ACMI’s latest exhibition unpacks light as both phenomena and subject
ACMI's new light exhibition pushes you around – mentally – like a rag doll, wowed by a roll call of…
Exhibition review: To the Sounds, Josephine Mead
Combining photography, prose and sound, Josephine Mead's solo exhibition creates a reflective haven in the bustling CBD.
Exhibition review: David Noonan
A trip through memory and a time long gone.
Exhibition review: Steeper than Legal
Eight artists contemplate site-specific issues of sustainability and socio-economic conditions
Can copyright protect immersive art?
Japanese immersive powerhouse teamLab is no stranger to copyright disputes but the booming art form is still a difficult subject…
Landmark bequest announces inaugural acquisitions
Works by Olafur Eliasson, Tacita Dean and Fiona Hall will enter QAGOMA’s collection thanks to The Josephine Ulrick and Win…
Exhibition review: Dalison by Ian Strange and Trevor Powers
A short-film collaborative eulogy about a dying Australian house is also a celebration of home.
Exhibition review: Who are you: Australian Portraiture
Over 200 works speak to the various forms of Australian identity.
Situating ‘Australian art’ in Japan and beyond
While artistic engagement between Australia and Japan is not new, recent collaborations open up a greater cross-cultural discourse in the…
Rethinking contemporary textiles
Curators and artists come together to discuss emerging trends around the expanded practice of textiles and fibre art.