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Professor Harriet Edquist surveys some of the issues that surround the ever-expanding idea of the archive, with examples ranging from the highly structured archive of John Soane to the participatory and community-oriented archive models advocated by contemporary museology. Recorded at Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation (SCAF), 15 June 2017, in ass…
 
Soichiro Fukutake presents the thinking behind his bold, far-reaching experiment on islands in Japan’s Seto Inland Sea. Benesse Art Site Naoshima comprises museums, permanent art installations and commissions on the islands of Naoshima, Teshima and Inujima. Recorded at Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation (SCAF), 22 April 2017, in association with S…
 
As part of Film Saturdays @ SCAF, Craig Judd, artist, independent curator, arts writer and educator, provides an introduction to the film Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict, and explores the era in which Peggy thrived - with special emphasis on post-war abstract expressionism and minimalism. Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict, 2015, is directed by Lisa Immordi…
 
Aaron Seeto and Rachel Kent in conversation about Southeast-Asian art, moderated by Gene Sherman. Aaron Seeto is Curatorial Manager, Asian and Pacific Art at the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art, and Rachel Kent is Chief Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Australia. Recorded at Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation (SCAF), 11 Au…
 
As part of Film Saturdays @ SCAF, Melanie Eastburn, Senior Curator, Asian Art, Art Gallery of New South Wales, provides an introduction to the film Cutie and the Boxer, and speaks about the Japanese art scene from the late 1960s - early 1970s. Cutie and the Boxer, 2013, is directed by Zachary Heinzerling. Recorded at Sherman Contemporary Art Founda…
 
Dr Barbara Polla presents on Australian artist Shaun Gladwell and the 2015 SCAF/UNSW Galleries collaboration. Dr Polla is an academic, a medical doctor and researcher, a curator and gallerist, writer, a former Swiss MP and a teacher. Recorded at Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation (SCAF), 23 July 2014, in association with SCAF Project 24, Shaun Gla…
 
Angus Trumble, Director, National Portrait Gallery, Canberra, and Gene Sherman, examine how Shaun Gladwell works to establish new perspectives within the field of contemporary portraiture. Recorded at Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation (SCAF) on 28 March, 2015, in association with SCAF Project 24, Shaun Gladwell: The Lacrima Chair, and SCAF Projec…
 
Linda Jaivin and Dr Sophie McIntyre consider their experiences of Taiwan and mainland China – Linda presents her impressions of the Mainland during the 1980?s, whilst Sophie reflects upon her engagement with contemporary Taiwanese art. Recorded at Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation (SCAF), 31 July 2014, in association with SCAF Project 22, HOME: C…
 
Professor Ross Harley, Dean of UNSW | Art & Design, in conversation with Barbara London, Associate Curator, Department of Media and Performance Art, Museum of Modern Art, New York. Recorded at Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation (SCAF), 11 August 2012, in association with SCAF Project 14, Alfredo & Isabel Aquilizan, In-Habit: Project Another Countr…
 
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