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I picked this book up a couple of months ago while I was in Melbourne for a job interview. I’d been hanging around in a bookshop while I waited, and saw the book tucked away on a shelf to the side. 355 more words

Tinted Edges

Oversharing in the Digital Dark Age

What are the ramifications of a ‘digital dark age’ if decades of digital files are lost or unreadable, as was recently warned by internet pioneer Vint Cerf. 82 more words

Fenella Kernebone

Point Click Chat

In the era of selfies, cat memes and foodiegrams, we increasingly see the world through the photos we take, but how do photographs change the way we see ourselves? 218 more words


BULL Magazine - Issue Three

I am one of six student editors of the University of Sydney Union’s monthly BULL Magazine, which explores the intersection of pop culture, politics and identity through features and columns. 37 more words


Working Out and Gay Kookaburras

The best thing about living near the beach is that when I finally find the motivation to start going for walks again it’s a damn beautiful walk.  462 more words

NEW BOOK - Chinese Zodiac (Art & Australia)

With an introduction by writer Benjamin Law, the book explores the relationship between humans and animals, the East and the West, through a diverse set of artworks stylistically and conceptually inspired by the twelve animals of the Chinese zodiac, as well as accompanying written responses to each artist’s chosen animal. 244 more words


China up close - films, talks, exhibitions (ACMI, Melbourne)

“China has the world’s fastest growing economy which has triggered a dramatic transformation within Chinese society. China Up Close explores how this profound change has influenced Chinese moving image art and cinema through a deeply rich program of exhibitions, talks, live events and film.” 106 more words