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Lachlan Herd’s Bioshperes  Words Sean MaroneyImage Andrew Perić The NOW now is a semi-regular festival of experimental and Lachlan Herd’s work, Biospheres, is in the window box until Sunday, April 9th. Sydney’s CBD sparkles with cash and its suburbs abound in red-bricked gold. It is a city narcissistically obsessed… Read More

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Here’s why we’ve opened a co-working space (and what you can do there) Words Amy WillingImage Paul Van Kan The Social Space is open as a co-working space from 11am, Tuesday-Sunday. Closed on Mondays. Our co-working space is free, but chuck a donation in our box and we’ll be extra grateful. We’re a… Read More

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The Interview:  Clayton Thomas: Keeping in touch with optimism Words Brittney MikrutImage Clayton Thomas In honour of all the work our curators have done to give artists an event to showcase their creativity, we sat down with Clayton Thomas to learn about him, his experiences and what he has done to… Read More

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Blak Mirror  Blak Mirror was curated by Jason Wing, a Sydney-based artist who strongly identifies with his Chinese and Aboriginal heritage. Exhibition Dates: 18 Jan 2017 – 29 Jan 2017 Blak Mirror was an exhibition featuring emerging, early career, regional, local and interstate multidisciplinary artists reflecting their view of Australian society… Read More

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The Interview:  Il combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda Words Amy WillingImages James Harney James Harney is the designer behind Il combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda, the stage backdrop for the opera of the same name. It is currently on show in the gallery until December 21. James is also a resident artist at 107. Read More

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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 what she does, and we think that’s something worth… Read More

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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 silk. Lately, she has been experimenting with natural dye. Read More

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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 it takes to start out on your own, how… Read More

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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 resonates deep from within ceramic vessels that resemble underwater creatures… Read More

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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, and we live amongst these stories every day. These stories… Read More