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Sighting References
Ciphers, Systems and Codes in Recent Australian Visual Art

Very scarce Australian catalogue published on the occasion of the great exhibition “Sighting References: Ciphers, Systems and Codes in Recent Australian Visual Art” held in 1987 as a collaborative venture between Artspace Sydney and the Art Gallery of NSW and curated by Gary Sangster. This exhibition presents ‘a range of sites of art production and reception’, addressing the exhibition as a discursive and creative conjunction of (written and visual) information. Features the work of Juan Davila, Julie Brown-Rrap, Maria Kozic, Tim Johnson, Richard Dunn, Peter Tyndall, alongside essays by Elizabeth Grosz, Michael Carter, Ross Gibson, Meaghan Morris.

* Condition: Very Good (tight, clean copy throughout, light wear to cover) – All care is taken to provide accurate condition details of used books, photos available on request.

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Sighting References (1987)
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Imagination and Metonomy
Lindy Lee / John Nixon

 

Catalogue for the exhibition John Nixon and Lindy Lee, Artspace Sydney.

John Nixon is an Australian artist born in 1949, his Experimental Painting Workshop EPW – founded in 1990 – is not a physical workshop but an intellectual as well as a practical visual investigation into non-representational painting.

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Imagination and Metonomy - Lindy Lee John Nixon
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Bruce Barber
Work 1970 - 2008

Bruce Barber: Work 1970 – 2008

Developing out of major survey exhibitions at Artspace Visual Arts Centre (Australia) and Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts (New Zealand), this book surveys almost four decades of work by Canada-based artist Bruce Barber. Ranging across performance, installation, film, video and photography, Barber’s practice has long been consistently situational and propositional, resulting in works that engage and question social and political regimes of power. Edited by Stephen Cleland and Blair French, this book features extensive documentation of Barber’s work between 1970 and 2008 along with contributions by Bruce Barber, Christina Barton, Brad Buckley, Emma Bugden, Mark A. Cheetham, Alex Gawronski, Marc James Léger and Laura Preston.

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Bruce Barber: Work 1970 - 2008
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Rose Nolan
Why Do We Do The Things We Do

Published on the occasion of the exhibitions “Rose Nolan: Why Do We Do The Things We Do” at Artspace Visual Arts Centre, Sydney, 9 May – 7 June 2008, and Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, 28 June – 16 August 2008

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Rose Nolan: Why Do We Do The Things We Do
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