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profiler may 20, 2015

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RT Profiler 10
RT Profiler 10

Profiler 10 addresses the political. Changes to arts funding, an apology to the survivors of immigration detention, environmental art from Queensland, preview of a public lecture on body art, plus more.

Arts Heist: Brandis' daylight robbery
Arts Heist: Brandis' daylight robbery

Keith Gallasch charges Arts Minister George Brandis' 2015 Arts Budget decisions with grand larceny.

PREVIEW: Waterwheel FLUIDATA
PREVIEW: Waterwheel FLUIDATA

See video from Brisbane-based Igneous' FLUIDATA, an immersive performance/installation about Queensland waterways, premiering 13 June

Draft Apology to the Survivors of Immigration Detention
Draft Apology to the Survivors of Immigration Detention

Caroline Wake proposes a national apology, to be delivered by a future Prime Minister of Australia, at the time of her choosing.

PROFILE: Bonemap
PROFILE: Bonemap

Cairns-based Bonemap elaborates on its vision for the integration of performance, media, audience and ecology; see excerpts from their 2014 work, Nerve Engine

PREVIEW: Musify and Gamify
PREVIEW: Musify and Gamify

Musify+Gamify's combination of performance and exhibition features developments in interactive design with talents as diverse as 7bit hero, David Kanaga and Ensemble Offspring

REVIEW: Castlemaine Festival
REVIEW: Castlemaine Festival

Kirsten Krauth is enthralled by choreographer Michelle Heaven's discombobulating In Plan at the Castlemaine State Festival

PREVIEW: Amelia Jones
PREVIEW: Amelia Jones

Leading American body art theorist to deliver a free lecture at the University of Sydney

FEATURE: RealTime Writing Workshop
FEATURE: RealTime Writing Workshop

Writers in an intensive RealTime reviewing workshop in Albury-Wodonga offer 4 perspectives on playwright Vivienne Walsh's powerful and poetic This is where we live.

FEATURE: Totally Huge New Music Festival
FEATURE: Totally Huge New Music Festival

Writing and mentoring, Matthew Lorenzon is in Perth for the 2015 Totally Huge New Music Festival; read the reviews as they come in, starting with Johannes Sistermanns' cling wrap installation Space/Pli.

PROFILE: Lawrence English
PROFILE: Lawrence English

With Lawrence English's Open Frame to premiere at Sydney's Carriageworks in July, read Gail Priest's 2014 profile of this leading Australian producer of exploratory electronic music.

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Cover image: (detail) Rihoko Sato, Saburo Teshigawara, Broken Lights performance © Wonge Bergmann, courtesy Ruhrtriennale, 2014. See interview with Beatrice Gralton, co-curator of 24 Fames Per Second.