PULL FOCUS WITH LUCIENNE RICKARD

Our Pull Focus video series takes its lead from our print magazine feature of the same name. Here, we focus in on what makes a particular artwork WORK as a work of art. Watch Sebastian Goldspink in conversation with Lucienne Rickard about the self-portrait she created through a repeated process of drawing and erasure during isolation, on show soon at Hobart’s Michael Bugelli Gallery.

Lucienne Rickard, Self Portraits during COVID-19, 2020. 32 self-portraits erased on paper, 152 x 102cm.

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