Pure Form at the Art Gallery of South Australia brings together some of Japan’s most interesting post-war art.
Sloping ground, water and clay combined to leave devastation in its wake in Durban.
Throughout human history, clay has played a role in many different industries. Its unique properties make it suited for a wide applications in widely ranging industries.
Though the Indigenous inhabitants were using white clay long before them, Sydney-made pottery helped colonists maintain different aspects of ‘civilised’ behaviour.
Understanding the different facets of soil reveals a complex and fascinating cultural and evolutionary history.