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On reenacting ‘Dream Merchant’

What is more pornographic, a display of flesh or the deliberate and often violent oppression of people’s sexuality lives and loves for the sake of political points scoring? Dream Merchant was a collaborative performance resulting in a series of photomedia […]

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Panel Beating: Make! Art! Now! TINA 2016

A new TiNA 2016 initiative bringing together the Crack Theatre Festival, National Young Writers’ Festival and Critical Animals, Make! Art! Now! called for participants to perform one of three tasks: 1. Write 2. Perform 3. Critique The performers (Kevin Ng, […]

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Angela Garrick on Artlands 2016

Examining the pressing issues of contemporary art and society from a regional perspective, Artlands 2016 placed emphasis on the importance of art work and practice throughout all areas of Australia. The theme of Regeneration considered the role of art as integral in facilitating relationships, […]

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Salote Tawale on LA2016 Sydney: FMX

Sizzle,sizzlethefirstsetofskewersareplacedontheBBQandSezzoSnottheHostwarmsupthenightwithsomeRoxanneShanteandthatwasthefirstsignthatthiswasgoingtobeasatisfyingtwoevenings. What would a feminist methodology sound like? Empowered captivating orators, a manifold of voices with varying perspectives and, of course, some rad music and a couple of feminist dance parties. All images are Liquid Architecture FM[X]: What Would a Feminist […]

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Sian McIntyre & Laura McLean on Tribunal

‘Truth is what you see, truth is what you hear, truth is what you speak’ Yuan Senior Law man Uncle Max Dulumunmun Harrison Tribunal, a critical participatory performance project instigated by 2015 Griffin Studio Artist Karen Therese, opened on Saturday […]

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IN RESPONSE: A SPACE THAT IS DESIGNED TO END

As Part 2 of our ongoing blog series on the ecologies of Australian Artist Run Initiatives, we’re hoping to stimulate further conversation, reflection and debate. We’ve asked all the contributors from Part 1 to create a response to the contributions of […]

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In response: COMMUNITY, CRITICALITY AND PLAY

As Part 2 of our ongoing blog series on the ecologies of Australian Artist Run Initiatives, we’re hoping to stimulate further conversation, reflection and debate. We’ve asked all the contributors from Part 1 to create a response to the contributions of […]

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In Response: Strength in ARI Diversity

As Part 2 of our ongoing blog series on the ecologies of the Artist Run Initiatives, we’re hoping to stimulate further conversation, reflection and debate. We’ve asked all the contributors from Part 1 to create a response to the contributions […]

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