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Episode 27: Abdul-Rahman Abdullah in conversation

Artist Abdul-Rahman Abdullah in conversation with Esther Anatolitis about the development of his practice, and what it means to be an artist.

Abdul-Rahman Abdullah

Abdul-Rahman Abdullah in his studio. Image courtesy of the artist.

‘I kind of like to think most artists fluctuate, and this is by the minute, or by the second, in being completely assured and going ‘this is the greatest thing ever’ and at the same time going ‘this is the worst thing ever, everyone is going to hate me for this’ and it’s constant, and you just have to try end on a high' - Abdul-Rahman Abdullah


For this episode, Abdul-Rahman Abdullah is in conversation with Esther Anatolitis about his work, the development of his practice, and what it means to be an artist.

See Abdul-Rahman's work in 'Enough خلاص Khalas' at UNSW Galleries until July 14, and follow his work via his website.