Mark Stoner

h4>‘In collaboration’, can be said quickly and flippantly, but in your work it becomes an integral part.  Can you expand on this in relation to ‘Water Course’? A collaborative project such as Watercourse at Adelaide Airport doesn’t just happen. In…


Alberto Bustos

 You started your artistic career as a painter, why did you feel the need to work in 3D? When I was young I was interested all the artistic expressions: painting, photography, drawing... but I soon began to work in 3D and 2D made me feel limited. I…


Ian Turnock

“Drawings and photographs are the starting point from which I develop organic, abstract and figurative forms.” Please expand on this? I take photographs of leaf and branch forms, usually silhouetted against the sky. These are shapes and structures…


Lanny Bergner

When do you decide which of your work will be large pieces or installation pieces? This varies depending on the exhibition venue. Sometimes I will do site-specific installations that are made for a particular space. At times I will do a series of…


Larry Renzo Lewis

Symbols/Pictographs: Expand on your use of Symbols/Pictographs/Icons in your work? I use symbols/pictographs as a secondary means to convey message. Symbols have been around since the beginning. Now after hundreds of years after the introduction of…


Sally Simpson

Can you discuss the ritual and ceremonial rites in your installation ‘Precipice’? The background to all of my work is an interest in ‘power figures’ and ‘votive objects’ used in many cultures as mediators between humans and nature. In addition I…


Peter Randall-Page

You grew up in the country. Do you think, if you had been a city boy, your work would have been different? Very much so, I was quite a solitary child and spent my days exploring the countryside, collecting natural objects and being rather…


David Gerstein

Your work is all about movement discuss? Movement is indeed essential in my sculpture works and it has to do with the special technique that I am using which render itself very well with elements of motion. One of my early inspiration was comic…


Vally Nomidou

Your exhibition ‘Let it Bleed’ is made up of female forms. Can you explain the vulnerability you have been able to portray? Fragility is the way women artists insisted to present as a plastic value in the 20th century. I worked out my figures…


Jon Barlow Hudson

Can you discuss your thoughts on where and with whom the “Behind the Scenes’ drawings etc. for a public art piece are stored for prosperity? This is a very broad question and one I cannot really answer as I am sure that of the hundreds of public art…