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 ghostly hologram of women in flight around a rotating orb: it’s a hauntingly ambivalent scene of global connection. Installed with a sci-fi aesthetic, the exhibition’s underlying premise feels like the strongest point: in an alienating world, the only tenable position for introspection is the alien itself.
Image: Installation view, The Otolith Group: , Buxton Contemporary, The University of Melbourne 2020, with 2014 (detail), Courtesy of the Otolith Group, © the artists, photography Christian Capurro
‘TarraWarra Biennial 2021: Slow Moving Waters’, TarraWarra Museum of Art, open till 11 July 2021
Buxton Contemporary Collection artists Daniel Crooks and Raquel Ormella have each been commissioned to create new work for the TarraWarra Biennial 2021: Slow Moving Waters. Curated by Nina Miall, the exhibition responds to two related cues: the idea of...
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,...