Sonic Electric played at Testing Grounds last night, and captivated us with their public kitchen performance. They wielded cheese graters, wizzed egg beaters and snapped jaffle irons to the unruly rhythm of their femininity. A cacophony of sounds, synchronized rubber gloves and boiler suits, this synthetically silver haired mob certainly inspired us to look at […]Read more "Sonic Electric"
A big shout out to Brendan McKnight at Frankie magazine for ‘picking my name out of the hat’ for their subscription prize draw today! Legendary!! Thank you so much to all those amazing brands and businesses who contributed to THIS WHOPPING LOUNGE ROOM PRIZE: Grandfather’s Axe Model No. 143 Kip & Co Retrojan Swiden Design […]Read more "Thank you Frankie!"
Julia Holden, one of New Zealand’s prolific professional story boarders, and Elam School of Fine Art’s painting graduates, has an amazing new work ’38 days’ on at No Vacancy. Julia currently resides in Christchurch following her intensive post-grad study at Monash University. No Vacancy invited her back this winter for a solo show at the […]Read more "Julia Holden – No Vacancy"
Pippa and I collaborated in the show Envirotten at c3. Her work addresses the idea of shifting materiality and the presence of the ‘formless’ in sculpture. She often applies the concept of ‘fluidity’ to her work, as it not only embodies the economy of materials she uses but also the capturing of gesture within static mediums. […]Read more "Pippa Makgill – Artist"
The inaugural YouTube post from Melbourne-based spoken word poet and Whale enthusiast Kirsti Whalen. This piece is in the totally bizarre-o/awesome maximalist style, pioneered by DarkwingDubs. Video by Jeevika Rajagopal. For more work by Kirsti Whalen go to: http://kdawgk.com/Read more "Kirsti Whalen – Poet"
RobotRock Exhibition, Blue Tile Lounge, MelbourneRead more "Rob Melia – Illustrator"