Ima Brisbane has just turned 40, in celebration of this wonderful achievement they have created an archive of their last four decades. It includes an image log and interviews with past directors, one of my favourite were with directors Michael Snelling and Robert Leonard. Leonard… Read More
Wilosophy by Wil Anderson is a great podcast . Wil interviews a range of people about their lives and discusses their ‘philosophies’ on, well, everything. It came highly recommended to me, and I love it, check out the Pinky Beecroft conversation.
Look what can happen over a weekend in Toowoomba. Changing the town!
On Friday night we were lucky enough to have curators and visiting artists Billy Gruner and Sarah Keighery visit Toowoomba from the Blue Mountains for the WEST/RAYGUN Exchange. Billy spoke about the evolving project and the collaborative style of extended dialogue surrounding post formalist, contemporary painting. We… Read More
If you find yourself in Aarhus, Denmark, go to the ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum. Olafur Eliasson’s work ‘Your Rainbow Panorama’ was installed on the top of the building in May 2011. Visitors can travel up an elevator and walk around on the top of the building in… Read More
We’re loving this out of the ordinary art space The Suburban in Oak Park, Illinois. Run by artists Michelle Grabner and Brad Killam, we love that it exists away from the limelight and that they invite the people who inform their own practices. Heres an interview… Read More
We love what Sal is up to on Twitter. Like the majority we blog or post on our websites news of what we’re interested and inspired by, but Randolph chooses to use Twitter as an alternate platform to share ideas. Heres a link. to start… Read More
We are thinking we will continue with the dialogue currently taking place at RAYGUN Projects this month, in regards to both the underlying premise behind ETSAR(SER) as well as specific projects found within each contributing artists discourse. Within their current exhibition the audience members are… Read More
Last week was the final week of Heimo Zobernig’s installation at David Pestorius Projects in Brisbane. It was well worth dropping in to meet David, see Heimo’s work and the architecture also; a home designed by Davids father in the 1960’s which is now the… Read More