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Thursday 13 March 2014

exhibition review: life captured

Rhiannon Tuffield-Skone
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  As human beings, we are able to feel and make sense of the world around us. We know what it is to experience joy and freedom and pain, and, most importantly, sympathy or empathy when we witness suffering. Yet when it comes to animal suffering, many of us are indifferent or can’t properly connect…
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Wednesday 26 February 2014
Art Arts

exhibition review: the red queen

Audrey K. Hulm
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The Red Queen is the latest blockbuster at the Museum of Old and New Art (Mona) in Hobart. It is a curated exhibit that fills the underground sprawl of David Walsh’s lair with darkness, intrigue, and a sense of bitterness that moves in waves throughout the many interlacing rooms. The assembled works often seem to have…
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Friday 29 November 2013
Art Arts Culture Opinion

exhibition review: melbourne now

Audrey K Hulm
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Last Thursday I visited the highly anticipated Melbourne Now exhibition, which, as the Director of the NGV’s Tony Ellwood elicits in the forward to the catalogue, sets “out to explore how Melbourne’s visual artists and creative practitioner’s contribute to the dynamic cultural diversity of this city.” Spanning expansive territory across the Ian Potter Centre and…
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Thursday 21 June 2012
Art Arts

recycled library: altered books exhibition

lip magazine
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It was with trembling knees and more than just a little trepidation that I entered the State Library of NSW to check out the exhibition Recycled Library: Altered books. I’ve always been taught to treat my books with care (even second hand books bought for $1 from Vinnies) and I was about to enter what…
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