In which one defines oneself through one’s work […]
In which the struggle is made manifest, in a deceptively and beautifully simple film […]
In which a film rewrites history, and Tarantino gets his masterpiece […]
In which an orphan constructs herself a new identity, finding her independence in ‘Coco’ […]
Attended the National Day of Action for Same Sex Marriage, 1August2009; we started with a gathering at Town Hall and marched to Darling Harbour to hold a mass “illegal wedding” outside the ALP Conference. The same day, the Conference delegates passed a resolution to remove the definition of marriage as man+woman from the ALP platform, but stopped short of recognising any sort of union.
In which a city needs to make space for its artists […]
In which I stumble into the æther and explore Twitter, Facebook, and the always-on, always chattering future […]
In which even after a reboot, Star Trek is still Star Trek, and the future is full of white people […]
In which I discover that maybe Literature isn’t so bad after all, and might even be a new addiction […]
In which I find a city that isn’t a City, and only really exists in a dream of itself […]
Spent a week in Surfers Paradise in April 2009. This is a document of a sun-drenched and ocean-encroached city.
In which I pull together a long-overdue upgrade and redesign in the space of a couple of weeks […]
In which doubt turns to suspicion […]
In which I snap family, and play with light […]