Laresa Kosloff, Radical Acts – The Age REVIEW
Robert Nelson (The Age) reviews Radical Acts, a new work by Laresa Kosloff created as part of Buxton Contemporary’s Light Source Commissions, 2020. Nelson writes,
“Laresa Kosloff has created a thoroughly mischievous film. It begins, documentary style, with the earnest proposition that our planet faces ecological catastrophe through climate change… Kosloff exhorts us to take the cue from lockdown: the radical act of immobility is not just needed to stop the spread of a virus but to protect the planet from imminent perdition.”
Image: Detail of Radical Acts 2020, Laresa Kosloff
‘The Subtle Knife’ by Daniel Crooks is screened at Times Square, New York, as a part of the Asia Society Triennial
A multichannel video work The Subtle Knife by Buxton Contemporary Collection artist Daniel Crooks is showing across multiple screens in Times Square, New York, throughout January as a part of the Asia Society Triennial ‘We Do Not Dream Alone’ program realised in...
There is still time to see the exhibition by Buxton Contemporary Collection artist David Noonan at Art Gallery of Ballarat — now extended until 31st of January 2021. Stagecraft brings together silkscreen collages on fabric, tapestries and film created by the...