As an art exhibition, Atmospheric Memory is cool, edgy, and highly intelligent. As an experience however, it is scary, eye-opening, and prescient.
Honi spoke to the founders of Soft Centre Jemma Cole and Thorsten Hertog who give us a run-down on what the festival has in store for all.
Universalism is often a dangerous concept, but perhaps there’s something in the idea that shapes are a unit, something that we can construct a world of thought out of.
What makes two documentary artists leave Sydney for the frontlines of war time and time again, and how do they make art out of destruction?
On art galleries and how they appear digitally.
The beauty and surrender we feel through art might energise futures of nonviolent coexistence with nonhumans and their environments.
The exhibition at SCASS Backspace honours queer community and liberation, running until 30 June on Level 3 of Wentworth.
The winner of the 2022 Archibald Prize will be announced this Friday 13 May, with the exhibition opening to the public the following day.
Delving into the activist history of the Tin Sheds Gallery and the 1970s-80s art collectives of USyd.
Investigating the mysterious myriad of artworks at the University of Sydney and questioning who put them there.