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Talking Textiles Now featuring PAM
Screen Sect Presents, 'Primary Colours' (Mike Nicols, 1998)
Wondercore Island presents Swooping Duck residency with Jamil Zacharia
La Condesa cantina
'The Goat' at Clever Polly's
A simple key lime pie recipe from Camilla Clark
The Good Lighter
Pet Shop Girls x Dress Up 'Au Fait'
Yenti Home and Design
The Backstabbers, 'Shame'
A shoegaze mixtape by Lowtide
Guerre, 'Ex Nihilo'
Nothing Beside Remains
4 x 10
Hot bacon smoker
Festive DIY Burglar Alarm
An interview with Georgia Perry
Once and For All: How to use a semicolon, with David Astle
Once and For All: How to do a tumble turn, with Gary Simpson
Andrew McMillen 'Talking Smack: Honest Conversations About Drugs'
Smith Henderson, 'Fourth of July Creek'
Minicomic Of The Month Club 2014-15
Footscray Community Bike Shed
Bitter Orca Guitar Works
Cat Café Melbourne
Open House Melbourne
How to nail Christmas in July
The Young Ones launch
'What Follows Came Before' opening
4 x 10 at Slopes
Freaks and Geeks
MIFF Roundup Edition 3
Nothing Beside Remains
This is the fourteenth in Gertrude Contemporary's 'Octopus' exhibition series in which they invite leading curators to put together a show. Nothi...
Oh geez, how to even approach Nite Art? You could just walk around aimlessly and no doubt run into art, or you could go to Melbourne Uni for the always-great...
4 x 10
It's simple: four artists, ten minutes each. The four artists, Saskia Doherty, Nathan Gray, Simon Ellaby and Arini Byng, take their practices to the next...
In some dark, twisted Darth Vader / Luke Skywalker tone, the exhibition Either Side not only explores the relationships between art and its fathers, but the ...
Kah Bee Chow and Campbell Patterson, 'Their Destiny ...
There's an episode of the X Files where the lead character imagines his life as though he's in The Brady Bunch, so much so that he can conjure the se...
Brigit Ryan, 'Sans Pellegrino'
We've already seen the modern ruin (hello Buzzfeed posts on the infinite amount of abandoned spaces that will haunt you) but what of the ruins of spaces ...
Lauren Godfrey and Siôn Parkinson, 'Die Puffbrause, ...
Sparkling wine, that's what UK artists Lauren Godfrey and Siôn Parkinson use to respond to Eine Pinot Grigio Bitte, a scripted-but-not-filmed screenplay ...
West Space Fundraiser
Every year West Space hold their annual fundraiser so that we, some of us unitiated art collectors, some of us versed in the trade, can nab a piece of art fr...
Tom Williams, 'Portside'
“You tend to document events, phenomena, things happening,” says photographer and Wollongong native Tom Williams. “One day I drove down the...
Douglas Gordon, 'The Only Way Out Is the Only Way In'
Yes, Robert De Niro will be talkin' to you as you try not to hyperventilate in front of Douglas Gordon's Thour A Looking Glass. If not hyperventilati...
Sometimes a showstopper is your ex-lover turning up at a major art event to stare you in the face. Sometimes it's someone letting their bodily functions ...
Alice Mathieu and Madé Spencer-Castle, 'Object Quorum'
When, fifteen years ago, UK artist Mark Dion dredged the Thames in London, he dislodged some of recent history's weirdest doohickies. Flotsam from people...
Lifestyle as a concept is oft displayed through the medium of advertising and mass communications culture as something to be both inspired by and adhered to....
'Why Not Walk Backward'
Remember that time Duchamp “appropriated” Andrew Rankin's patent by putting a urinal in Alfred Stieglitz's studio after it got rejected f...
Courtney Coombs, 'In Pursuit of Magic'
Like most history, art history is dominated by men. Artist Courtney Coombs understandably has issues with this. But she also acknowledges her problems are cl...
Next Wave Guide For The Disorganised
We can see you flipping through those pages incessantly, trying to discern what to see at this iteration of Next Wave - breaking out in cold sweats when you ...
'Can we please play the internet?'
The internet has too many ways of operating and too much information for one person to process in a lifetime. I hear your 'duh's. But imagine if the ...
“The white cube is dead! Long live the white cube!” said no artist in the last five years because hey, we're not living in a French monarchy ...
Jack Mannix, 'Precious Metals'
Jack Mannix's (of Circle Pit and Drown Under fame) photography can oft conjure images of metal bands, majick and the inescapability of fragility. His new...
Aiden Morse and Anna Crews, 'En Suite'
Sometimes there's a level of intimacy in domestic life that you'd rather not encounter. Example: cleaning the drain in the bathroom sink after it sta...
Martina Copley and Michaela Züge-Bruton, 'At Dawn Th...
Way to go with a title of an exhibition that elicits the vibe of a certain Constellation Records band, Martina Copley and Michaela Züge-Bruton. But yes, I gu...
An interview with Oslo Davis
If I were to choose one local cartoonist who is named for a city founded around 1049 by King Harald Hardråde, at least nine times out of ten I'm going fo...
Alice Wormald, 'Ordinary Picture'
What may seem like Alice Wormald's modesty is actually David Hockney's. The title of her new show, Ordinary Picture, takes its name from one of his p...
Todd Anderson-Kunert, 'The Situation We're In'
If you're currently alive, you know the situation we're in. “One of being together, even when we're apart. It's a feeling of interrelat...
Stuart Ringholt, 'Kraft'
I have no idea why this exhibition is in our arts section because Stuart Ringholt told me he's “happy for it not to be viewed as art. I'm not e...
Grant Nimmo, 'Worm'
'Worm' has a lot of power for a word describing something without a nose, eyes or ears. Alternately used to mean parasites, mythological beasts like ...
Aphids present 'The Drive-In Project'
In a field not unfamiliar with eccentricity, Aphids can make the art world look staid. Creating collaborative projects including a Greek-inspired stationary ...
'Grown Man Business' at Monday Week Gallery
If you're wondering who to thank for Grown Man Business, some of your thanks should go to Lola Paprocka, the one who organised this photography book and ...
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