VISUAL ARTS REVIEW:Jasper Knight - 1970s Disasters

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Duncan McKay

Jasper Knight - 1970s Disasters, Greenhill Galleries, (Perth).

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About the author

Duncan McKay is an emerging visual artist and arts writer, living and working in Perth, Western Australia. He has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Western Australia with Honours, and a Master of Creative Arts from Curtin University. Duncan’s arts practice utilises installation, drawing, painting and assemblage and he has shown work in group and solo exhibitions since 1998. In addition to his own art practice, Duncan has a passion for engaging critically with Art, with a particular interest in the art of the Modern period and also in the place and predicament of contemporary artists working today in Australia and elsewhere. He enjoys spending time with his family, especially his newborn baby girl and old cat Samuel.