Six artists lead the ranks on the quest for social change with works highlighting cultural awareness, indigenous rights, sexuality, gender equality, diversity, feminism, youth and marginalised communities. Carnival of the Bold presents a lineup that will captivate, challenge and inspire you. Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA), Sydney Saturday, 6th June 2015 3pm – 5pm More […]
Running down Illawarra Road stark naked, extending my arms towards the distant sky with palms wide open … was what it felt like when I recently spent 90 minutes with Alicia Talbot. It reminded me of when I was in my early teens when older students had scandalized the school with the then vogue act […]
YASUKICHI MURAKAMI: THROUGH A DISTANT LENS BY MAYU KANAMORI 10 – 21 FEBRUARY 2015 – SYDNEY, GRIFFIN THEATRE COMPANY Mon – Fri 7pm Sat 2pm and 7pm Bookings & Tix http://www.griffintheatre.com.au/whats-on/yasukichi-murakami-through-a-distant-lens/ “We take so many photographs. How do we know which ones are important, […]
In collaboration with Maylei Hunt, Yoshiko Ito, Jayanto Damanik, Yiwon Park and Miranda Zhao, Mayu Kanamori’s video installation for 2014 City of Sydney Chinese New Year, Crossing Boundaries: A Celebration of Contemporary Asian Australian Art is an investigation into human stereotypes, which can often be negative, leading to racism or often positive, self-reinforcing and preventing deeper […]
Artists Vic McEwan, Mayu Kanamori and Shigeaki Iwai in collaboration with SunRice staff, AGS staff rice growers and Coleambally community members to re-imagine the SunRice Coleambally Rice Mill site. As part of The CAD Factory and SunRice Contemporary Arts Partnership.