Australian graffiti

There was a time when you would be hard-pressed to find many people from the mainstream who would identify graffiti as art. It was a form of painting and drawing that would more likely be associated with vandalism, seen as nothing more than the defacement of public spaces. More recently, graffiti has found greater acceptance […]

No place like home

Having explored the concept of personal space and safe distance in an exhibition that featured photos of Canberrans waiting in queues in public spaces, artist Jacklyn Peters decided to get more intimate with the subjects of her most recent work. You could say that it was an exhibition much closer to home. For The Neighbourhood […]