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Watch: Fiona Hall at the 56th Venice Biennale on Das Platforms

Fiona Hall's Wrong Way Time represents Australia at the 56th Venice Biennale, the first to be housed in the new pavilion designed by Melbourne-based architects Denton Corker Marshall.

Watch: Hamishi Farah at Minerva on Das Platforms

Hamishi Farah discusses his recent exhibition Pics, or: It Didn’t Happen 20 September – 8 November, 2014 Minerva, Sydney

Watch: Yangjiang Group: Actions for Tomorrow at 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art on Das Platforms

Actions for Tomorrow is the first solo exhibition in Australia of Yangjiang Group, the Chinese artist collective that use the medium of calligraphy as a conceptual springboard into a diverse range of installations and performances. Hailing from Yangjiang, a coastal city in Guangdong province, Yangjiang Group comprises of three key members – Zheng Guogu, Chen Zaiyan and Sun Qinglin – as well as a number of collaborators from their hometown.

Yangjiang Group: Actions for Tomorrow
4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art
17 January – 7 March 2015

Watch: Anne Ferran: Shadow Land at the Australian Centre for Photography on Das Platforms

Das Platforms visited Anne Ferran at her studio prior to the opening of Shadow Land, a retrospective of 30-years of work. 

Anne Ferran: Shadow Land
Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney
08 November 2014 – 18 January 2015
Presented in association with the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, Perth

Watch: 48HR Incident at 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art on Das Platforms

Running over 48 continuous hours at 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, 48HR Incident is a program of performance art and live actions initiated or performed by artists from Australia, Asia and the Pacific.

48HR Incident
Frances Barrett (Australia), Dadang Christanto (Indonesia), BLAK DOUGLAS (Australia), JD Reforma (Australia), Tony Schwensen (Australia), Abdullah M. I. Syed (Pakistan/Australia), Latai Taumoepeau (Australia), Salote Tawale (Australia/Fiji), Wok The Rock & Lara Thoms (Indonesia & Australia), Samson Young (Hong Kong).

Co-curated by Pedro de Almeida, Toby Chapman & Aaron Seeto