Preview :: Art Month
You thought it was March didn’t you? WRONG. It’s Art Month. And here’s a little of what it has on offer…
Preview :: WITNESS
Astral People have started a new party series that showcases left-field club music from home and abroad. We’ve put together 4 reasons why you should witness WITNESS.
Review :: King Lear @ Sydney Shakespeare Festival
How now good fellow? The Shakespeare Festival is back and deliciously tragic as ever…
Preview :: The Financial Report
Do we demonise art made for money? Andrew Pople investigates the tortured artist in the money-market at ‘The Financial Report’
Interview :: Into Thin Air
The world is ending and we are to blame! Sibling artists, Lauren and Hannah Carroll Harris explain the affects of ‘eco-anxiety’ and ‘global dread’ and this emotional state that has inspired their current exhibition.
Preview :: The Listening Museum
Ensemble Offspring and Clocked Out are filling a church with strange sound installations involving ping pong balls and kinetic sound-generating objects. If this doesn’t bring people back to weekly worship, we don’t know what will. Jason Noble tells Pat Dempsey more.
Interview :: Jacqui Dean on ‘Translucence’
Jacqui Dean’s first fine art exhibition ‘Translucence’ reveals the hidden aspect of a flower’s beauty using x-ray and digital imaging to illuminate their interior structures. The Flog’s Gemma Piali spoke to Jacqui Dean.
Preview :: Flying Solo – Julian Henderson
Forests, patterns, animals, and OCD… Julian Henderson, one of the artists that made FBi’s infamous board-room mural, gives us a sneak peak at his first solo exhibition.
Preview :: Shady Lane OAF residency
Electronic pop trio and local lurves Shady Lane are taking up residency at Oxford Art Factory this Feb – and to celebrate, they have released a new clip for their sweet psychedelic tune ‘Happy Without Controls’. Take a dive and see it for yourself!
Preview :: Society
Once upon a time a locksmith opened up shop at 6 Botany Road Alexandria. At some point they or more likely […]