Roslyn Helper creates art exploring how our relationships unfold through our phones, from those post-first-date-heart-racing texts, to the weeping-alone-in-a-dark-cold-room final exchange of words.
With the release of Crazy Rich Asians and the subsequent landslide of think-pieces, Race Matters asks: does Asian representation in the media today cut it?
Our roving Arts and Culture reporters Michael Sun and Jadzea Allen caught up with Hannah Bronte, Daniel Kok and Asuna about their artworks for Liveworks 2018 at Performance Space.
Set against a backdrop of handmade costumes and colonialism, We All Know What’s Happening is an absurd, true story about Leonardo da Vinci, seagull poo, the Pacific and children in detention.
To celebrate 25 years of Indigenous filmmaking at Screen Australia Carriageworks hosted some of cinema’s best-known Indigenous filmmakers. Jack and André caught up with a few of the biggest stars.
The slightly absurd Sam Simmons yacks about his Yack Festival show ‘The Radical Women of Latin American Art, 1960-1985’ and whether or not you should procreate.