Through the creation of her hybrid animals and plants, with their skewed sense of scale and environment - a sort of 'nature on acid' - Rothwell's works interrogate the relationships between humans and the natural environment.Read More
Says Curator Clare Lewis, 'Rothwell devises fantastical species and ambiguous narratives which mimic the naïve exuberance of Disney, with a toxic edge...'
Jo Higgins, Caroline Rothwell, Australian Art Collector, Issue 43, January - March 2008.
Text courtesy Tolarno Galleries.
The Afghan-American artist and filmmaker acknowledged she was feeling 'pretty burned out' but still suggested a number of concrete steps people can take to make a difference.
The National 2021: New Australian Art makes inroads in addressing representation, equality, and understanding.
Caroline Rothwell investigates the relationships between humanity, the botanical, and the industrial.
There’s no question, art fairs these days attract a lot of focus. But it’s also fascinating the way they can ignite a city and become a focal point for all sorts of art activity. Th
Four artists have been granted up to $50,000 to create artworks to enliven people's experience of the CBD during the Sydney Festival and in time for the post-lockdown return of workers.
We celebrate the middle of August with a collection of unique and thought-provoking shows. In Melbourne, Tolarno Galleries and artist Caroline Rothwell offer a refreshing approach to that most enduring of questions: what is the relationship between nature and man? In a similar vein, Mongolian artist Xiao Yu considers the same topic, turning his...
She stands in George Street in the city wearing a hoodie and cartwheels along the banks of the Parramatta River in Rhodes. But Caroline Rothwell's 12-year-old daughter Sylvia will soon claim even more valuable real estate with the unveiling of her mother's sculpture Composer later this year. The six-metre high sculpture of a...