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Is painting a critique of a disembodied, fractured view of the world? Is painting a symptom of a nostalgic, even regressive approach that yearns for painting as an ‘act’ or ‘pure presence’?
The recent resurgence of interest among artists in painting has elicited a giddy response that is often situated against the 1990s infatuation with installation art, object making, photography and multimedia practices.
This exhibition explores new models and behaviours in contemporary Australian painting. Posing questions about what painting can offer us today, the exhibition proposes that painting is 'an attitude as well as a medium, whose conditions are dynamic and can have the potential to be unique'.
Due to an exhibition installation the Sister Corita film works; 'Alleluia: The Life and Art of Corita Kent: The ‘60s 1967' by Thomas Conrad and 'Mary’s Day 1965 1965' by Baylis Glascock are no longer showing. We apologise for any inconvenience.
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