Issue 189 May 2006

1 Crescent moon: Islamic art and civilisation in Southeast Asia JOHN CLARK Kelantan, Malaysia, Qur’an, c. 1900, European paper, pigment, gold leaf, ink. Collection of the Natural History Museum, Kuala Lumpur.

1 Crescent moon: Islamic art and civilisation in Southeast Asia JOHN CLARK

Kelantan, Malaysia, Qur’an, c. 1900, European paper, pigment, gold leaf, ink. Collection of the Natural History Museum, Kuala Lumpur.

2 A person of the plain surface Joseph Lycett: Convict artist Joseph Lycett, View on the River Tamar, and part of the Asbestos Hills, Van Diemen’s Land, from Views in Australia, 1825, etching and aquatint, printed in black from a copper plate, hand coloured. Petherick Collection, National Library of Australia, Canberra.

2 A person of the plain surface Joseph Lycett: Convict artist

Joseph Lycett, View on the River Tamar, and part of the Asbestos Hills, Van Diemen’s Land, from Views in Australia, 1825, etching and aquatint, printed in black from a copper plate, hand coloured. Petherick Collection, National Library of Australia, Canberra.

3 Connectivity and the moving image Adelaide Bank Festival of Arts 2006 TERRI HOSKIN Chico MacMurtrie & Amorphic Robot Works, Inflatable bodies, 2006, installation view at the Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide. Photo Duke Albada.

3 Connectivity and the moving image Adelaide Bank Festival of Arts 2006 TERRI HOSKIN

Chico MacMurtrie & Amorphic Robot Works, Inflatable bodies, 2006, installation view at the Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide. Photo Duke Albada.

4 Colliding worlds at Tandanya 13 canoes at the South Australian Museum SUSAN JENKINS Goose egg hunters poling themselves through the Arafura Swamp, April 1937. Photo DF Thomson. Courtesy of Mrs DM Thomson.

4 Colliding worlds at Tandanya 13 canoes at the South Australian Museum SUSAN JENKINS

Goose egg hunters poling themselves through the Arafura Swamp, April 1937. Photo DF Thomson. Courtesy of Mrs DM Thomson.

5 Just a feeling: BRENT HARRIS Brent Harris, He washed away my sins, 2004, oil on canvas. Collection of Robin Greer, Brisbane.

5 Just a feeling: BRENT HARRIS

Brent Harris, He washed away my sins, 2004, oil on canvas. Collection of Robin Greer, Brisbane.

6 Shapes of inhabitation: Painting in the expanded field MARK TITMARSH Installation view of Richard Dunn’s Shadowzone, Artspace, Sydney, 2005. Courtesy of Artspace.

6 Shapes of inhabitation: Painting in the expanded field MARK TITMARSH

Installation view of Richard Dunn’s Shadowzone, Artspace, Sydney, 2005. Courtesy of Artspace.

7 Art and psychoanalysis: Discourse, knowledge and praxis ELIZABETH NEWMAN A revised version of a paper presented at the Psychoanalysis and Creativity Workshop of the Australian Centre of Psychoalysis held in Adelaide in March 2006  

7 Art and psychoanalysis: Discourse, knowledge and praxis ELIZABETH NEWMAN

A revised version of a paper presented at the Psychoanalysis and Creativity Workshop of the Australian Centre of Psychoalysis held in Adelaide in March 2006
 

8 Letters to the Editor Pay artists and play the game The artist, the academic, the flag and neo-liberalism In response: On looking at looking: The art and politics of Ian Burn In response: David Pestorius and the Paul Maenz Archive

8 Letters to the Editor

Pay artists and play the game

The artist, the academic, the flag and neo-liberalism

In response: On looking at looking: The art and politics of Ian Burn

In response: David Pestorius and the Paul Maenz Archive