Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Bye bye blogspot

Bake Sale have moved. Go here instead

Monday, November 29, 2010

Remember the Beep Test?

Head over to Catmeat + Candy for some updates from the Beep Test! Oh it's been a while, but isn't it time to relive some memories?

Thursday, November 18, 2010

So. What are you doing next Wednesday?

On an early (cheaper) flight from Brisbane, as I munched a weird lemon butter biscuit and surfed the in-flight radio, I hoped I could muster some energy for the last Liveworks show - Nightime: Spotlight; ladies and gentleman we are floating in space, not just to oblige Sarah Rodigari who had asked me to submit a response to the Live Art List Australia blog. Check it

What are you doing next Wednesday? Coming to see the Martyrdom of Emily Wilding Davison at the Red Rattler, 8pm. Event. Sweet poster Mitzi.

Sunday, November 7, 2010

Bad blogger

(Not sure if it was blogspot or my internet, but this was meant to go up last week..)

Thankyou Georgie for some nice tidbits on interesting ARIs
in Bristol. I'd love to see some pics or something on how Kansas turned out. I was thinking about going to the UK to do some study, maybe Roehampton or Aberystwyth, but I'm alarmed at the (alleged?) 80% cut to arts funding. Will these courses even still exist!?

Wasteland, photo; Lucy Parakhina

I can blame being a bad blogger of late on making a show for the 2High emerging art festival in Brisbane which is this weekend. It's called 'The 'Martyrdom of Emily Wilding Davison' made in collaboration with Rishin Singh, Sam Pettigrew and Finn Ryan. We'll also do it in Sydney alongside Mere Women, at the Red Rattler on the 24th Nov (a Wednesday), so come. The above photo is of Hoof and Antler's Wasteland which I had meant to write about, and Lucy kindly sent me some pictures, thus I am a 'bad blogger'.

In addition to the show, and working 5 days a week in a gelato shop, I thought I had time to volunteer for the current Performance Space season, something I'm glad of because I had the chance to be involved in David Cross's Hold. It is probably the most fun artwork ever. And an audience member left the installation crying because is was so beautiful. But I'm not supposed to talk about it! It's on till Saturday at Carriageworks.

I'm pretty sure I have some lycra to sew now, over and out.