“The accessibility and flexibility of printmaking Salas demonstrates in her work is deeply appealing. After all, these are traits that can be easily forgotten in certain tracts of the field. For the painter, print processes provide discipline and an order of operation–all welcome boundaries to push within. At every point, Salas’ careful and calculated image […]

Alison Alder phoned me out of the blue last winter, and asked if I’d write a profile on her practice for UK-based magazine Printmaking Today. The fact that of all the writers in the world she’d called me is completely telling of her generous approach to creative collaboration, and hell, probably even life in general. […]

Ahh. An old building is ripe for the taking in Canberra and everybody wants it. In this case at least ‘the arts’ got a look in from the outset, in line with the ACT Government’s dream that the Kingston foreshore should magically become an ‘arts precinct’. (Sarcastic? Me?) Many of you will know that particular […]