The Australian Chinese Art Research Institute (ACARI) is a privately funded research facility dedicated to the understanding of Chinese art in all its forms and influences. Based at ACAE Gallery, our research is especially focused on the significance of Chinese art across the local region.
For the Australian Chinese Art Research Institute, artist and academic Kate Renney made a tour of the China Pavilion at the 59th Venice Biennale. Kate's subsequent review brings to light intersections between new technology and the Surrealist inspired theme of the Biennale under the sub-heading of The Milk of Dreams.Learn More
Joshua Heilbuth is a Melbourne-based artist and arts researcher, currently completing a Bachelor of Visual Arts and Design at Australian Catholic University. Joshua's interview, which we are very pleased to publish, coincided with artist Tsui Kuang-Yu exhibiting at the 10th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (Apt10), 04 Dec 2021 – 25 Apr 2022, Queensland Art Gallery / Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane.Learn More