Sydney-based artist Jenny Orchard has been awarded The University of Queensland’s 2017 National Self-Portrait Prize. Erica Green, Director of the University of South Australia’s Anne and Gordon Samstag Museum of Art and Curator of the 2018 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art, judged this year’s Prize. The announcement was made at the opening of the …
Upon first glance, Anastasia Booth’s copper sculpture Teresa appears to be a wingspan or a bird about to take flight: an ethereal vision that is part of this world but destined for elsewhere. Yet, these carefully polished copper rays are highly tangible; when illuminated, they exude warmth, while the shadows they cast vary and extend …
Brenda L. Croft has been involved in the contemporary arts and cultural sectors for three decades as an artist, arts administrator, curator, academic and consultant.
Nadège Philippe-Janon’s practice is concerned with the human relationship to the non-human world, which in turn has led her across a diverse range of mediums and modes of art-making. Her work explores the manipulation of materials, forms of perception and the interlinked and dynamic nature of systems, beings, and objects.
Immerse yourself in Angelica Mesiti’s mesmerising three-channel video work featured in The Dust Never Settles during July and read more about the fascinating whistling languages the work addresses.
Artist Eugenia Raskopoulos recently dropped by UQ Art Museum and shared the very personal inspiration behind her two-channel video work re-ma(r)king 2010, which is currently featured in The Dust Never Settles.
Michael Rayner is one of Queensland’s leading architects. Principal of Blight Rayner Architecture, he’s designed many of the State’s most renowned public buildings, and has won several international design awards.
Watch behind the scenes preparation for the ‘Denise Green: Beyond and Between – A Painter’s Journey’
The work of Denise Green AM came to prominence in 1978, when her paintings in the exhibition New Image Painting at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, were recognised for their spare yet resonant visual language.
Fiona Lowry is renowned for atmospheric paintings in which she examines the conventions of portraiture and landscape painting. Her works are laden with unsettling overtones and often evoke a sense of menace.