In this episode we discuss the challenges of recreating art experiences for an audience in isolation. Also, an extensive catalogue of Brett Whiteley's work hits the shelves, while other exhibitions pivot to recognise the impact of COVID-19.
Index of interviews:
1.45: Giselle Stanborough's Cinopticon at Carriageworks is re-imagined for an online audience. But how does an artist rethink the work when their installation is physically inaccessible to the public? Giselle shares her method of coping and remaining inspired.
24.15: Kathie Sutherland's catalogue of Brett Whiteley's work is a seven volume raisonné eight years in the making. After being pre-occupied for so long, Kathie discusses the extensive nature of the catalogue, and how the book is never closed on an artist's work.
41.55: Ballarat Foto Biennale now includes #MassIsolationAUS, calling for photographic observations of life in Australia under COVID-19 isolation. Amelia Saward discusses the types of work being received, and how Australians will remember this time through the lens of both professional and everyday photographers.