July 2018 | Nadia Odlum NAVIGATION series | No Trespassing - Molly Wagner
“I only went out for a walk and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in.” - John of the Mountains: The Unpublished Journals of John Muir, conservationist… read more.
May 2018 | Peril | One Point Five: Reflections on Chindia
The following is a conversation that occurred online between Sydney-based creatives, Sasanki Tennakoon and Tian Zhang in the weeks following their experience of Chindia. Both consider themselves 1.5 generation migrants, born elsewhere and migrating to Australia when they were quite young, and reflect on their own experiences through the scope of this project… read more.
January 2018 | Catalogue Essay | Mundane & Myth - Terhi Hakola & Paula Ngu
Humans have long been fascinated with mortality. Specifically, our own. A guaranteed and inevitable truth from the day we are born… read more.
August 2017 | Blacktown Arts | INTERVIEW: Naomi McCarthy & Shirley Daborn
Naomi McCarthy and Shirley Daborn received the Pat Parker Memorial Residency in 2017 which provides funding for artists that focus primarily on engaging with Blacktown communities.. .read more.
June 2017 | The Ladies Network | INTERVIEW: Big Thief
When we caught up with front woman of Big Thief, Adrianne Lenker, it was the eve of their LP launch for Capacity, between dinner and a night of preparation – all the stuff that happens offstage and outside the recording studio, the invisible labors... read more.
June 2017 | The Ladies Network | INTERVIEW: Justine Muller
Artist, Justine Muller, hasn’t stopped since graduating from National Art School in 2007. She has spent most of that time on the road, had several solo exhibitions in Sydney and been exhibited as part of the Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize (2015), Dobell Prize for Drawing (2013) and more recently as a finalist in the 2016 Macquarie Group Emerging Artist Prize among others... read more.
June 2017 | Blacktown Arts | INTERVIEW: Leanne Tobin
Leanne Tobin is the recipient of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Creative Residency in 2017... read more.
May 2017 | The Ladies Network | INTERVIEW: Gussy
Applying the word versatile to Gussy is almost an understatement of their breadth and depth of knowledge and understanding – not just about the world of music, but the world at large... read more.
May 2017 | Blacktown Arts | INTERVIEW: Sarah Dahia
In March we met with one of our 2017 Creative Residents, Sarah Dahia, to see what she’s been creating at the Main St Studios as she reconnects with her artistic practice... read more.
February 2017 | The Ladies Network | INTERVIEW: Julie Kerr
Music Love is the recently launched brainchild of Aussie singer-songwriter and producer, Julie Kerr. The website celebrates females in the music industry from producing to performing and everything in between... read more.
December 2016 | her.curious | INTERVIEW: Madeleine Mikhail
Keeping it short and sweet with business owner, entrepreneur and all round babe, Madeleine Mikhail... read more.
November 2016 | her.curious | INTERVIEW: Laura Jade Hindes
The word ‘ephemeral’ was probably invented to describe creative explorer, Laura Jade Hindes, who has been embracing the globe in 2016... read more.
November 2015 | her.curious | INTERVIEW: Monika Viktoria
I may be biased as I have known Monika for almost two decades, but I have always been impressed with her talent and skill in illustrating and crafting... read more.
October 2015 | KULTURE | REVIEW: Fresh Meat vs Old Favourites: Waitlisted
September 2015 | her.curious | INTERVIEW: Fiona McDonald
Undeniably, Fiona is one of the most down to earth, accommodating and generous people you might ever encounter. Even when things go pear shaped, belly up, Fiona maintains (at least on the outside) an air of calm and pragmatism that I am somewhat envious of... read more.
August 2015 | her.curious | INTERVIEW: Taryn Malzard
Taryn can usually be found in one of three places: her gorgeous studio on the same land as her re-purposed schoolyard house; Hawkesbury Regional Gallery as their gun public programmer and installer; or scaling the face of a giant rock... read more.
June 2015 | RAVEN Contemporary | REVIEW: Go East at SCAF and AGNSW
Go East: The Gene & Brian Sherman Contemporary Asian Art Collection and Yang Zhichao: Chinese Bible are the results of an ambitious collaboration between the Art Gallery of NSW (AGNSW) and long-time philanthropists and art collectors Gene and Brian Sherman... read more.
May 2015 | RAVEN Contemporary | REVIEW: Tony Albert - Rewriting History
It was a history making moment when Tony Albert became the first Aboriginal person selected as an Official War Artist by the Australian War Memorial, and history is exactly what Albert’s solo show at Sullivan + Strumpf is all about... read more.
May 2015 | her.curious | INTERVIEW: Anne Marie Taberdo
We took a virtual five with ice sculptor and motivated maven, Anne Marie Taberdo while she was on a whirlwind visit to Sydney to reconnect with family and friends after parting ways with Icebox – the ice sculpting company she’s been working for in the U.K for the last few years... read more.
April 2015 | RAVEN Contemporary | IN BRIEF: George Hathway, We
April 2015 | her.curious | INTERVIEW: Georgina Hathway
Georgina Hathway (better known as just George) is a London-based painter living in Sydney for a brief spell to, as she calls it, bash out some work... read more.
September 2014 | RAVEN Contemporary | INTERVIEW: Deb Mansfield
The first half of 2014 has been something of a whirlwind for Australian photomedia artist Deb Mansfield. Whilst uprooting her Sydney life to take up a permanent post lecturing at Newcastle University, Mansfield has participated in solo and group shows at Firstdraft and Breezeblock, Sydney and Sawtooth ARI, Launceston amongst others... read more.
May 2014, Elephant Journal | Poem | What Hindsight Begets
April 2014 | Elephant Journal | Reflection | The Things I Can't Say
December 2013 | Hoku | Guest Post - Five Tips for Female Solo Travellers
April 2013 | Scum Mag | Opinion | On Knowing You Are Going To Be The Crazy Old Cat Lady
I wouldn’t say I’m resigned to this fate. I chose it out of a line up of Married With Children, Happily Dating, Casual Open Relationship and Bitterly Divorced. I’m not averse to The Relationship; in fact I’m considerably more open to it than to consuming ricotta at any given time... read more.