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  • Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa and Pavan Kumar Hari. image credit Daniel J Grant.jpg Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa and Pavan Kumar Hari. image credit Daniel J Grant.jpg Cream of the crop 2019
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    Cream of the crop 2019

    13 December 2019

    Which shows were Seesaw writers’ favourites this year? What were the highlights and lowlights for the arts in WA? And which artists will our contributors be looking out for in 2020? As 2019 draws to a close, Seesaw writers reflect on the year that was and the year that will be.

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    Reading time • 10 minutesDance
  • Photo: Bo Wong Tiny illuminated coffins containing elements of Martu culture An intimate glimpse into Martu culture
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    An intimate glimpse into Martu culture

    12 December 2019

    Review: Curtis Taylor, ‘Untitled (Uura)’ · Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts · Review by Jess Boyce · Though Curtis Taylor is recognised as one of Australia’s…

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    Reading time • 3 minutesVisual Art
  • Photo: Bo Wong Conversations within but not between
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    Conversations within but not between

    29 November 2019

    Review: Charlotte Hickson and Ashley Yihsin Chang, ‘Unfolding Acts: New Art from Taipei and Perth’ · PICA · Review by Jess Boyce · “Unfolding Acts: New…

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  • Hsiao-Tzu Tien. Photo: Emma Fishwick. Hsiao-Tzu Tien. Photo: Emma Fishwick. An intricate layering of art forms
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    An intricate layering of art forms

    14 November 2019

    Review: Steamworks Arts, 歸屬  Gui Shu (Belong) · PICA Performance Space, 13 November · Review by Nina Levy · Described as a fusion of dance, music,…

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    Reading time • 5 minutesTheatre
  • Photo: Andrew Wuttke A dream show for critics young and old
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    A dream show for critics young and old

    11 October 2019

    AWESOME Review: The Listies, ROFLSHALBOWCO · PICA, 9 October · Review by David Zampatti · Every now and then a show comes along with a title…

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    Reading time • 4 minutesKids
  • Team Tetris firing on all four
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    Team Tetris firing on all four

    8 October 2019

    AWESOME Review: Arch 8, Tetris ⋅ Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, October 8 ⋅ Review by David Zampatti ⋅ I can’t claim I’m familiar with Tetris, despite…

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  • Agatha Gothe-Snape with The Cruthers Collection of Women’s Art, Trying to Find Comfort in an Uncomfortable Chair, Installation view, 2019. Photo by Bo Wong. Courtesy Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA). Object lessons in memory and meaning
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    Object lessons in memory and meaning

    5 August 2019

    Review: Agatha Gothe-Snape, ‘Trying to Find Comfort in an Uncomfortable Chair’ & Nicholas Mangan, ‘Termite Economies (Phase One)’ ·
    Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts ·
    Review by Claudia Minutillo ·

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    Reading time • 5 minutesVisual Art
  • Joshua Pether, Jupiter Orbiting, 2018. Presented at Next Wave Festival. Photo by Adele Wilkes.  Witnessing self-definition
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    Witnessing self-definition

    9 July 2019

    Review: Joshua Pether, Jupiter Orbiting · PICA, 24 May · Review by Patrick Gunasekera · Two years since its initial development at PICA for premiere at Next…

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