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November 20 2012


small scale performance propositions

small scale performance propositions

The first time I saw Brian Fuata perform was, I estimate, around 1999. He was wearing a spangly dress, had an enormous afro and was declaring...
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brian fuata



May 08 2012


the experts project

everyday expertise

In The Experts Project Lara Thoms takes the idea of walking in someone else’s shoes to the extreme. She actually convinces people to let her come into their...
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lara thoms



March 06 2012


s.i.t.e (screaming in the everyday)

everything is noiseful

In the middle of Martin Place, Sydney, a woman in black, her face obscured by hair, lets out a death metal roar of apocalyptic proportions. She continues to...
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kusum normoyle



August 23 2011


the carousel

the roundabout of life and death

Culture-jamming duo Soda_Jerk is well-known for savvy video works that laugh in the face of copyright and tease audiences with media moments of...
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soda_jerk



June 28 2011


identity & mutability

shifting incarnations

Nasim Nasr’s art is about identity—her own in a new culture and how it is always changeable. “I see identity as a transient invention,” she says, “it...
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Nasim Nasr



April 05 2011


vertigo

beautiful fear

Typically, facing a fear of heights on camera involves a high octane and thrilling but fleeting collision of speed and adrenaline. There were no such quick fixes to...
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Fiona McGregor



December 18 2009


noise cancellation: disrupting audio perception

if walls had ears

Noise cancellation systems listen to the noise in an environment and produce the same frequency bands but with inverse polarity to eliminate unwanted sound. This...
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Cara-Ann Simpson



November 23 2009


the appointment

delusional therapy

As I descend into the darkened lower level of the UQ Art Museum to view Kate Murphy’s single-channel video installation The appointment (2009), a comforting...
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Kate Murphy



November 06 2009


special effects

suspended disbelief

Push open the door into the semi-darkened gallery space of video installation artist Sam Smith's latest exhibition, Special Effects, and a gigantic head...
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Sam Smith



October 26 2009


i fell off my bike

stacked

Alright I admit it. I do get impatient with the current plague of cyclists on the roads. But unlike Magda Szubanski’s recent remarks about taking them out with car...
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Isobel Knowles




you're not thinking fourth dimensionally
Jaki Middleton & David Lawrey

sweat
Branch Nebula

idea of south
Roger Mills

infestation
Penelope Cain

the discreet charm of the bourgeoisie robot
Wade Marynowsky

the real thing
Jordana Maisie

emerging artist
Sarah Firth

memory untitled
Dean Linguey

six women standing in front of a white wall
Little Dove Theatre Art