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Insights into Contemporary Art

Su A Chae

Su A Chae, 2020

Su A Chae

The artist discusses the power of self-reflection, paradoxical spatial statements & multiple layered realities, and a lifelong interest in painting

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Senem Oezdogan

Senem Oezdogan

Senem Oezdogan

Oezdogan on using art as a place for focus, working around challenges, utilizing content and emotion & a process that incorporates a high level of previsualization.

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Kirsten Valentine

Kirsten Valentine at work, 2020

Kirsten Valentine

Valentine shares new work and works in progress focusing on healthcare workers.

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Dana Oldfather

Dana Oldfather in her studio, 2020

Dana Oldfather

Oldfather discusses growing in a family that embraced art, parenting challenges and expectations placed on women & a practice where final works often originate as drawings.

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Louise Tate

Louise Tate in her studio

Louise Tate

Tate discusses the impact of a deep exposure to art at an early stage, chasing creative dreams, managing multiple upcoming exhibitions & the influence of the bushfire crises on her creative output

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Adrian Kay Wong

Adrian Kay Wong in his studio, 2020

Adrian Kay Wong

The artist on discovering the process of making art, utilizing light as a unifying entity, and the importance of a prolonged relationship with work in progress.

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Jinyong Park

Jinyong Park

Jinyong Park on finding meaning as an artist, language identity, a practice which incorporates linguistic experience, & the process of translating abstract perceptions into imaginative hieroglyphs.

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Chris Williford

Chris Williford in his studio, 2019

Chris Williford

Chris Williford speaks on the anxieties & consequences of glamour, a practice centered around the transformation of unwanted materials into images & finding inspiration as a material-based artist

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Alyssa Kaboskey

Alyssa Kaboskey

Alyssa Kaboskey

The artist on finding inspiration in antique floral bouquets, miniatures & elements of the horror genre

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Rachel Mica Weiss

Rachel Mica Weiss

Rachel Mica Weiss on site specificity, the ephemerality and fragility of the natural world & a deep, broad practice spanning diverse methods & materials.

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