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MC_Freakley_For You, Danielle Freakley, detail: For You, 2019-2022. Volcanic rock, water clear polyurethane, ink. Dimensions variable. Danielle Freakley's 'For You' looks like a crashing wave made of glass. Danielle Freakley peels back the layers
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Danielle Freakley peels back the layers

18 May 2022

A local artist with an international reputation, Danielle Freakley seems driven by a desire to find out what we really want to say to each other. And ahead of her exhibition at Moore Contemporary, she tells Nina Levy what she really wants to say.

Reading time • 10 minutesVisual Art
Detail still: 'The Pact', 2017, 2K video, with sound, 7:20 minutes, Sound Composition: Cat Hope & Decibel, Ed 5/5, Courtesy the artist and MOORE CONTEMPORARY Two women suspended in mid air. their legs are extended in front of them and their arms behind. Our leisure time under the microscope
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Our leisure time under the microscope

16 November 2020

Presented at the end of a year in which the way we spend our free hours has been upended, ‘Hyper Leisure’ is a clever rewriting of the way we think about leisure time, reports Miranda Johnson.

Reading time • 5 minutesVisual Art
Brad Rimmer, Nocturne Eiger Glacier 1, 2017-2020, archival digital print, 75 x 100cm, ed. 3 The image is bleak, monochromatic. A glacier drives between two rocky outcrops. Terrible beauty in exhibition trifecta
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Terrible beauty in exhibition trifecta

17 September 2020

Craig McKeough steps into a series of unsettling and chilling worlds in neighbouring exhibitions by Merrick Belyea and Brad Rimmer at Art Collective WA, and Jacobus Capone at Moore Contemporary.

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Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio