This valuable and insightful presentation by Australian artist Annette Bezor, about her art, speaks eloquently to a wide audience about the cultural issues and social mechanisms of gender, sexuality, beauty, desire, the body, identity and their representation.
Bezor's painting practice draws together many aspects of painting – the history of painting is telescoped into contemporary forms of communication and representation, including photography, computer-manipulated imagery and the electronic transmission of images. Her work is always intuitive and personal, and yet her political stance and her strong public consciousness are also revealed. Bezor's practice has constantly unfolded and developed over two decades, embracing new ideas, technologies and forms of representation, inspiring a continued freshness and wit in her work.
• DVD shows 50 paintings spanning over 25 years of work
• Annette describes her techniques and provides insights into her works
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