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The Interview:  Celebrating the Underdog! Words Fay Edwards From behind Maddie sits in an armchair, with her head turned towards the camera, flashing a smile underneath a spotlight during filming for PLATFORM Live. Find Crips & Creeps on Instagram and Facebook >> @cripsandcreeps My interview with Madeleine Stewart, the… Read More

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The Interview:  ‘Belonging’ with Jess Cook 107’s Managing Director Words Fay Edwards ‘Belonging’. It’s something I most strongly associate as being an academic concept studied during the dreary years of high school. But it’s a feeling that’s popped up throughout life, tracking me through years of uni, work, love and… Read More

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The Interview:  Finding human connection in a fast-fashion world: Leah Williams See more of Leah’s work at leah-williams.com or on Instagram @leahwilliamsofficial. Follow @_107objects to keep up to date with collab news and learn more about the behind-the-scenes of producing and designing your own collection. Visit objects.107.org.au to see more from our… Read More

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The Interview: Meet the illustrator who makes the GIF into an art form Interview Amy WillingImages Nancy Liang More info: Wynscreen | Cultural Capital Follow Nancy on Instagram @under_over_themoon Hi Nancy! What is it that you do? I create dreamlike images of urban landscapes and sleepy scenes of Australian suburbia. These images… Read More

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Sunny Brar: Painting the multicultural faces of Australia Interview Amy WillingImages Sunny Brar Photographer Sunny Brar has been capturing portraits since 2008. For Sunny, who has lived the experience of being an outsider, heritage plays an important role in a multi-racial society. That’s why he started Face, a project which will… 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: Jason Wing Not a curator, a collector of people. Words Amy Willing To celebrate the opening of our first exhibition for 2017, Blak Mirror, we sat down with its curator, Jason Wing, to talk about life, his influences, and what he has learnt in the process. Blak Mirror is the culmination of… Read More

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We Run This: How to Vote in the City of Sydney Council Elections 2016 Words Amy Willing The NSW Local Government elections are coming up on Saturday September 10. We know you’re busy, and you probably don’t have time to do the research – so we put it all together for you!… Read More

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The Interview:  Watch me now: Jess Miller Words Amy Willing It’s hard to sum up Jess Miller in just a few sentences. Here’s what I say when I try to explain to people who I’m interviewing: She’s pretty bloody awesome. She gets shit done. She’s somebody you need to… Read More

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The Interview:  Andrew Grant The artist & volunteer Words Amy Willing If you’ve ever visited us over the weekend, you might have said g’day to Andrew Grant. In 2013, Andrew held his first group show at 107, and he’s been volunteering behind the gallery desk ever since.If you follow him on … Read More

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The Interview:  Tom Keukenmeester Words Amy WillingImagery Elke Numeyer-Windshuttle Meet Tom Keukenmeester, Adelaide-born painter and illustrator, and the newest occupant of our south-east corner studio. Tom is mostly self-taught, developing his skills while travelling and living in New York, London, and Montreal. He returned to Adelaide in 2013, and… Read More

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We Run This: Reflections of a Creative Producer Words Natalie Wadwell Rigorous discussion broke out at the Giant Dwarf Theatre on Friday 27th May 2016 as a part of We Run This. Drawing on some the ideas of artist run initiatives from across the country, academics, policy advocates, artists and… Read More