Inside the alchemy and physicality of William Mackinnon's painting

This kinetic profile film from Director Felipe Sanguinetti exposes the raw, metaphysical process of Australian artist William Mackinnon. Known for his self-described ‘psychological landscape’ paintings, the artist communicates “personal and cultural histories through minute details such as cracks in roads, roots and termite mounds become stand ins for emotional states in which trauma, pain, loss and longing are positioned alongside feelings of regrowth, regeneration and conscious reinvention of the self….

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