It was like we were in a club and it was good to know that this club could fill the seats of the Opera House. And that’s important, because it’s dark out there and sometimes we all need to “get together for a ridiculous, fun and boozy shin dig” (Opera House style).
Atong Atem is a Third Culture Kid. Born in Ethiopia, raised in Melbourne, her photographs are about the “space that exists between the culture we’re from and the culture we’re living in”.
“There’s a sense of pride that comes with being a part of something that is so true to its progressive ideals.” Nerida Ross reflects on what makes Hobart’s MOFO festival so unique.
zin is the love child of Harriet Gillies and Roslyn Helper. Just like the algorithm used to sort your Facebook News Feed, zin may very well understand you better than you know yourself.
Artist Jonathan Jones has created a mammoth sculptural installation called barrangal dyara, meaning ‘skin and bones’, to breathe new life into a forgotten moment of Indigenous Australia’s history.