Category Archives: The Arts

The Chromatic Typewriter

Apologies for the appalling lack of posts — things have been hectic! But when I came across THIS item on Flavorwire, I just had to share it… ‘Washington-based artist Tyree Callahan has created a rather fascinating objet d’art the likes of which we’ve never … Continue reading

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Hajara Waraka Miqass

Went to see this today, at Plump Gallery (240 Enmore Rd, Enmore) and spent a lovely hour or so drinking mint tea and chatting with Nicole and some other visitors. Get there between 3 and 4pm if you can: Nicole … Continue reading

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Black Capital

Carriageworks is home to Black Capital: ‘ Redfern is a place of many stories, of inspirational leaders, fiery rhetoric and activism. It is an urban meeting place for Aboriginal Australians from all over the country. Sometimes besieged, always resilient, at … Continue reading

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Leg Hair Font

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Nothing Like Performance featuring Yiorgos Zafirou

Nothing Like Performance — Matthew Bradley, Lauren Brincat, Brown Council, Paul Donald, Will French, Yiorgos Zafiriou 25 November – 22 December 2011 ArtSpace, 43 – 51 Cowper Wharf Road, Woolloomooloo The practice of Yiorgos Zafiriou is driven by performance, but here … Continue reading

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Insight Out Exhibition

This is always a fun evening… ‘INSIGHT OUT is an annual exhibition of artworks by young people of diverse genders, sexes, and sexualities (GLBTIQ). Some of the Art dispalyed is created in a series of photography and art workshops held … Continue reading

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‘..the word psychology when it is applied to art makes me want to reach for my revolver.’ –John Banville, ‘Making little monsters walk’ (p. 107)

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