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Greetings from London town by Ben Laycock

July 2, 2013 |

We land in London in the depths of winter, amazed to see throngs of cyclists, covered from head to foot, merrily riding in the rain. It turns out Red Ken Livingston has slapped a 5 pound congestion tax on the … Read More

Greenwish #16 designs by Horse

July 2, 2013 |

Power Shoes As if walking doesn’t have enough elephant stamps when it comes to the environment, a researcher at Louisiana Tech University has now designed the ‘Piezo Power Shoe’. It contains a tiny generator in its sole that can charge … Read More

Stralian Stories – Wild White Men: living between cultures by Neil Boyack

July 2, 2013 |

Throughout the invasion/colonisation of this country there have been numerous instances where Aboriginal people have assisted, supported, guided, and rescued white explorers, convicts, bushrangers and children.  Often this assistance has come through a sense of graciousness that is aided by … Read More

ACTease by Courtney Symes

July 2, 2013 |

What do your possessions say about you? Imagine that a collection of your favourite items, including paintings and drawings you created, clothing, furniture and other precious mementos were locked away in a room for fifty years before being uncovered to … Read More

Skull Movies Scene IV: Set your brain on automatic by Robin Pen

July 2, 2013 |

The light is harsh and glaring in the void of space, and the music is hollow, full of portent, and a tragically obvious Holst rip-off. The semio-exploratory craft Spare Me The Crap moves slowly through the exergeze, plying the un-space … Read More

Melburnin by Inga Walton

July 2, 2013 |

LOL: Laugh Out Loud at Latrobe Regional Gallery (until 15 September, 2013), curated by Fiona West and Maria-Luisa Marino, brings together nineteen works by eleven artists to explore a central feature of the collective Australian identity. The works were selected … Read More

Nicholas J Johnson: Swindling the Swindlers by Stuart Beekmeyer

July 2, 2013 |

Nicholas Johnson is a comedian, a magician, and a con artist who loves to prank the pranksters. At the Melbourne Comedy Festival last April, his show, Today Tonight, Tomorrow the World, told “a personal story about my own experiences working … Read More

Circus Oz – Cranking

July 2, 2013 |

 

by Stuart Beekmeyer

 

If you told me two months ago that I would be a little bit gaga about Circus Oz I wouldn’t have believed you. Firstly there’s no way in hell you would catch me at a … Read More

Dear Dreamboat

July 2, 2013 |

A man appeared in my kitchen. We started talking. He was striking, with a well-defined mouth and unruly black hair. We were lured outside by noises of a crowd. Fascinated, I wandered away from the house. On the way back … Read More

Melburnin by Inga Walton

July 1, 2013 |

The tenth anniversary installment of the National Gallery of Victoria’s immensely popular Melbourne Winter Masterpieces initiative, Monet’s Garden: The Musée Marmottan Monet, Paris (until 8 September, 2013), includes fifty-four paintings, photographs and selected artifacts from the Musée Marmottan, with an … Read More