REPRODUCTION

REPRODUCTION

JANINA GREEN ISBN: 978-0-6456947-4-1 Reproduction, in all its multiple and variegated meanings –whether of life or genderor images –has been at the heart of Janina Green’s practice for over 40 years.Here, old and new works collide and converse –many of them reconfigured, reimagined, rephotographed, slashed, atomised, painted over and revived –to make for a playful and intoxicating cascade of imagery. The images are accompanied by a personal and meditative text from Pippa Milne.     Janina Green: Reproduction Published by M.33, Melbourne Edit: Helen Frajman Book design: Yanni Florence Essay:…. → More details


DEATH OF AN IDEA

DEATH OF AN IDEA

PETER MILNE ISBN:  978-0-6456947-5-8 ‘Death of an Idea’ consists of a selection of the postcard sized photo collages shown earlier this year at Peter Milne’s acclaimed exhibition at One Star Gallery. Created by the artist initially as a warm up exercise for a larger project, each work is made with a combination of found material, recycled images from Milne’s own archive and a line of text cut out from the seminal, but now dated, art historic text ‘Civilization’ by Kenneth Clark. The result is surreal and unnerving, but as always with…. → More details


CRUISING FOR A BRUISING

CRUISING FOR A BRUISING

BY KYLE ARCHIE KNIGHT ISBN:   978-0-6456947-6-5 ‘Cruising for a Bruising’ is a camp love letter to the Australian Suburbs. Growing up queer in outer-metropolitan Naarm (Melbourne), Kyle Archie Knight found themselves drawn to explore the streets of their family neighbourhood. Their search for moments that capture the essence of suburbia results in a celebration of the surreal and the mundane, the humorous and the humdrum. Knight delves into family archives and reconnects with past memories of estrangement, finding humour and delight in what was once alienating and suffocating.     Kyle…. → More details


CANCELLED AND REMOVED

CANCELLED AND REMOVED

TAMMY LAW ISBN: 978-0-6456947-0-3 ‘Cancelled & Removed’ explores the stories of those affected by forced migration from Australia. The project was sparked by the artist’s own family experiences and is presented through a multilayered narrative, using delicate visual language in combination with a variety of texts including contributions from individuals who have been directly affected by Australia’s detention and deportation legislation, as well as essays from Law’s siblings, writers Benjamin Law and Michelle Law.     Tammy Law: Cancelled and Removed Published by M.33, Melbourne Book design: Haline Ly Text: Tammy Law,…. → More details