– Artist and curator Interviews
MCA Artist in Residence Benjamin Forster
MCA Chief Curator and curator of War is Over! (if you want it): Yoko Ono, talks about the first major survey in Australia of works by Yoko Ono, once described by her late husband John Lennon as the world’s ‘most famous unknown artist’.
MCA Artist in Residence Benjamin Forster attempts to define drawing in his fourth blog post.
MCA Artist in Residence Benjamin Forster discusses an interlude in his project at the MCA in his third blog post.
MCA C3 West Curator Anne Loxley talks to artist David Capra about Western Sydney.
MCA Artist in Residence Benjamin Forster discusses the development of his project at the MCA in his second blog post.
MCA Artist in Residence Benjamin Forster outlines his project at the MCA and his influences in his first blog post.
Artist Garry Trinh talks about his new project for C3West, recently launched in Western Sydney Parklands.
The artist dicussed her works in the show.
The artist dicussed his works in the show.
Ken Whisson interprets a passage from The Palm-Wine Drinkard
MCA Touring Exhibitions and Projects Manager Karen Hall discusses Almanac: The Gift of Ann Lewis AO currently on show at its final venue, Newcastle Art Gallery.
MCA Curatorial Assistant Kelly McDonald discusses Claire Healy and Sean Cordeiro’s Par Avion featured in their upcoming MCA exhibition.
MCA Curatorial Assistant Kelly McDonald gives the latest on Lee Mingwei’s The Mending Project
Bennett Miller discusses Dachshund U.N., part of Local Positioning Systems curated by Performance Space.
Jason Maling discusses his Physician performance, part of Local Positioning Systems curated by Performance Space.
Julie-Anne Long talks about her recent Val, The Invisible performance ahead of this Thursday’s This is not a Lecture Theatre talk at the MCA.
Scottish artist Katie Paterson talks about her works in Marking Time.
UK-based collaborative Walker & Bromwich discuss Celestial Radio.
Senior Curator Rachel Kent shares her experiences of Christian Marclay’s 24-hour video, which will be at the MCA from 29 March – 3 June.
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer in conversation with the MCA’s Keir Winesmith.