‘Dipping in the Kool Aid’ highlights collaborations between contemporary artists & inmates of Bali prisons

                                           Pixel Buddha – Rodney Glick What is the value of human life? How does our society appraise personal endeavour, imagination and creativity when the priority of doctors and medical staff in hospitals is the preservation of life? Governments and penal systems assess prisoners as having little to contribute to community, some electing to terminate … Continue reading ‘Dipping in the Kool Aid’ highlights collaborations between contemporary artists & inmates of Bali prisons

Exhibition highlights the collaborations between contemporary artists and inmates of Bali prison

              Inmates participating in art making workshop at Klungkung jail. In early April this year Australian contemporary artist, Mary Lou Pavlovic, was advised by the apexart gallery New York that the proposal she’d written in response to their open call Apex Franchise Exhibition, offering four funded exhibition opportunities, had been successful. Pavlovic ranked third out … Continue reading Exhibition highlights the collaborations between contemporary artists and inmates of Bali prison