For over two decades Nyapanyapa Yunupiŋu has worked from the remote community of Yirrkala NT, creating significant paintings, drawings, sculptures and screen-based works. This exhibition charts the evolution of her practice.
Ann Thomson creates compelling works that are evocative of a passing moment or sense of place within the landscape. The vibrant dynamism that characterises her practice has been shaped by her movement across mediums and her travels.
A common thread in Jason Wing's practice is ‘the everyday battle that Aboriginal people fight living in this colonial institutional framework.’ This show features new and existing works from the ‘Captain James Cook’ series and ‘Battleground’ series of shields.
Heidi Yardley explores elusive worlds of displaced identity through representations of the female figure, often in surreal configurations pairing them with ‘broken’ still lives (fragmented florals and displaced objects).
3:33 Art Projects' new series of conversations ‘Living With Art’ brings you closer to artists with a personal take on their work, creativity and the art world. Today’s instalment highlights the practice of Fiona Lowry.