This time last week I braved the bitter cold to check out Pin – Wonderwall at ANCA. I was not alone. In fact I don’t think I’ve ever seen that little place so crammed and going off. It might have had something to do with there being 70 artists in the show, all of them from […]

Lucy Quinn, Bettina Hill and Benjamin Forster make a formidable, multi-talented trio. To kick off 2010 the three have forgone a flashy parading of new work in favour of a collaborative effort that is less about endings and outcomes than about examining the act of making. Connected presents the spoils of a series of kitchen-table […]

I’m putting together a teeny tiny show for the QCP in Brisbane, beginning late September. Here’s a bit about it… Achromatism – Recent Video Work from the ACT Benjamin Forster, Taree Mackenzie and Lucy Quinn are three emerging video artists currently based in Canberra. The works collated for Achromatism share the fact that each is […]

For reasons unbeknownst to me I often struggle with video art, finding myself reluctant to invest the concentration that is often required to engage properly with such works. Because of this, I was completely thrown by how strongly I was drawn to an installation I saw at M16 Artspace by Lucy Quinn, and have hardly […]