Peter Hill is an internationally recognized artist, writer and independent curator. He has over the last 3 decades identified and named trends in international contemporary art practice. Through anecdotes reflecting 3 decades of constant travelling, Peter will contextualize these tendencies in relation to broader contemporary art practice. He will examine how the digital and analogue work best together, how what is real and what is fiction impact each other.
Continuing our lecture series on Art & Architecture that commenced in 2016 with the memorable talk by Karl Fender of FKA, we are delighted that renowned architect John Wardle will present a talk on his award winning projects that demonstrate the art of architecture, the art incorporated in architecture and the architecture of art related projects including Samstag Museum of Art, Phoenix Gallery for Judith Neilson, and the Ephemeral Pavilion at the NGV.
Daniel Crooks, Stephen Haley and Simon Finn, three leading artists in the DIGITAL exhibition, each have a distinctive application of the digital to their art practice. Their panel discussion will review both their individual practices and their reflections on the impact that the digital will have in the art world.