My Sculpture Blog: Sharps #2

Welcome to the second installment in what I am calling the “Sharps” series. Like the name implies, this work (titled Sharps #2) has...

‘outsider art’ at MONA’s The Museum of Everything

Who is an artist and when does a fabricated object become art? The 200 individuals represented in The Museum...

Artists and architects think differently to everyone else – you only have to hear...

How often have you thought that somebody talks just like an accountant, or a lawyer, or a teacher? In...

Clay Stories is a triumphant display of contemporary Indigenous ceramics

The exuberant exhibition Clay Stories: Contemporary Indigenous Ceramics from Remote Australia is part of the 2017 Tarnanthi Festival of...

playing with light and returning to Earth, our finite world

Every day thousands of people play with Anish Kapoor’s Cloud Gate in Chicago’s Millennium Park. Affectionately nicknamed “the bean”...

Radical Inventor is a tribute to living, breathing works of art

“This is no ordinary painting – it is a living picture that moves!” So says one of the “For...

How we tracked down the only known sculpture of a WWI Indigenous soldier

Germany, 1918. Wünsdorf prisoner-of-war camp, not far from Berlin. An Australian Indigenous POW, Douglas Grant, sits as a model...

My Sculpture Blog: The DoT Pocket Sculpture

Introducing The DoT Pocket Sculpture. After my last post, which was admittedly a bit dense, I thought maybe a piece with a more off...

My Sculpture Blog: Sculptural Knife Vase

The Sculptural Knife Vase I have been teasing for many months that I have been working on a knife project.... What kind of knife project?......

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