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Animations and Andrew

Still on holidays here, so I’ll serve up a little more video to help us all while away the time. First up, there’s a series of wonderful and varied stop-motion animations available now from PAW Media out of Yuendumu.  (PAW, … Continue reading

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Brook Andrew at the Biennale

I’ve always enjoyed and admired Brook Andrew‘s work. The way that it slides from slapstick humor to grim seriousness, sometimes in the same piece. But most certainly over the course of his career, Andrew has consistently surprised me as his neon … Continue reading

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Carnival of Ghostly Delights

Late in 2008, at the invitation of curator Georges Petitjean, Melbourne-based Wiradjuri artist Brook Andrew turned the entire exhibition space of the AAMU, Museum of Contemporary Aboriginal Art in Utrecht into an installation he called Theme Park. In what he described as the opposite of … Continue reading

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