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Taiwan 101

February 3, 2014 |


by Dmetri Kakmi


Ever thought of visiting Taipei, the capital of Taiwan? Didn’t think so. Neither did I, until my friend Ross invited me to join him there for New Year’s celebrations. It’s off the beaten track and … Read More

Georgia MacGuire: Healing Dresses

February 3, 2014 |


by Laura Skerlj


In the periphery of Eugene von Guérard’s painting, Mr. John King’s Station (1861), a gardener tends a border of roses. The pink flowers flicker amidst the virescent scenery. Nearby, Mr. John King himself watches on … Read More

Katie Noonan: Love is a Circus

February 3, 2014 |


by Steve Proposch


Way back in 1998 a little indie-pop band from Brisbane released their first self-titled album, George. The band included Katie Noonan on vocals and keys, Katie’s brother Tyrone on vox, guitar and keys, Geoff Green … Read More

Flesh Love by Photographer HAL

January 24, 2014 |

See how this awesome work by Photographer HAL, as featured on our December 2012 / January 2013 BIG Trouble front cover, was done.


See the whole Dec12/Jan13 issue on Issuu : 

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2012 Australian Ceramic Award @ SAM

January 22, 2014 |

Trouble magazine interviews winning artists in the 2012 Sidney Myer Fund Australian Ceramic Award at Shepparton Art Museum (SAM) in Shepparton Victoria. Music by Nigel MacLean

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Objects Moved – interview with Georgia Hutchison

December 16, 2013 |


by Kirsty Hulm


I first encountered Moved Objects, the new photographic book by Georgia Hutchison and Arini Byng at its launch at Mina No Ne, a spacious, light filled cafe in Collingwood. Everyone was very beautiful and decked … Read More

Conversations with the Black Square

December 16, 2013 |


Revisiting the art and theory of Kazimir Malevich through the sculpture of Gill Gatfield


by Jennifer Choat


“I HAVE fished myself out of the rubbishy slough of academic art,” Kazimir Malevich announced in 1915. The Russian artist … Read More

Sex Machine

December 2, 2013 |


by David Thrussell


The tubercular hiss of the aircraft filled my ears. In every direction my gaze bounced off textured moulded plastic, aluminium and sad beige carpet. The plane was full, its departure delayed by a handful of … Read More

55th Venice Biennale – Top 10

December 2, 2013 |


by Tiziana Borghese


Direct from Venice: On the 24th November the two principal venues which are the heart of the Venice Biennale closed, marking the end of one of the world’s major global art events. Over 300,000 visitors … Read More

Blood Sport with Tarryn Gill

December 2, 2013 |


by Naima Morelli


It is a matter of fact that sport in Australia is something serious. It’s so serious that the Stadium of Queensland decided to screen Tarryn Gill and Pilar Mata Dupont’s awarded video Gymnasium – featuring … Read More