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Thursday 7 August 2014
Art Sexuality

strapped: art challenging phallocentrism’s impact on lesbian sexuality

Sarah Iuliano
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Not everyone wants a ‘bulbous veined dick’ inside them. With this in mind, Newcastle-based artist Emilie Jeine Amaryllis has replaced the phallus with fists and other gestures in an installation resembling strap-ons. ‘Patriarchy and penises are everywhere and as a feminist lesbian, I want to challenge these things,’ Emilie says of the exhibition, which aims…
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