The Artist's Chronicle is the longest running independent visual art magazine in Western Australia's history.Support our work by subscribingClick HereThe Artist's Chronicle celebrated 30 years of independent publishing in March 2021.Support visual arts writing by subscribingClick HereTrevor Richards at Holmes à Court Gallery Previous slide Next slide Previous slide Next slide FEATURE STORY NOVEMBER/DECEMBER EDITION 2023 Pliable Planes: expanded textiles & fibre practicesFremantle Arts CentreLYN DI CIERO Continue story here Visit exhibitions Western Australia has a vibrant visual arts sector waiting for your visit. Click here to see more Artificial Intelligence and the visual arts How will AI affect the visual arts? This article, written entirely by AI, explores its own impact on the arts. Read more Engage with the arts to live longer ♦ Art museum, Europe. Photo Adrianna Calvo, Pexels. A new study published in the British Medical Journal suggests engagement with the arts could have protective influences on life expectancy. PREMIUM: Subscribers only Read More IN THE NOV/DEC 2023 EDITION In this edition we feature Pliable Planes: expanded textiles & fibre practices, a major touring exhibition from the University of NSW at Fremantle Arts Centre. Challenging views of textiles and fibre art, the exhibition brings together 12 artists from across Australia, including WA. Taking its cue from a 1957 essay by Anni Albers, Pliable Planes seeks to rethink the medium through the lens of architecture with exciting results. We explore Tania Ferrier’s project, Body of Opportunity, showing in January at Gallery Central in Perth. Aiming to create new meanings of the female form outside sexualised representation, Ferrier has been working closely with young women in the adult entertainment industry.Laetitia Wilson reviews The Lester Prize at the Art Gallery of WA, finding a selection with an honesty and sharp curation providing an interesting journey of the human condition.Sam Beard reviews Roll the Tape+, a survey of Trevor Richards’ practice at Holmes à Court Gallery, a delve into 25 years of continuous exploration by the artist. We chat to Cairns-based Brian Robinson, in Perth for his show A Decade of Printmaking at Mossenson Galleries. From the small world of Thursday Island where he spent his formative years, to producing works held in collections around the country, Robinson’s journey is fascinating. We visited Swan River Print Studio at Heathcote Cultural Precinct as the group prepared for their once a year exhibition at EarlyWork Gallery in South Fremantle. We pay tribute to Honorary Professor Ted Snell, whose passing leaves a gaping hole in the arts community. Lyn Di Ciero, Editor NEXT EDITION JAN/FEB 2024, DEADLINE 20 DECEMBER 2023 Gerri's View The Artist’s Chronicle celebrated 30 years of publishing in 2021.