Susan Philipsz’s mesmerising installation, showing at the NGV Triennial, uses a violinist on screen and a series of speakers to “visualise the sound”.
Dr Nick Gordon
Dr Nick Gordon is a cultural historian, lecturer and artist. He holds a University Medal and PhD from the University of Sydney and lectures on topics ranging from the classical world to modern and contemporary art. He also curates international arts tours.
Articles by Dr Nick Gordon
In his final column Dr Nick Gordon travels from Art Basel to White Cube and the Royal Academy in London, who are showing artists including Tracey Emin, Picasso and Manet.
This week, as Black Lives Matter protests continue, Dr Nick Gordon looks at some of the work by African American artists that galleries have made available online.
This week, Dr Nick Gordon looks at some of the ways visual artists have been at the intersection of art, science and politics.
This week, Dr Nick Gordon explores art and celebrity in online exhibitions of Raphael, Rembrandt and Warhol.
This week Dr Nick Gordon looks at some excellent online projects resulting from collaboration including the Adelaide Biennial, Google Art's Vermeer Project, and Behind the Scenes at London's National Gallery.
This week, Dr Nick Gordon explores some of the best digital content at the NGV, QAGOMA and AGNSW.
This week, Dr Nick Gordon looks at photographic art, focusing on the Head On(line) Photo Festival, the Ballarat International Foto Biennale, and online exhibitions at Peter Fetterman Gallery.
Dr Nick Gordon goes on a digital 'walk-through' of the Bessie Davidson exhibition at the Bendigo Art Gallery, and tunes into some artist talks at Basel's Fondation Beyeler.
Dr Nick Gordon looks at the financial complexities of the Venice Biennale.