Ceramics in the Absence of Clay: ‘How Do I Refer to You?’ Review 

Ceramic artist, educator, and NAS graduate Zane Edwards invited six ceramicists to make ceramic work without clay. A challenge for the artist, a nuisance for the art academic, ‘How Do I Refer to You?’ is a provocation posed to a ceramic cohort.

FBi Monthly Mixtape #012

Do you know what you should do with that oh-so-precious extra hour of time from the end of daylight savings this month? Bump the new Monthly Mixtape #012 of course! This time-shunting mix has everything from classic dance floor heaters to some fresh fem punk, and is the perfect accompaniment to your extra hour in the sun.

And Now For The Weather: Siteworks 2022

The story of how one newly reopened gallery mixes contemporary art, performance, digital spaces and weekend-long events to examine the realities of climate change, a global pandemic and our shifting relationship to the world around us.

1300 at the Sydney Opera House: An SMS Review

Korean-Australian hip hop crew 1300 took over the Sydney Opera House with their raucous energy and bilingual wordplay as a part of Vivid Live. Don’t fret if you missed out! The Snacc Pacc crew have got you covered with their SMS review.

Enter the Lightwell performance at Backspace SCA

When doomscrolling becomes doomspiralling: Enter The Lightwell review

Review of Ket Whiteley’s exhibition ‘Enter the Lightwell’ and how we understand Instagram as the new communal site of sigils, rituals, relics, expression, and spiralling.

Sydney Arts Post-Lockdown: 6 new art galleries open in 2022

Now that lockdown restrictions are easing, Sydney’s local arts community is coming back stronger than ever with six new galleries opening up around the city.

FIRST TAKE with Jack and André #02 – Rocketman

FIRST TAKE Ep 02 sees Sir Elton’s biopic ‘Rocketman’ send Jack & André into a San Pellegrino-fuelled existential crisis from which only one woman can save them.

First Take SFF2019

FIRST TAKE with Jack & André #01 – Sydney Film Festival 2019

FIRST TAKE is a new video series starring filmlordes Jack and André giving their unvarnished reactions to the week’s cinematic fare. First in the firing line is SFF’s 2019 program

Theatre Review: The Man With The Iron Neck

Written by Ursula Yovich, directed by Josh Bond and Gavin Robins, and presented by Legs on the Wall, The Man with the Iron Neck is a physical theatre piece about legacies of Indigenous suicide and of pushing on.

Home is where the _____ is: Geoff Sobelle’s ‘HOME’ helps fill in the blanks

‘Home’ directed by Geoff Sobelle for Sydney Festival is a spectacle of ridiculousness, chaos, repetition and deeply odd beauty.