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CONTENTS

8 Editorial 10 Dispatches

Andrew Stephens 16 Notes from the field

Chloé Wolifson, Singapore

26 Beyond the margins: The 4th Kochi-Muziris Biennale

Lleah Smith, Kochi

28 Points of contact: Natasha Bullock in conversation with Sook-Kyung Lee 32 ‘Hard, clear light reveals the bones’:

Visiting the Gibbs Farm Patrick Hutchings, Kaipara Harbour

36 Lauren Berkowitz’s fragile structures

Emma-Kate Wilson 45 Outside of all places: Fiona Connor’s sculpture

Oscar Capezio 50 Maximising minimalism

Michael Fitzgerald, Singapore

56 Viscerally yours, China

Mikala Tai

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CONTRIBUTORS

Natasha Bullock is Senior Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Sydney; Oscar Capezio is an artist and painter who makes exhibitions, lives and writes in Canberra; he is a recent ANCA Critic-in-Residence in partnership with Art Monthly Australasia; Michael Fitzgerald is Editor of Art Monthly Australasia; Patrick Hutchings has contributed to a number of art journals over many years; his last job was lecturing on the Philosophy of Art at the University of Melbourne; Sook-Kyung Lee is Tate’s Senior Curator, International Art (Hyun-

dai Tate Research Centre: Transnational); Lleah Smith has lived and worked across India and Australia since 2011; she was the 2018 recipient of the 4A Emerging Writer’s Program in partnership with Art Monthly Australasia; Andrew Stephens is a visual arts writer based in Melbourne; he is Editor of Imprint magazine for the Print Council of Australia; Mikala Tai is Director of 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, Sydney; Emma-Kate Wilson is a Sydney-based arts writer; Chloé Wolifson is a Sydney-based independent writer and curator.

Cover: Anish Kapoor, To Reflect an Intimate Part of the Red, 1981, installation view, ArtScience Museum, Singapore, 2018–19; mixed media and pigment, dimensions variable; image courtesy the artist and Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

Kindly supported by The Australian National University

Art Monthly Australasia is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council,

its arts funding and advisory body.

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