MeMO: Grant Stevens, ‘Fawn in the Forest’

MeMO: Grant Stevens, ‘Fawn in the Forest’

Reviewing Grant Stevens’ Fawn In The Forest Phillip Brophy writes: I’m writing this while Fawn In The Forest “plays” on my second screen. Or is it “happening”? Maybe it’s “running”. It just keeps going, as if its status as image is somehow in motion, fluid,...
Art Guide: ‘This Brittle Light’

Art Guide: ‘This Brittle Light’

In a recent review of Buxton Contemporary’s current exhibition This Brittle Light in Art Guide Giselle Au-Nhien Nguyen writes: “I feel moved by What Goes Around, a video work by father and son Hossein and Nassiem Valamanesh, which animates a previously...
The Saturday Paper: Xenogenesis

The Saturday Paper: Xenogenesis

Andy Butler writes in The Saturday Age about Buxton Contemporary’s current exhibition, The Otolith Group: Xenogenesis, The Otolith Group give us tools to understand our world as a phenomenon embedded in flows of history, time, politics, culture and the...
The Age Review: The Otolith Group, Xenogenesis

The Age Review: The Otolith Group, Xenogenesis

Buxton Contemporary’s current exhibition, The Otolith Group: Xenogenesis, has been featured in a round-up of ‘the best of gallery offerings’. Tiarney Miekus writes in The Age article, The most captivating video, Sovereign Sisters, 2014, appears as a...
ABC The Mix: Laresa Kosloff, Radical Acts 2020

ABC The Mix: Laresa Kosloff, Radical Acts 2020

Laresa Kosloff’s short film Radical Acts was featured on ABC program ‘The Mix’. The episode of the program includes an interview and discussion with the artist about the work and is available to stream now on ABC iview. Radical Acts was created as...
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