Christ died on the Cross for our sins. So the New Testament tells us. Hopefully I'll do something worthy of his sacrifice one day. I've got real potential when it comes to sin.
Marina Abramović seems to operate for all of us. Her sins, her excesses, her minimalist, egocentric actions define the boundaries of what it is to be human.
I would do the stuff that she does if I had the balls. And the brains. And the desperation to understand.
I'd rather be represented by a sinner than a saint.
Marina Abramović in Australia: two unique projects presented by MONA and Kaldor Public Art Projects.
AN EVOLVING EXHIBITION, 21.01.2011
Highlights of the collection.
And lowlights. Evolving.
Please note: all B3 galleries (including the Library and Round House) will be closed from 14 April - 13 June, 2015.
Eighteen new works representing the next generation of emerging
video artists, as selected by world-renowned artistic directors
Andrea Bellini, Hans Ulrich Obrist and Yann Chateigné. Fresh from
Geneva, the Biennale is stopping by Mona on a round-the-world tour
that will continue on to Shanghai, Paris and Venice.
This exhibition is accompanied by a free season at Cinemona>
Artists: Gabriel Abrantes, Ed Atkins, Mark Boulos, Alexander Carver & Daniel Schmidt, Benjamin Crotty, Basil Da Cunha, Tom Huett, Pauline Julier, Marie Kølbæk Iversen, Donna Kukama, Arvo Leo, Felix Melia, Heather Phillipson, Li Ran, James Richards, Jeremy Shaw, Carlo Gabriele, Tribbioli & Federico Lodoli, Hannah Weinberger
Artworks originally commissioned and produced by the Centre d'Art Contemporain Genève, curated by Andrea Bellini with Hans Ulrich Obrist and Yann Chateigné and Olivier Varenne (Mona).