Tracey Clement in the Sydney Morning Herald:
This year’s Sydney Biennale, titled Zones of Contact, is the biggest art exhibition in Australia. Next week 85 leading contemporary artists, from 44 countries as diverse as Lebanon, Latvia, China and Australia will turn Sydney into one big gallery for the next three months. The cutting-edge artworks, more than half made for the Biennale, will be shown in 16 venues from Circular Quay to Blacktown.
The press guff says Zones of Contact is “about the spaces in which people live in and move between, the spatial dimensions of cities, settlements, territories, the land and home”, but really it’s about size.