Art Journal Vol. 77, no. 3 Fall 2018Sarah Hamill Surface Matters: Erin Shirreff ’s Videos and the Photography of SculptureMara Pogolvsky Ezcurra Beyond Evil: Politics, Ethics, and Religion in León Ferrari’s Illustrated Nunca másGail Hastings The Power of Inclusion in Donald Judd’s Art: Observations by an ArtistGail Hastings Artist’s Project: Space Practising ToolsSamantha A. Noel Envisioning New Worlds: The […]
When the night has comeAnd the land is darkAnd the moon is the only light we’ll seeNo I won’t be afraid, no I won’t be afraidJust as long as you stand, stand by me So darlin’, darlin’, stand by me, oh stand by meOh stand by me, stand by me If the sky that we […]
Connie Anthes, Gemma Avery, Richard Bell, Vivienne Binns OAM, Vincente Butron, Consuelo Cavaniglia, Megan Cope, Renee Cosgrave, Melissa Deerson, Richard Dunn, Hayley Megan French, Kath Fries, Sarah Goffman, Agatha Gothe-Snape, Gail Hastings, Tim Johnson, Mason Kimber, Lucina Lane, Lindy Lee, Stephen Little, Dan McCabe, Adrain McDonald, Aodhan Madden, Hilarie Mais, Jonny Niesche, John Nixon, Rose […]
The prize exhibition will be held at the National Art School Gallery in Sydney from 15 March until 12 May 2018. Nike Savvas writes, ‘I have selected artists whose practices evidence discriminating, uncompromising and highly individualist approaches to art making. In a cultural climate beset by hype, hits, corporatisation and swinging social agency, the next iteration […]
The judges write that this ‘publication pushes the format of Artist book the most, and is engaged with it’s format. As one of the few projects not heavily engaged with research as a format, it is important. It is good that art can step outside of a retrospective mode, and this does that engaging with […]
Against this disappointing backdrop of ‘almost no discussion of space in art’, Donald Judd singles out Michael Benedikt’s discussion of Louis Kahn’s Kimbell as an exception. It is, therefore, a tremendous honour to have Michael Benedikt write an historical essay on the space of Donald Judd’s art for Space Practising Tools. Space Practising Tools is […]
The Space Practising Tools project has grown. The sudden departure of art historian Adrian Kohn from its, as yet, unpublished pages has brought it to a point of reform. We therefore thank Adrian Kohn for all his time and support that he gave to the project. As a Donald Judd expert keen to expand present […]
We are happy to announce that Gail Hastings’ studio is a current recipient of an Australia Council for the Arts grant for the project Space Practising Tools. The Space Practising Tools project is a studio based experimental study of three-dimensional space from which Gail Hastings will make a number of new works called ‘Space Practising […]
Gail Hastings‘ page 28 from ‘Encyclopaedia of Time in Art: pp. 28–30’ graces the cover of the upcoming Architecture Bulletin – The room issue, Autumn 2017, available in mid-March. Andrew Nimmo has written an introduction to the issue that in part reads: The Autumn issue of Architecture Bulletin explores what the room means to a cross section of […]
A new website for Gail Hastings’ studio is now up and running. Previous pages and information may be missing as data is still being entered.
Wouter Davidts reviews The Missing Space Project: Six Interviews in De Witte Raaf (volume 30, issue 178 (November–December 2015), p.25). Read review. De Witte Raaf is a journal of critical essays and reviews on visual art published in the Netherlands. Wouter Davidts is a Belgian academic based in Antwerp, who teaches in the Department of Architecture & Urban Planning and the […]
The Missing Space Project: Six Interviews was released today on iBooks. Most regard phenomenological space made popular in the 1960s as the only type of space introduced by Minimal art. Few are aware of an alternate self-determined space made by the art, itself, that is a concrete, material space. An account of this space is missing. The six interviews of […]
The National Library of Australia‘s listing for The Missing Space Project: Six Interviews can be found at Trove.
Let me first describe how I met you. One of the homeless at St. Canice’s had taken up daily station outside my window where I sat to write my PhD, smoking while watching from just a couple of metres as though I were a TV. Unable to work, I one day asked if he might sit […]