In this issue the lines between the personal and political weave together in unexpected ways. Michael Lindeman humours us with his tongue-in-cheek Regression Paintings, Tai Mitsuji introduces us to the tender sculptures of Tim Silver, Amelia Wallin immerses herself in Lara Merrett’s watery world, Jemima Wyman sweeps us into her World Cloud through complex yet mesmerising collages of unrest; and Managing Editor Claire Summers delves into the potent symbolism behind Tony Albert’s latest limited-edition series, Ashtralia and Wheel of Misfortune. We introduce revered multidisciplinary digital artist Daniel Crooks and Tim Ross, comedian and presenter of Designing a Legacy visits the Ball-Eastaway House, a home designed by architect Glenn Murcutt for artists Sydney Ball and Lynne Eastaway.
Sullivan+Strumpf acknowledge the Indigenous People of this land, the traditional custodians on whose Country we work, live and learn. We pay respect to Elders, past and present, and recognise their continued connection to culture, land, waters and community.