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My other project I have been running together with Joshua Santospirito is SanKessto Publications. It’s a small Hobart based indie publishing house dedicated to provide a platform for discussion and promote Tasmanian Art(ists) and Design(ers). It started with our love for … Continue reading
In the latest newsletter Constance listed some past and recent board members’ achievements. I volunteered a few years on this incredible Hobart Art Institution, which has been a great platform for experimental and new art for many artists over the … Continue reading
Risograph printers have been popping up everywhere over the last few years. They are great for poster and zine printing for small-ish print runs. The process is similar to a screen-printing process, just quicker and less messy (if you work with someone who … Continue reading
I’m forever grateful to Mona for having this opportunity to practise my long-forgotten French and also for having been given the job to design Hubert Duprat’s exhibition catalogue. Probably one of the most comprehensive catalogues about the work of this … Continue reading
Hobart, a town in Tasmania, close to Antarctica, founded just 210 years ago, in 1804, or thereabouts. This building is not that old, but one of the older ones in the city centre. I like how the letters seem to … Continue reading
I’m happy to have had the chance to design another poster for Constance ARI. There are three new artists in the September Show hailing from three different Australian states: Jessie Lumb / South Australia, Jo Fulton / Tasmania and Kylie … Continue reading
Exhibition is on from August 23 – October 6 / 2013 at the Goethe Institute Melbourne / 448 St Kilda Rd / 9am–5pm / Mon–Fr A few links with more info: Goethe Institute Launch images Nadine Kessler Art
I feel very honored to be invited by the Goethe Institut Australia to present my solo show ‘dies boot war hell rot’ in Melbourne. Check out details here (it’s also available in German).
Research and inspiration Trip to Mona Museum (www.mona.net.au) ON the way the view from the car window: the white building seems to sit on a wall of rocks. The fog covers the rest of the museum and the original white … Continue reading
I’m very excited to have been invited by Contemporary Art Spaces Tasmania (CAST) to be their inaugural artist for the members wall. Click here to see the work.