Questions of shelter, anthropocentrism and the natural world are central to both the textile work and life of artist Kasia Tons, who splits her time between a warehouse studio space in the city and a leaky yurt in Lenswood.
At Thebarton’s Gray Street Workshop, Sue Lorraine creates intimate works that are made to measure.
First Nations artist Clem Newchurch hopes his latest project will help South Australians realise the cultural history that’s at their doorstep.
Emma Beech pores over the photographic record of her life in a hilarious and heartfelt family history lesson.
As the Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art looms, Sera Waters is setting sail into her family’s colonial past from her studio in Stepney.
Led by a ‘gargantuan’ solo performance by Eryn Jean Norvill, director Kip Williams turns Oscar Wilde’s 130-year-old novel into a portrait of 21st-century vanity.