May 2012 Issue 249

1 Sally Gabori: feeling the landscape: JOHN McPHEE   Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda Sally Gabori,  Nyinyilki , 2009, synthetic polymer on canvas, 198 x 610cm. Collection: National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; showing in unDisclosed , the NGA’s 2nd National Indigenous Art Triennial, 11 May to 22 July 2012. © the artist and Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne

1 Sally Gabori: feeling the landscape: JOHN McPHEE

Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda Sally Gabori, Nyinyilki, 2009, synthetic polymer on canvas, 198 x 610cm. Collection: National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; showing inunDisclosed, the NGA’s 2nd National Indigenous Art Triennial, 11 May to 22 July 2012. © the artist and Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne

2 Afterglow: Jayne Dyer's City of Dreams: MAURICE O'RIORDAN   Jayne Dyer,  City of Dreams  (detail), 2012, card, plaster, thread, plastic, dimensions   image courtesy the artist and China Art Projects, Beijing/Hong Kong; photo by Jayne Dyer

2 Afterglow: Jayne Dyer's City of Dreams: MAURICE O'RIORDAN

Jayne Dyer, City of Dreams (detail), 2012, card, plaster, thread, plastic, dimensions image courtesy the artist and China Art Projects, Beijing/Hong Kong; photo by Jayne Dyer

3 What you own... Three Realms: Gonkar Gyatso, LOUISE MARTIN-CHEW,  Brisbane    Gonkar Gyatso,  Yo you! Protect your airway , 2008, stickers and pencil on treated paper with toy cars, 154 x 124 cm. Collection: Fabio Rossi and Elaine W Ng, Hong Kong

3 What you own... Three Realms: Gonkar Gyatso, LOUISE MARTIN-CHEW, Brisbane

Gonkar Gyatso, Yo you! Protect your airway, 2008, stickers and pencil on treated paper with toy cars, 154 x 124 cm. Collection: Fabio Rossi and Elaine W Ng, Hong Kong

4 Deadly: In-Between Heaven and Hell: CHRISTINE JUDITH NICHOLLS   Tjanpi Desert Weavers(l-r: Yaritji Young, Ilawanti Ungkutjuru Ken, Nyurpaya Kaika, Paniny Mick, Tjungkaya Tapaya, Naomi Kantjuriny), Paarpakani  (Take flight), 2011,  installation detail, raffia, minnarri grass, buffel grass, yarn , string, poly-raffia, polyester fibre, second-hand fabric, bus h turkey and emu feathers, twigs and branches, sheep/camel wool, leather, wire, fake flowers, plastic rake; largest 125 x 40 x 220cm. Image courtesy the artists, Tjanpi Desert Weavers, NPY Women’s Council; photo by Mick Bradley

4 Deadly: In-Between Heaven and Hell: CHRISTINE JUDITH NICHOLLS

Tjanpi Desert Weavers(l-r: Yaritji Young, Ilawanti Ungkutjuru Ken, Nyurpaya Kaika, Paniny Mick, Tjungkaya Tapaya, Naomi Kantjuriny), Paarpakani (Take flight), 2011, installation detail, raffia, minnarri grass, buffel grass, yarn , string, poly-raffia, polyester fibre, second-hand fabric, bus h turkey and emu feathers, twigs and branches, sheep/camel wool, leather, wire, fake flowers, plastic rake; largest 125 x 40 x 220cm. Image courtesy the artists, Tjanpi Desert Weavers, NPY Women’s Council; photo by Mick Bradley

5 FotoFreo 2012: DAVID CORBET   Eric Bridgeman,  I want to break free , 2011. Image courtesy the artist

5 FotoFreo 2012: DAVID CORBET

Eric Bridgeman, I want to break free, 2011. Image courtesy the artist

6 Aboriginality, Masculinity & Vanity: EVE SULLIVAN   Christian Thompson,  In Search of the International Look , 2006, C-type print, 190 x 127cm. Image courtesy the artist and Gallery Gabrielle Pizzi, Melbourne

6 Aboriginality, Masculinity & Vanity: EVE SULLIVAN

Christian Thompson, In Search of the International Look, 2006, C-type print, 190 x 127cm. Image courtesy the artist and Gallery Gabrielle Pizzi, Melbourne

7 Flowers around alters: Frank's Flat, Maitland Regional Art Gallery: UNA REY   Richard Larter,  Frank Watters , 2002, acrylic on canvas, 51 x 41cm.Image courtesy the artist and Frank Watters

7 Flowers around alters: Frank's Flat, Maitland Regional Art Gallery: UNA REY

Richard Larter, Frank Watters, 2002, acrylic on canvas, 51 x 41cm.Image courtesy the artist and Frank Watters

8 Displacement/Replacement: Indigenous women's art from desert to city: ANGELA PHILP   Tjampawa Katie Kawiny,  Kapi Tjukula , 2010, acrylic on linen, 101.5 x 101.5 cm. Collection: Sims-Dickson Collection. Image courtesy the artist and Tjala Arts, Amata, SA

8 Displacement/Replacement: Indigenous women's art from desert to city: ANGELA PHILP

Tjampawa Katie Kawiny, Kapi Tjukula, 2010, acrylic on linen, 101.5 x 101.5 cm. Collection: Sims-Dickson Collection. Image courtesy the artist and Tjala Arts, Amata, SA

9 Floating Land/Water Culture: DANNI ZUVELA    Hidden Land  performance, dir. Jeremy Neideck; image courtesy the artist; photo by Deb Halls

9 Floating Land/Water Culture: DANNI ZUVELA

Hidden Land performance, dir. Jeremy Neideck; image courtesy the artist; photo by Deb Halls

10 Obituary: Dick Bett 1947 – 2011: Seán Kelly    11 Wander in wonderment: Walter Benjamin Archives, JOHN CONOMOS,  Paris

10 Obituary: Dick Bett 1947 – 2011: Seán Kelly

11 Wander in wonderment: Walter Benjamin Archives, JOHN CONOMOS, Paris

12 New Frontier 2012: Future Normal: CHRISTINE WESTWOOD   Ho Tzu Nyen (director), still image, from  The Cloud of Unknowing , 2011

12 New Frontier 2012: Future Normal: CHRISTINE WESTWOOD

Ho Tzu Nyen (director), still image, from The Cloud of Unknowing, 2011

13 Clothing, space, art: the 2012 L’Oréal Melbourne Fashion Festival: PAOLA DI TROCCHIO   Alpha60s’ runway parade, staged in St Paul’s cathedral lanew ay, Melbourne, as part of the 2012 LMFF; image courtesy Alpha60, Melbourne

13 Clothing, space, art: the 2012 L’Oréal Melbourne Fashion Festival: PAOLA DI TROCCHIO

Alpha60s’ runway parade, staged in St Paul’s cathedral lanew ay, Melbourne, as part of the 2012 LMFF; image courtesy Alpha60, Melbourne