Amelia Winata is a Melbourne-based writer and curator. She has an honours degree in Art History from the University of Melbourne and was a recipient of the 2015 Gertrude Contemporary Emerging Writers Program. She has written for Art Monthly Australia, Dissect, and Art Collector. In 2016 she is working as a research assistant on a Bauhaus Australia research project at Melbourne University, and as a curatorial assistant for the 2016 TarraWarra Biennale. Amelia is a member of the un Magazine editorial advisory committee.
Mithu Sen centres “lingual anarchy” to question institutions and the art market
One of India’s leading contemporary artists, Mithu Sen’s ‘mind map’ exhibition at the Australian Centre for Contemporary art is focussed on dismantling discipline, power and surface niceties that are engrained in institutions from governments to the art world.