Curated by Natasha Ginwala, Contour Biennale 8 traces jurisprudence and its emergence through courthouses and law in medieval Europe. Here Ginwala considers justice as the 'medium' which is 'simultaneously a performative, ethical and aesthetic operation'.
Khadim Ali has been awarded the Western Sydney Arts Fellowship for 2016. Director of Arts NSW said the award was for Khadim Ali's miniature paintings which assert themselves with contemporary themes of displacement, war and refuge. Read more here.
Helga Groves has been interviewed for Artist Profile, the conversation between Lucy Stranger and Helga Groves can be read here.
Vernon features on the ABC program Books and Arts in an interview with Sarah Kanowski.
Andrew Arnaoutopoulos features on SBS Greek Radio in an interview about his exhibition 'In Heaven with Rock 'n' Roll George'
Vernon Ah Kee's first solo exhibtion in Sydney will be open until the 11th of March. This survey of his work is indicative of the breadth of his artistic pracitce. Read more:
Khaled Sabsabi's 'Minority/Majority' is now open at Fairfield City Museum and Gallery. The exhibition features works that explore the psyche of sports in Western Sydney, the similarity of board games over differing cultures and the grief of forced migration and memories of war.
Gemma Smith with feature in the upcoming show at Sydney's artspace. Her work features in a new show curated by Alexie Glass-Kantor and Talia Linz. This exhibtion features a cross-section of artists of different practices, with a focus on abstraction of the visual, auditory as well as the performative bent.
Ross Manning's Domestic Ascension 2011 is currently on display at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney as part of the anniversary exhibition Primavera at 25: MCA Collection. The exhibition runs until 19 March 2017. Read more.
A recent collaboration between Bonita Ely and scientist Karen Privat will be on display at Manly Gallery as part of 'Ku-ring-gai pH - Art + Science'. Opening tonight at 6pm, the exhibition features a series of collaborative installations inspired by Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, NSW that highlights connections between the two fields. Read more.
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