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 #010
Six planets, including Mercury, were in retrograde in September. But astrologers say retrograde is actually a great to take stock of what’s happening in the world relative to where we’re standing. So let’s take stock of what the FBi Radio airwaves sounded like last month according to Peter Hollo, Kristelle, Kana Frazer and Andy Garvey.
Review: Land Abounds
Combining the natural and synthetic, ‘Land Abounds’ highlights the conversation between contemporary art and tradition. Victoria Hall went to the exhibition and gave us her thoughts.
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.
Review: Skeleten’s Vivid Live show was almost too beautiful
Earlier this month electro wizard and multi-instrumentalist Skeleten brought a live band and visions of a sonic utopia to the Sydney Opera House’s studio room. We sent along Maria Dimitrakas to get amongst the Vivid Live action.
Glitter than this: A review of HTRK at the Sydney Opera House
“I was curious how this tender kind of introspective, hyperpersonal, and emotional music would translate into a public listening setting at the Opera House. After all, what does it feel like to play and/or hear ‘lockdown’ music in a room full of people?”
Highlights from rīvus: 23rd Biennale of Sydney
This years Biennale, rīvus, invites us to reflect on water and the bodies that rely on it. It tells a story of a water as a point of tension, conflict and resistance, as much as a life-force. FBi Radio arts and culture buffs Nadia Odlum Victoria Hall and Alexandra Jonscher visited the Biennale – here is what they saw.
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.
Self-Love in the Face of Climate Crisis: An SMS Review of Lizzo at the Opera House
We’re crying cuz we love Lizzo (or is it the crippling climate anxiety?).
Feature Interview: FKA twigs on harnessing the power of vulnerability
Tanya Ali talks to FKA twigs in the pop icon’s first interview since releasing Cellophane, and takes you through the majestic Sydney debut of twigs’ show Magdalene.