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Bindi Cole, Wathaurong Mob (2008) from Not Really Aboriginal

Bindi Cole, Wathaurong Mob (2008) from Not Really Aboriginal

Bindi Cole “explores how black you need to look to be considered Aboriginal and how white Aboriginals cross the cultural divide…Ultimately a celebration of Aboriginality in all its forms.” Part of Next Wave at the Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne till July 5
Alison Currie, 42a

Alison Currie, 42a

Alison Currie, 42a

performer Alison Currie in 42a, an interactive installation-based work, part of a new triennially funded project to encourage independent artists to create works at the nexus of visual arts, new media and performance at Adelaide’s Experimental Art Foundation, June 26-July.
Tamy Ben-Tor, The Dance of the Albino Rat

Tamy Ben-Tor, The Dance of the Albino Rat

Tamy Ben-Tor, The Dance of the Albino Rat

Biennale of Sydney artist Tamy Ben-Tor, The Dance of the Albino Rat, documentation of performance at Stux Gallery.
Leonard and William

Leonard and William

Leonard and William

Richard Kendall’s portrait of Leonard an William was one of 4 winners of the Head-on: Alternative Portraits prize at Australian Centre for Photography until June 7

RealTime issue #85 June-July 2008 pg. 2-3

1 June 2008