ERASURE, 2011, DINH Q. LÊ, (INSTALLATION VIEW), 2K HD VIDEO, FOUND PHOTOGRAPHS, WOODEN BOAT FRAGMENTS, DESK, COMPUTER, SCANNER, DEDICATED WEBSITE, SANDSTONE. PHOTOGRAPH: AARON DE SOUZA. COMMISSIONED BY SHERMAN CONTEMPORARY ART FOUNDATION. PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY NICHOLAS AND ANGELA CURTIS. – TAASA Review December 2011
Australian National University, an initiative of former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd. There are far too many players and far too little space to document the varied contributions of Australia’s contemporary Asia-literate cultural community.
Best get back to base, to familiar personal territory and the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, launched in 2008. The not-for-profit Foundation commissions three large-scale projects each year, occasionally mounting exceptional pre-existing work never seen on our side of the world.
The projects are focused on Australian and Asian visual practitioners, bringing together the two strands that have underpinned my thinking and fuelled my interest for the last 25 years...