Issue 25:3 | September 2005 | Stirring
Polemical essays in Stirring address the 'white thing' of Indigenous art, the track record of AbaF (Australian Business and the Arts Foundation), the challenge to traditional printmaking from the new giclee (inkjet) technology, the Australia Council and Howardism.
We also take a look at the international biennials of the world, complete with a map documenting all the biennials still running, a list of the artists most frequently included and a star chart showing the curators who are most in demand around the globe.
We document the untimely demise of a public art icon in Brisbane by Wendy Mills and Catherine de Lorenzo profiles public sculptor Richard Goodwin. Lu Jie writes on the Miniature Long March of Qin Ga. Artists' pages by Deborah Kelly, Stuart Ringholt, Stephanie Radok, Sarah Jane Pell, and Kim Guthrie.