Signwriter Will Lynes used traditional signwriting techniques to free-hand paint the text ‘Everything Else’ on this 17-metre long wall painting. Will muses on the emotive quality of typography and how he works.
Encounter Agatha Gothe-Snape in a slideshow with images and class discussion ideas. View the Encounter directly in the browser or download the PowerPoint or PDF versions. Teacher's notes are also available.
Encounter the artists and themes from the exhibition Being Tiwi. This Encounter will introduce you to the Tiwi Islands and explore ideas through the themes: the Tiwi Islands, all one: art & culture, new ways/old ways, and individuality.
Encounter the artist Rebecca Baumann. Utilising key examples of her work along with inquiry based questions, this Encounter is designed to provoke class discussion and explores major themes in Rebecca Baumann's practice.
Rebecca Bauman’s kinetic sculpture, 'Automated Colour Field' (2011), considers relationships between colour and emotion. This activity investigates these relationships by exploring personal connections and responses to colour.
A(VOID) Laughing (2015-16) is an example of the many ways Aleks Danko plays with language, image and meaning. Get silly with this series of quick experiments and test the limits of language through laughter!
Through his artwork, Aleks Danko asks us to reassess our social systems. Join him in questioning our democratic systems by creating an artwork of a house (another of Aleks Danko’s motifs using rules generated from a vote.
Growing up in two cultures, Aleks Danko’s obsession with language includes exploring translation, particularly across cultures. Explore strange idioms from around the world and use them to create a series of posters.
Encounter the artist Aleks Danko. Utilising key examples of his work along with inquiry based questions, this Encounter is designed to provoke class discussion and explores major themes in Aleks Danko's practice.
Consider how we view images of nature or landscape through the lens of technology; contemplating the different ways visual technology may shape the way we understand, perceive, and feel about the environment.
Led by inquiries into the works of participating artists and the curator's practice, this Encounter is designed to provoke class discussion and offers an entry point to the suite of resources available.