Eavesdropping and State of the Union These two shows at the Ian Potter Museum delve back through the centuries but find a strong contemporary relevance. Protests have always made use of urgent an
'Just as museums of Europe must now be littered with Neo-Expressionist "monstrosities", so too might there be in ten years' time a little patch of Grunge, fouling up the air in the back lots of public
Neverwhere brings together the work of eight contemporary Australian artists to disturb distinctions between our real and imagined selves, between authentic and fantastical scenarios. Works in this exhibition perform and postulate identity however narratives are largely informed by external - often mysterious - forces, both seen and unseen. The...
We are warned by Amanda Rowell, in the text that accompanied 'Indoor Gardens', the exhibition of Kathy Temin's latest works, that here 'the animal qualities show themselves. Minimalism is combined wit