Monsanto may have stolen the Native Medicines Novalis may own your cell-line and Microsoft may have locked up all the picture archives. But we’ve got your number! Visit Magnus OpusRead More →
xhibited at the Art Gallery of NSW during Perspecta 1985 Preaching to the Converter combined Triwall Cardboard, Velvet and Cast Iron in a seven metre flow across the Museum floor. stage set of gigantic proportions, or rather a normal room viewed from the prespective of a child. Castles and reverbatory furnaces, a liquid river of […]Read More →
Listening in Melissa McMahon bugs Nigel Helyer.
Nigel Helyer is an English-born, Sydney-based sound artist, lecturer at Sydney College of the Arts, and co-founder of SoundCulture, a Pan-Pacfific organisation focusing on sound art. Helyer’s work is of an essentially composite, or in his words “pluridisciplinary”, character, in the sense that not only does any given piece incorporate a range of media, but many are part of a series of “events” (one or several?) including other pieces, other artists, other countries, radio broadcasts, internet links, CD’s, and CD-Roms.
Trouble in Paradise: Swelter – An Artists’ Project for the Palm House, Royal Botanic Gardens
May 1999 – January 2000, Sydney
by Michael Goldberg
Includes review of the Leaven projectRead More →
Getting close and Personal. Each night I would have the same dream, I was four years old, lying awake, afraid to fall asleep, afraid to enter that inevitable landscape. The ground surface was uniformly smooth, formed of dense iron plates extending to a featureless horizon line. Roaring from this iron ground and billowing all around […]Read More →