The 62nd Sydney Film Festival has released a delectable program of over 250 films across 60 countries. We’ve managed to sift through the incredible selection and picked out a few goodies for you.
George Egerton-Warburton steals a video camera, presses record, and begins a mad dash through Rome. This video footage is both the highlight and the defining work of Che Cosa! – an exhibition curated by David Capra for Wollongong Art Gallery.
Duality is a new exhibition at Firstdraft by Alexandra Clapham and Penelope Benton. In this exhibition, the artists explore a negotiation of their relationship as both partners and collaborative artists, and what you see is the weird, contradictory state of two distinct people trying to understand how to work together as one.
Connecting each work in An Imprecise Science is the overarching theme of how our behavior feeds back into our experience of life, with the result that the performer and the viewer are affected in different ways. In one video at the exhibition, the band performs one song non-stop for six hours, nine minutes and thirty-five seconds.
It’s not all about the parade: here are our picks of the city-wide Mardi Gras festival calendar, from photography exhibitions and indie theatre to erotic readings and a special Jurassic Lounge at the Australian Museum.