the 107 Blog

  • Common money mistakes made by young professionals – and how you can fix them Words by Ben Nash I met a new client the other day and it got me thinking about some of the most common mistakes people make when
  • The Interview:  Still translating, always challenging Written by Emma-Kate Wilson Bronwen Williams & Clare Powell Bronwen Williams and Clare Powell interrogate the relationship between materials and lived in space. Hanging clothes, TV screens, and mini shell bath tub all create
  • Review:  The Big Bruise @ Montague Basement Written by Claire Deakin Photography by Omnes Photography The Big Bruise is not one to mince its words (or visuals, for that matter). Shuffling into the quaint theatre space, we are welcomed by Saro Lusty-Cavallari,
  • The Interview:  110% Written by Chloe Mandryk HASTHAGWINNING is a group exhibition about our feelings; or how we perceive and celebrate success. It’s on view until 2 April at The Bearded Tit in Redfern, Sydney. The participation awards go to
  • Keep Sydney Open rally gets diluted response from the media Words by Claire Deakin Just a few weeks ago, Keep Sydney Open hosted its part-rally/part-gig against Sydney’s lock out laws. As one among an estimated 10-15 thousand protesters, I couldn’t help but
  • The Interview:  Jess Cochrane Jess Cochrane is a lady who will soon need no introduction. Her work has appeared in Yen Magazine, and been nominated for the National Graduate Show at PICA, Perth. She’s also a rad human who rocks at
  • Fennesz + Lillevan, collaborators in sound It’s hard to find anything about Christian Fennesz online. At least, beyond the usual – born in Austria, working in Vienna, and known for his wide-ranging collaborations with sometimes unexpected artists. The 53-year-old guitarist and
  • Contributor Callouts: Come write with us! We’ve made a start, but we want your help to make the 107 blog the place to go for local arts news and interesting reads. 107 Projects is a not-for-profit, artist run space located in the
  • Designfor good Iva Pfeiffer The shelves in Iva Pfeiffer’s sewing room are stacked with neatly folded fabric samples, bundles of wool, and possibly every craft book ever written. There are books on bobbin lace, on embroidery, on weaving fabric from
  • The Interview: Jamie Woodbridge Jamie Woodbridge is a tech enthusiast and product developer who has worked for companies in Britain and Australia, most recently Google. Cahoots is his first attempt at a startup. We had a chat to Jamie about what
  • Fishy Solo Exhibition Amaya Lang 22 Apr 2015 – 3 May 2015 From experimentation with the ceramic form and improvised sound emerges an unconscious depiction of an environment that is strangely familiar yet inherently imaginary. The rhythmic and melodic soundtrack
  • Tjukurpa, Ngura Kupilitja-Nguru “We are telling the stories with our cameras now. We’re doing this because Anangu Tjukurpa or the stories of our Dreaming, they are not fairy tales. They are the stories of our country, they are true stories,