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  • Addiction of Choice

    Ben Aitkens takes no prisoners.

  • Stephen Haley: The Future Photos

    Science Fiction, from H.G. Wells’ Time Machine to William Gibson’s Sprawl Trilogy, is awash with technologies gone awry, usually with startling and dystopian results. Such was certainly the case when Melbourne-based artist Stephen Haley embraced a new image-manipulation software called photogrammetry.

  • Sansom Agonistes

    Gareth Sansom has made the art of montage into a life-long gesamtkunstwerk.

  • Growing Up: Ronnie Van Hout’s Tumultuous Year

    There can be little doubt that it is a momentous year for Ronnie van Hout.

  • Alchemy and Anarchy in Silk

    If Doble knows paint and Strong knows technology and photography, it is Behruz Aligorgi who knows silk and wool.

  • Thou Shalt Not Clone

    The surgeons go to work with delicate care, rubber gloves correctly adorned.

  • The Rapture: Doble & Strong

    While retaining a tight and beautiful aesthetic, the new work takes on a more hallucinogenic glow, the suggestion of an internal, rather than external, transmogrification.

  • Peter Walsh 1958 – 2009

    “The Light That Burns Twice As Bright Burns For Half As Long.” – Blade Runner.

  • Heidi Yardley: The Aesthetic of Nostalgia

    There is always something of an irony when an artist who has been quietly fermenting a specific style suddenly finds themselves as part of a broader ‘movement.’

  • Adam Cullen’s Ghosts

    There are ghosts aplenty on these walls.