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Deep Trouble #3: Jennifer Byrne

October 5, 2018 |

with Dr Mark Halloran     Or listen on iTunes or Spotify

Professor Jennifer Byrne has spent her scientific career analysing childhood and adult cancers at a molecular level. Her PhD studies mapped loss of chromosome 11p15 loci in embryonal … Read More

Finding the Art in Phuket

October 2, 2018 |

A Drop in the Ocean

by Anthony S. Cameron  

The steel comes out of the forge the colour of straw and trapped in the liquid moment that has had me mesmerised for years. In the liquid moment, the steel … Read More

Deep Trouble #2: Tim Costello

October 1, 2018 |

with Dr Mark Halloran

Or listen on iTunes or Spotify

Rev. Tim Costello AO is the former CEO and current Chief Advocate of World Vision and a member of the Alliance for Gambling Reform. We first touch on his … Read More

Once More Down the Rabbit Hole

September 9, 2018 |

by Inga Walton

 

Down, down, down. Would the fall never come to an end! “I wonder how many miles I’ve fallen by this time?”, she said aloud. “I must be getting somewhere near the centre of the earth. Let … Read More

Deep Trouble # 1: Georgia Banks

September 8, 2018 |

with Dr Mark Halloran     Or listen on iTunes or Spotify

In this first episode of Deep Trouble we introduce the series and interview performance artist Georgia Banks regarding her work Please Tell Me What My Work is About, … Read More

My Monster: Animal Human Hybrid

August 9, 2018 |

RMIT GALLERY 29 June – 18 August 2019                

IMAGES IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE

COVER August 2018: Ronnie van HOUT, Sculpt d. Dog 2001, print on archival museum rag paper, 81 x … Read More

Frogs but few Princes

August 8, 2018 |

REVIEW: The Geelong Contemporary Art Prize 2018 9th June – 19th August

by Alexandra Sasse  

In looking at art, sometimes you have to kiss a lot of frogs to find a prince. That moment when the object you … Read More

Patterns of Collecting

August 8, 2018 |

by Holly Barbaro  

Stepping across popular memory, generations and continents, even our most humble of collected possessions can be imbued with great value. Patterns of Collecting: From the Bower at The Johnston Collection reveals the secret life of our … Read More

Finding the Art in Phuket

August 6, 2018 |

The Art of Letting it Find You

Anthony S Cameron  

I’ve seen some decent circuses in my time, but nothing conjured up in a big tent can compare to the daily human circus that is Phuket. Humans on holiday … Read More

SALON July 2018

July 11, 2018 |

COVER JULY 2018: Penny BYRNE, I Heart Nauru 2017, repurposed porcelain figurine, enamel paints. H x 140mm W x 90mm D x 90mm. Image credit: Matthew Stanton. All We Can’t See: Illustrating the Nauru Files, part of Melbourne Art … Read More