Translating the Art and Australia Landscape

| Chloe Ho
 + Yarra Ranges National Park  Photo: Chloe Ho, 2022.

Translating the Art and Australia Landscape

Translating The Art And Australia Landscape | Chloe Ho

Translating the Art and Australia Landscape is an attempt to take ‘different languages’ seriously, by imagining what art critical scholarship might look like when written text is not a priority but a simple touchstone toward knowledge production and transmission. Over the next year, this project will be publishing new and old essays about knowledge, point toward and re-read relevant articles in the Art and Australia archive, and enact these proposals as live events on and off the Australian continent. 

Editorial: Translating the Art and Australia Landscape
Swardspeak: Ang Pulos sang pag Beks ko sa Lengguwaheyyy kag Forma
Ancha ng mga Keki sa “Koleksyon ng Katutubong Sining” ni Afamchie J.A. Tuckson from Strayuh

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