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  • Olga Cironis, Echo, 2021, still from single-channel digital video with sound, duration 3:55 min, ed. 1/5, courtesy the artist and Art Collective WA. This project has been made possible with the support of the Minderoo Foundation. A young woman stands in a desert setting, framed by a blue sky. She wears a dress with puffed sleeves and a full skirt, made of camouflage fabric. She also wears a string of pearls. She gazes beyond the camera. The disruption and solace of Olga Cironis
    Reviews

    The disruption and solace of Olga Cironis

    14 April 2021

    Woven together with various threads, including human hair, ‘Dislocation’ is an appropriate title for a survey of the works of local artist Olga Cironis, discovers Miranda Johnson.

    Reading time • 5 minutesPerth Festival
  • Photo: Anthony Tran Cream of the crop 2020
    Features

    Cream of the crop 2020

    9 December 2020

    It feels more important than ever to celebrate the arts in 2020. And so, in spite of the challenges faced by the arts community this year, we are thrilled to bring you Seesaw’s annual ‘Cream of the Crop’ round-up, in which we ask our writers to reflect on the year that was and the year to come.

    Reading time • 10 minutesMulti-arts
  • Reading time • 6 minutesVisual Art
  • 'Hush' by Olga Cironis. Photo: Jessica Wyld. A golden chair by the sea
    Q&A

    A golden chair by the sea

    12 March 2020

    Fremantle-based artist Olga Cironis is a veteran of Sculpture by the Sea. As her latest work, Hush, invites the bottoms of Perth to take a (shiny) seat and contemplate the ocean, she talks to Nina Levy about her work, her creative process and why she loves living in WA.

    Reading time • 8 minutesVisual Art
  • A photo of artworks in the
    Reviews

    Telling stories by hand

    7 February 2020

    The works of the Holmes à Court Gallery’s ‘Fibre’ exhibition each carry traces of their makers, discovers Craig McKeough.

    Reading time • 5 minutesVisual Art
  • Tarryn Gill, 'Belly of the Beast'. Tarryn Gill's Belly of the Beast Intricate and ephemeral
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    Intricate and ephemeral

    13 March 2019

    Review: Ted Snell (curator), “RITUAL” · Presented at There is gallery by Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery · Review by Miranda Johnson · Curated by Ted Snell,…

    Reading time • 4 minutesVisual Art
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Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio