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CATC Presents Spectrum

CATC Presents Spectrum

| July 25, 2014

Words by Matt Huxley YOU better go and support Brisbane’s up and coming creative photographers. the Creative Arts Training College, or CATC’s photography students are combining to present their works in a two part exhibition. The show, entitled “Spectrum” is comprised of two exhibitions, “Ultraviolet” and “Infrared.” These up and comers are the Testino’s of […]

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Crystal Morey: The “Great Acceleration”

Crystal Morey: The “Great Acceleration”

| July 24, 2014

Words by Michelle Cha WITH films like Blackfish and The Cove, and nature documentary programs, such as the popular David Attenborough series, people are more aware and educated about environmental and animal conservation and protection. Crystal Morey is a sculptural artist who focuses on the issues around nature, conservation, and the human impact on environments […]

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Interview: Diego Agulló

Interview: Diego Agulló

| July 24, 2014

Words by Khwezi Nkwanyana IN many ways Diego Agulló is my dream guy, he’s creative, intelligent, multilingual, and loves Michael Jackson. In other words, he is a catch! However, when he is not making my heart swoon, Diego is busy creating. From producing and directing art to writing about philosophy, Diego is always up to […]

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Mind Your Table Manners

Mind Your Table Manners

| July 22, 2014

Words by Michelle Cha GROTESQUE and disturbing works of art always have a special little place in my heart. I am enamoured by them and can’t help wonder the mind of artist behind such pieces. One artist I have always had a curiosity about is Israeli artist, Ronit Baranga. Her sculptures reveal a little bit […]

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Pop-Culture Icons Have Been Hipsterfied

Pop-Culture Icons Have Been Hipsterfied

| July 21, 2014

Words by Khwezi Nkwanyana HIPSTERS are everywhere! Those flannel checkered shirts, the untamed bearded men, the countless ironic t-shirts, and, of course, those freakishly hip geeky glasses have become key identifiers of the, so-called, hipster. These groups of individuals who classify themselves as a hipster have taken the art scene by storm. Go to an […]

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Light Me Up Baby

Light Me Up Baby

| July 17, 2014

Words by Michelle Cha DARREN Pearson is an American illustrator; his passion is light-sculptures which are created with the use of long exposure photography. The backdrop of his work feature various differing landscapes of California. The most amazing thing about his images is that none of them are photoshopped, what you see is Darren’s magic […]

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Joseph Szymanski Is A Dark Room Enthusiast

Joseph Szymanski Is A Dark Room Enthusiast

| July 15, 2014

Words by Michelle Cha JOSEPH Szymanski is a photographer based in San Francisco, and his work is shot entirely on a film camera with a strong emphasis on the production of the photograph giving life and soul to the image. Originally from south east Michigan, Joseph relocated to San Francisco to study a Bachelor of […]

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Glitch Out With Glen Clancey

Glitch Out With Glen Clancey

| July 14, 2014

Words by Michelle Cha GLEN Clancey is a Melbourne based artist currently studying at Monash University; he mainly works with acrylic paint, and digital film and images. His paint work was featured at the National Gallery of Victoria as part of the exhibiting high school students in 2013. Glen’s piece Can I Keep It? was […]

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LUSTING: Sally Spratt And Her Long List

LUSTING: Sally Spratt And Her Long List

| July 14, 2014

Words by Natasha Norford “IF I can’t have them, I’ll draw them.” The Lust List is the rather aptly named expression of artist Sally Spratt, lover of all things beautiful and utterly unaffordable. The platform, utlitizing the ever popular social media space that is Instagram, has attracted a following just shy of 40,000. It’s a […]

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Genderbent: The Life Of The Gender Non-Conforming

Genderbent: The Life Of The Gender Non-Conforming

| July 14, 2014

Words by Khwezi Nkwanyana THE discussion of gender can sometimes be a difficult one. There are an increasing number of people who no longer identify themselves with the current gender categories available in today’s society. Due to this, more people are ditching archaic views about gender identity being fixed. Thanks to a historically long struggle […]

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