In the ’70s, Adelaide was a global leader in boundary-breaking performance art. Now, a new generation of local artists are drawing on their history to reignite the city’s alternative art scene.
This intense monologue about first love and white privilege struggles to overcome a fundamental flaw in its conception. ★★½
From a childhood spent immersed in Yolngu culture, to celebrity, dining with the Queen and time in prison, David Gulpilil has lived the extremes. In a new documentary, the actor’s extraordinary life is offered as a final gift from this significant national storyteller.
This installation, constituting 1000 questions on the topic of race, creates a deeper intellectual and emotional resonance than could ever be achieved by an artwork purporting to have answers.
As festival season descends upon Adelaide, Light has launched as a multi-faceted venue powered by world-leading technology and underwritten by an Adelaide-first business model.
This double bill of plays from SA creators aims to lift up Australia’s ‘lucky country’ veneer to reveal the complex, often dark, mess writhing beneath.
An important and influential voice on identity in Australia, artist Naomi Hobson has turned her camera toward the complexity of youth in Adolescent Wonderland – now showing at the Art Gallery of SA as part of Tarnanthi.