NS Harsha and Tiffany Chung Ocula Conversation NS Harsha and Tiffany Chung By Natalie King, Melbourne

Prior to the ensuing conversation, Harsha and Chung presented a précis of their work with Chung performing an excerpt of her scripted lecture performance, for which she poetically narrates her family history of displacement fused with historical events and personal moments.

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Biennale of Sydney: Equilibrium & Engagement Ocula Feature Biennale of Sydney: Equilibrium & Engagement By Tess Maunder, Sydney

Instead of the 'East' versus 'West' binary, Kataoka interrogates multiple histories that dance together.

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Anya Gallaccio Ocula Conversation Anya Gallaccio By Lola Pinder and Alexie Glass-Kantor, Sydney

Anya Gallaccio's practice is characterised by the twin notions of control and transition and, in particular, how each can be implemented and represented. Her approach often involves setting in motion

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Rayyane Tabet Ocula Conversation Rayyane Tabet By Reema Salha Fadda, Sydney

Beirut-based artist [Rayyane Tabet][0]'s practice exists at the intersection of storytelling, sculpture and architecture. Here, the physical material—be it found architectural objects or material draw

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Michael Stevenson Ocula Conversation Michael Stevenson By Anna Parlane

At the centre of [Michael Stevenson][0]'s art practice is a sustained investigation into objects that give form and physical expression to broad ideological, economic and political forces. The New Zea

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Michaël Borremans Ocula Conversation Michaël Borremans By Diana d’Arenberg, Hong Kong

Embarking on a career as a painter relatively late, at the age of 33, Belgian artist [Michaël Borremans][0] initially trained as a draughtsman and engraver at Saint Lucas in Ghent. On the occasion of

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Brook Andrew Ocula Conversation Brook Andrew By Susan Acret, Sydney

Australian artist [Brook Andrew][0]'s practice often finds inspiration in institutional archives, but his intentions go beyond the archaeological: he is not primarily interested in discovering or docu

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21st Biennale of Sydney Ocula Photolog 21st Biennale of Sydney

The 21st Biennale of Sydney (16 March-11 June 2018) is titled 'SUPERPOSITION: Equilibrium and Engagement' and examines the state of 'superposition' by exploring how it might operate in the world today.

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Akira Takayama Ocula Conversation Akira Takayama By Mikala Tai, Sydney

There is something deeply evocative about the work of Akira Takayama. His endless fascination with the fabric of society, the creation of culture and the ebb and flow of communities drives a multi-

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Mami Kataoka Ocula Conversation Mami Kataoka By Susan Acret, Sydney

I feel one needs to ask, what role can a biennale have in 2018?

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