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Peter Solness

Published: Monday, 2 September 2019

Peter Solness is a multi-award winning photographer, artist, educator and writer who specialises in the photographic method of Light Painting. His practice involves mounting his camera on a tripod and working in darkness to allow long camera exposures of between 4 to 60 seconds. These long exposure times mean he can hand-illuminate his chosen subjects using […]

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Ana Iti

Published: Tuesday, 14 May 2019

Ana Iti is from Te Rarawa decent. She gained an MFA from the College of Creative Arts Toi Rauwharangi, Massey University Te Kunenga ki Pūrehuroa, e Whanganui-a-tara Wellington 2017-2018, and a BFA from Ilam School of Fine Arts, Ōtauhtahi Christchurch 2008-2012. Ana is a visual artist who works between text, video and sculpture. She is […]

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Photograph of Dan Koop

Dan Koop

Published: Thursday, 9 August 2018

I will attend Future/Forward hosted by the National Association of the Visual Arts and facilitate “making art in public” is a 2 day collaborative, hands on workshop about creating in civic spaces. Led by artist, producer and facilitator Dan Koop, this workshop will explore art made in and for public spaces and equip participants with new skills, perspectives and networks to enable the creation of rigorous and ambitious public art. After the workshop, participants will be able to access support from Lady Producer Gang to further develop any ideas generated in the workshop.

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Elisa Jane Carmichael

Published: Friday, 20 October 2017

In 2017, A + G is partnering with Big hART to bring visual artist, Elisa Jane Carmichael, who belongs to the Quandamooka people of Moreton Bay, Queensland, to Canberra during October and November. Elisa’s practice traverses a range of mediums including textiles, paints and fibres. Her work has been exhibited and published nationally and internationally […]

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Debbie Ding

Published: Thursday, 20 April 2017

Debbie Ding is a visual artist and technologist working between London and Singapore. She reworks and reappropriates formal, qualitative approaches to collecting, labelling, organising, and interpreting assemblages of information – using this to open up possibilities for alternative constructions of knowledge. Inquiries are sparked off by the unexpected discoveries and hidden labours of amateur explorers […]

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Jessica Neath

Published: Wednesday, 19 April 2017

Dr Jessica Neath is an emerging art historian who is researching at the intersections of visual art, landscape and the memorialisation of marginalised histories. She is currently working with the artist Brook Andrew  on the Australian Research Council project, ‘Representation, Remembrance and the Memorial’. Using an international comparative approach, this visual arts research project concerns […]

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Dacchi Dang

Published: Tuesday, 11 October 2016

Dacchi Dang was born in Saigon 1966 in a Chinese/Vietnamese family and currently live and work as an artist and independent scholar in Sydney. His art training began in 1987 when I received a Bachelor of Fine Arts and followed by a Master of Arts at College of Fine Arts University of New South Wales. Recently […]

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Laura Hindmarsh

Published: Wednesday, 24 February 2016

Laura Hindmarsh lives and works between London and Australia. Working across the disciplines of drawing, video, performance and 16mm film her practice interrogates mechanisms of image production to the point of exhaustion or collapse. Her work has been exhibited at Contemporary Art Tasmania, Standard Practice New York, Apiary Studios London, CCP Melbourne, Ve.Sch Vienna, TMAG […]

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Visiting Artist Juhani Koivumäki, image courtesy of the artist.

Juhani Koivumäki

Published: Friday, 23 October 2015

Juhani Koivumäki works with short films and photographs. In his works Koivumäki explores individuals’ universal hurting points and the underlying conflict between the individual and society and their often colliding interests. Many of his short films have been presented in film festivals and screenings around the world since 2002: Helsinki, Tampere, Rauma, Kassel, Paris, Riga, […]

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Chris Bennie

Published: Friday, 12 June 2015

Chris Bennie is a New Zealand born artist, living and working in Mermaid Beach, Australia. His artwork has been included in national and international group exhibitions including The National Artists Self Portrait Prize, University of Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane (2013); Biennale of Sydney: Revolutions – Forms That Turn (2008); Contemporary Australia: Optimism, Gallery of Modern […]

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