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16 April

Replication, adaptation or mutation?

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Replication, adaptation or mutation?

Replication, adaptation or mutation? A few weeks ago, I was sitting on the studio sofa, tirelessly flicking through a selection of Australian terrestrial television channels. After a few minutes, I finally stopped on the image of an elderly man crouched amongst the flora and forna of the African terrain collecting ants in a small cylindrical glass tube. Shortly accompanied […]

3 April

“They just keep seeing one fashion of ‘unreal’ after the other, that passes as real.”

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“They just keep seeing one fashion of ‘unreal’ after the other, that passes as real.”

This quote hasn’t been peeled off one of the review pages of a computer game or film blog, but is taken from a Jack Nicholson interview conducted in 1980 by Stanley Kubrick’s then 17-year-old daughter, Vivian, documenting the making of ‘The Shining’. Aside from the usual shots of actors rehearsing their lines and cameramen setting up shots, there is […]

20 March

People are strange, when you’re a stranger

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People are strange, when you’re a stranger

The Doors said it best. “People are strange, when you’re a stranger”. After an intense couple of days working from a computer, I decided to get out of the studio and head down to the National Gallery of Victoria to go and see the current Jeff Wall show. As I bagan to walk through the cement […]