19th Biennale of Sydney 2014

Artistic Director: Juliana Engberg
21 March – 9 June 2014

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Museum of Contemporary Art
The words are borrowed from George Bernard Shaw and used by Nathan Coley in the illuminated signs which grace several BOS venues.

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Cockatoo Island
The words are borrowed from George Bernard Shaw and used by Nathan Coley in the illuminated signs which grace several BOS venues.

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Above: Callum Morton, (Australian)
Cockatoo Island

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Above: ABC national arts reporter Anne Maria Nicholson interviewing Randi and Katrine (Denmark)
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Artistic Director: Juliana Engberg making her opening speech to the press
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Above: Tori Wranes (Norway)
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Above: The breathing rock … part of  the work by
Tori Wranes (Norway)
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Above: Gerda Steiner & Jorg Lenzlinger (Switzerland)
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Above: Gerda Steiner & Jorg Lenzlinger (Switzerland)
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Above: A sculptor of air … Mikala Dwyer (Australia)
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Above: A sculptor of air … Mikala Dwyer (Australia)
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Above: A sound installation by Sonia Leber (Australia) & David Cheswoth (UK)
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Above: One of my favourites, clever tricks by by Christine Streuli (Swizterland, Germany)
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Above: The artist, Christine Streuli (left)
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Above: Yael Bartana (Israel)
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Above: Bianca Hester (Australia)
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Above: Jim Lambie (Scotland)
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Above: the artist, Jim Lambie (Scotland)
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Above: the artist, Jim Lambie (Scotland)
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Above: David Clarebout (Belgium)
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Above: 10 stunning solid cast glass by Roni Horn, USA
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Above: TV Moore
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Above: TV Moore
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Above: Twin video owls by Anne Lislegaard (Norway)
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Above: Jim Lambie (Scotland)
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Above: Pipilotti Rist (Switzerland)
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Above: Pipilotti Rist (Switzerland)
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Above: Pipilotti Rist (Switzerland)
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Above: Artist?
Art Gallery of NSW

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Above: Meriç Algün Ringborg (Turkey)
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Above: Mercia Cantor (lives and works on Earth)
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Above: Mercia Cantor (lives and works on Earth)
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Above: Yhonnie Scarce (Kokatha and Nukunu Peoples, Australia)
Art Gallery of NSW

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Above: Yhonnie Scarce (Kokatha and Nukunu Peoples, Australia)
Art Gallery of NSW

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Above: Michael Cook  (Bidjara People, Australia)
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Above: Michael Cook (Bidjara People, Australia)
Art Gallery of NSW

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Above: The artist Deborah Kelly being interviewed in front of her work, (Australia)
Art Gallery of NSW

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Above: Deborah Kelly (Australia)
Art Gallery of NSW

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Above: Bindi Cole (Waddawarrung People, Australia)
Art Gallery of NSW

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Above: The words are borrowed from George Bernard Shaw and used by Nathan Coley in the illuminated signs which grace several BOS venues.

Unfortunately Carriageworks and Artspace are not covered.

Photos: Vicki Grima

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