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Carmel Bird : Fair Game

September 8, 2019 |

Deep Trouble PODCAST

with Dr Mark Halloran

In conversation 2016 winner of Patrick White award for literature Carmel Bird, where we discuss her work Fair Game which examines the story of the first convict women who were settled in Van Diemen’s land, her … Read More

Rev. Dr. Chris Mulherin : Faith, Science & Climate Change

August 31, 2019 |

Deep Trouble PODCAST

with Dr Mark Halloran

In conversation Rev. Dr Chris Mulherin, the Executive Director of Christians in Science and Technology (ISCAST), we discuss the intersection between theology and the philosophy of science, what he believes the New Atheists … Read More

Our Bodies, Our Voices, Our Marks

August 8, 2019 |

Immigration Museum

until 6 October 2019

A suite of exhibitions and experiences exploring the art of tattoo, alongside themes of identity, self-expression, culture and community.

In order of appearance: 

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2019 COVER: From Paul Stillen’s Connected Bodies, Vess 2019. Photograph … Read More

Jenny Graves : The Genetics of Transgenderism

August 4, 2019 |

Deep Trouble PODCAST

with Dr Mark Halloran

In conversation with world renowned geneticist Professor Jenny Graves in regards to her work in sex determination, her infamous assertion that the Y chromosome is disappearing, as well as the evolution of the … Read More

Dean Cocking : Evil Online

August 3, 2019 |

Deep Trouble PODCAST

with Dr Mark Halloran

Moral philosopher Dr Dean Cocking discusses his book Evil Online, which examines the evil that is perpetrated everyday by normal people, primarily on social media. We discuss his theory of a ‘moral fog’, … Read More

Benjamin Gilmour : The Graveyard of Empires

August 2, 2019 |

Deep Trouble PODCAST

with Dr Mark Halloran

Deep Trouble Series 2 begins in conversation with award winning director, writer and paramedic Benjamin Gilmour in regards to his new film Jirga which was filmed on location in one of the most dangerous regions in the … Read More

SALON August-September 2019

August 2, 2019 |

Victor Rubin, Variation on Delacroix’s ‘Dante & Virgil In The Inferno’ (1822) – Louvre, Paris, 2018-2019, acrylic and collage on canvas, 122 cm x 153 cm. Points to View, Fox Galleries, 79 Langridge Street, Collingwood (VIC), 3 August – 3 … Read More

The David Roche Legacy

August 1, 2019 |

by Inga Walton

On an unassuming street in North Adelaide can be found one of Australia’s more recent, and arguably most lavish, house museums. The David Roche Foundation is the first private museum in Adelaide established without public funding, and … Read More

The Fashion Force

July 2, 2019 |

by Inga Walton

Krystyna Campbell-Pretty’s passion for fashion has endowed the National Gallery of Victoria with a substantial number of exceptional couture and prêt-à-porter ensembles, accessories, sketches and studio drawings, photography, fashion journals and supporting textual material over the last … Read More

Deep Trouble’s War on The Chaser’s War on the 2019 Election Result

June 9, 2019 |

In this SPECIAL EPISODE of Deep Trouble we interview Charles Firth of the Chaser. He offers an analysis of the state of play for the major parties in 2019, why the Labour Party lost the ‘unlosable’ election, as well as … Read More