||Bindi Cole, Wathaurong Mob (2008) from Not Really Aboriginal|
Bindi Cole “explores how black you need to look to be considered Aboriginal and how white Aboriginals cross the cultural divide...Ultimately a celebration of Aboriginality in all its forms.” Part of Next Wave at the Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne till July 5
||Alison Currie, 42a|
photo Edwin Comey
performer Alison Currie in 42a, an interactive installation-based work, part of a new triennially funded project to encourage independent artists to create works at the nexus of visual arts, new media and performance at Adelaide’s Experimental Art Foundation, June 26-July.
||Tamy Ben-Tor, The Dance of the Albino Rat|
courtesy of the artist and Zach Feuer Gallery, photo Zach Feuer Gallery
Biennale of Sydney artist Tamy Ben-Tor, The Dance of the Albino Rat, documentation of performance at Stux Gallery.
||Leonard and William|
photo Richard Kendall,
Richard Kendall's portrait of Leonard an William was one of 4 winners of the Head-on: Alternative Portraits prize at Australian Centre for Photography until June 7
RealTime issue #85 June-July 2008 pg. 2-3
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