Q&A: Alternatives – Tomoko Hayashi (part 1)

TOMOKO HAYASHI is a creative practitioner working at the liminal juncture of art, science, design and technology. Yet her work avoids the techno-fetish of many such interdisciplinary ventures. For, while both new and traditional technologies are harnessed in her work, its true heart lies in the delicate evocation of intimacy between lovers parted by great … Continue reading

Pool Grant awarded

~ David Maurice Smith wins the 2013 Pool Grant CONGRATULATIONS! to David Maurice Smith, the winner of the 2013 Pool Grant. The award is made by the Pool Collective, a group of eminent Australian photographers who put their own money together to create an annual grant for an emerging photographer to allow them to make … Continue reading

Australian artist ‘Wows’ Danish Art Critic

“Wow, a word I never use. But when it comes to Magdalena Bors’ exhibition at Galleri Image, it seems just right.” …SO BEGINS Henrik Broch-Lips’ review of ‘The Art of Domestic Compulsion’, an exhibition curated by Alasdair Foster for Galleri Image in Aarhus, Denmark. Praising the artist’s “exceptional talent” he wrote “rarely have you seen … Continue reading

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