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Art for the apocalypse

Ramesh Nithiyendran should be putting 25 sculptures on a plane to Singapore right now. The Sri Lankan-born, Australian-raised artist was due to open a solo show there this month, but then the whole world shut down and the exhibition, which is titled Polymorphous Figures, shifted online. It’s a shame. But if ever there was an artist whose work could help us survive the current state of worldwide uncertainty, it’s probably him.

“Hello!” says a shrill voice, apparently coming from a bearded figure with

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