MOUNTAINEERING & I HAVE FORGOTTEN MORE THAN YOU KNOW

Dealing with here and yonder, silence and shared utopias, the two exhibitions currently showing at Gaffa Gallery are like the sides of a canyon, the … Read more

EXHIBITION: MARLEY DAWSON – BOX OF BIRDS

In Newzild (that’s to Kiwis what Strine is to us), ‘a box of birds,’ is the standard reply to, ‘how are ya?’ striking a note … Read more

MOVIE: PONYO

The latest Hayao Miyazaki animation dives deep beneath the ocean’s surface for a tale based loosely on The Little Mermaid. Ponyo, with her flowing … Read more

EXHIBITION: SCENES FROM PARAMOUNT MOUNTAIN

It’s all about loops, the ways in which, “Ideas are stolen,” or chains of events set off by something as small as a cough on … Read more

THEATRE: THE LONESOME WEST

The Irish have a way with words; Wilde, Yeats, Joyce and Beckett ranking among their literary luminaries. And now, dwelling in a dirty out-house alongside … Read more

EXHIBITION: TRACE DISPLACED

Speaking on the phone to Welsh-based proponent of ‘akshun’ (the wily love child of visual arts and performance), Andre Stitt, is a little like recreating … Read more

EVENT: SAVE FIRSTDRAFT ART AUCTION

It’s Sydney’s oldest artist run initiative, where some of the best young artists have gotten their break. And it’s about to go down in smoke … Read more

DANCE: LEIGH WARREN’S SEVEN

According to Adelaide-based choreographer Leigh Warren, there’s a, “Prince in everyone, but you have to overcome your inner frog.” And by that, he’s not referring … Read more

MUSIC: DAVID HELFGOTT IN RECITAL

David Helfgott, the quintessential child prodigy, is primed for some time on a stage and a piano that his wife, Gillian, declared earned him, “the … Read more

MOVIE: CORALINE

There is no squeak of Disney in this so-called ‘family film’. Darker than the witching hour, with more surreal flourishes than a Dali and a … Read more