Before and after science. Interview: Charlotte Day and Sarah Tutton

Douglas, Amelia (2010) Before and after science. Interview: Charlotte Day and Sarah Tutton. Contemporary Visual Art+Culture Broadsheet, 39 1: 25-27.

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Author Douglas, Amelia
Title Before and after science. Interview: Charlotte Day and Sarah Tutton
Journal name Contemporary Visual Art+Culture Broadsheet
ISSN 0819-677X
Publication date 2010-03-01
Sub-type Creative work
Volume 39
Issue 1
Start page 25
End page 27
Total pages 3
Editor Alan Cruickshank
Place of publication Parkside, SA, Australia
Publisher Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia
Language eng
Subject Original Creative Work - Textual work
Formatted abstract
AMELIA DOUGLAS: In planning for the 2010 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art, you have delved into ideas of shamanism and mysticism, psychedelia and transmutations, pulling together a constellation of artists and practices whose works intersect with and promote what we might call a zone of “not knowing”. There is a focus here on the seemingly libratory promise generated by extreme uncertainty: upon the not-known or to-be-known as arenas of profound philosophical potential...
Keyword Contemporary Art
Contemporary Australian art
Biennale
Q-Index Code CX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown

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