Insight Global Health “Colours of the World” Photo + Art Exhibition Review, and Interview with Alyssa Pradhan, Insight Member + Exhibition Contributor
Interviews / Review

Insight Global Health “Colours of the World” Photo + Art Exhibition Review, and Interview with Alyssa Pradhan, Insight Member + Exhibition Contributor

  Exhibition banner On a sunny evening in Adelaide in late March, a crowd gathered by the rotunda at Elder Park by the Torrens River. We were there to see an art and photography exhibition entitled “Colours of the World“, organised by the University of Adelaide student branch of Insight Global Health. The exhibition displayed … Continue reading

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Ash Tower, academic and artist
Interviews / Long Read

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Ash Tower, academic and artist

Ash Tower, plinthing handmade toys by Tiffany Rysdale. Photo credit: Mei Sheong Wong Artist and academic, Ash Tower’s work reveals and explores the hidden social and physical structures of the worlds we inhabit. His creative output runs in parallel with the research, producing a prolific run of artefacts that have been exhibited both in place, and as … Continue reading

Artist Spotlight #13: Grace Marlow
Interviews

Artist Spotlight #13: Grace Marlow

Grace Marlow. Image courtesy of the artist. Award-winning visual artist, Grace Marlow, has produced a staggering amount of high quality work considering her young age. Her oeuvre (which includes performance art and sculpture) focuses on powerful themes, such as gender and post-colonialism, and has been exhibited at various locations, such as FELTspace. In our latest … Continue reading

Oriental Fantasies in Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Europe: The Origin and Application of Chinoiserie Porcelain
Long Read

Oriental Fantasies in Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Europe: The Origin and Application of Chinoiserie Porcelain

A Chinoiserie-styled teapot. Meissen porcelain factory (manufacturer), Wine Pot in the Shape of a Peach, 1725, hard-paste porcelain painted with colored enamels over transparent glaze. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. During the middle of the eighteenth century, Europe was enraptured by a self-fabricated vision of a mysterious and distant East, colourfully expressed in the new … Continue reading