Partu (Skin) is a collaborative project between Johnny Nargoodah, a Nyikina man, and Trent Jansen, a design anthropologist, that explores different methods of collaboration while maintaining equal co-authorship.
In celebration of her first solo show, Pollination – ironic given her 30-year career as an artist and designer – Habitus caught up with the colourful Louise Olsen.
Now on exhibition at StylecraftHOME’s Melbourne showroom, Lines and Tangles is the culmination of architectural photographer Dianna Snape’s love affair with Tanzania.
The Toyko Digital Art Museum is brought to you by the Tokyo-based art collective teamLab and Japanese developers, Mori Building Co. They take a borderless approach to art and architecture in an immersive experience.
There is no better environment to look at a Tiffany diamond than one with an abundance of natural light. That is what Richard Moore had in mind for Tiffany & Co.’s recently opened new flagship store in Sydney.
Designer and artist Penelope Forlano is marking 100 years of women’s contributions to art, society and government with an installation in the Parliament of Western Australia.
The collaboration between a Japanese design studio and a 20th century master of optical illusion results in the latest exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria: Escher X nendo | Between Two Worlds.
Brewing in Bali, Full Circle by X+O brings Ubud’s tropical surrounds into the interior design of a local café to create a modern vibe with local storytelling and a relaxed atmosphere.
“I’m interested in this idea of limitations, whether real or imagined, and how we respond to these,” says Skye Jefferys, an Australian-born artist who now calls Singapore her home. Naomi Russo writes.