Mikala Dwyer: Drawing Down the Moon | Author: Mikala Dwyer
For more than 20 years, Mikala Dwyer has pushed the limits of installation, sculpture and performance, establishing herself as one of Australia’s most important contemporary artists.
Dwyer has been exhibiting internationally since 1982, and recent solo exhibitions include: the garden of half-life, University of Sydney Art Gallery, Sydney (2014), Goldene Bend’er, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne (2013), Drawing Down the Moon, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane (2012); Costumes and Empty Sculptures, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane (2008); Moon Garden, Aratoi Museum, Masterton (2008); The Addition and Subtractions and The Hanging Garden, Kunstraum, Potsdam (2007); I Maybe We, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington (2005) and Art Lifts, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra (2002).
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TIWI: Art & Artists | Author: Judith Ryan
Tiwi visual and performative cultural practices have existed for many millennia, but it was only during the twentieth century that a wider public became aware of the magnificence of Tiwi...
DESTINY | Author: Myles Russell-Cook
Australian artist Destiny Deacon, a Kuku and Erub/Mer (North-East Cape York and Torres Strait) woman, is known for having coined the term 'blak', in a reclaiming and recasting of a...
Buried not dead: Essays | Author: Fiona McGregor
Novelist Fiona McGregor's new book, Buried Not Dead, is a collection of essays on art, literature and performance, sexuality, activism and the life of the city. It features performance artists,...