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by jraffan
posted 29/06/2015

See You at the Barricades – Art, Politics and Nostalgia

Arts Monday’s Jane Raffan talks in-depth with Macushla Robinson, Assistant Curator of Contemporary International Art at the AGNSW about the exhibition See You at the Barricades.

The exhibition explores the nexus between protest art and art-as-critique, as well as the emergence of a ‘dissident aesthetic’ in contemporary art, asking us to consider whether “contemporary art remains in itself a form of dissent, or whether it’s become a form of nostalgia that valorises the past.”

Interview I

Interview II

Interview III

More on the exhibition here: http://www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/exhibitions/see-you-at-the-barricades/

Related talks: http://www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/calendar/celebrity-talk-quiet-riot/

Arts Monday Program Blog: http://eastsidefm.org/arts-monday-see-you-at-the-barricades/










Image caption: Image caption: Marco Fusinato. Double Infinitive 5 2009, from the series Double infintives. UV halftone ink on aluminium, 250 x 500 cm. Art Gallery of New South Wales. Contemporary Collection Benefactors 2013. © Marco Fusinato, courtesy the artist and Anna Schwartz Gallery. Photo: Christopher Snee.