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In Profile: Mulga

WHO are you?
My name is Mulga, actually it’s really Joel Moore but when I draw pictures I say Mulga did them, I like to be tricky like that. There is this actor in Hollywood with the same name as me, even the middle name, Joel David Moore, you may have seen him in Avatar and Dodgeball. I live in the south of Sydney with my wife and small children. I like to eat donuts.
WHAT is your work about?
It is about fun and making people smile and characters and beards and animals and humour and story…

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In Profile: Birdy Peacock

WHO are you?
My name is Megan Peacock although my friends gave me the nickname of “Birdy.” I am a photographer in Brisbane, Australia. My business name is Birdy Peacock.
WHAT is your work about?
My work is about many different things depending on the series you are looking at. My most recent series is called “Letting off Steam” and it shows the strong working body of dancers. The whole concept came about because I didn’t have professional lighting; I used my car lights to illuminate the ima…

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In-Profile: Emily McGuire

WHO are you?
I’m a sessional academic in undergraduate fashion theory subjects at QUT and I also have my own creative practice as a writer and artist.
WHAT is your work about?
My creative practice broadly focuses on the relationship between fashion and digital culture, and the ways in which this relationship shapes female identity in the 21st century. Specifically, I’m interested in the ways in which fashionable female identity is performed on Tumblr blogs through found fashion imagery and…

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In Profile: Cecilia Danell

WHO are you?
My name is Cecilia Danell and I am a Swedish visual artist based in Galway, Ireland since 2004. I studied painting at the Campus for Creative Arts & Media, Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology, so I see myself mainly as a painter, but also use other media in my work including installation and film.

WHAT is your work about?
I have an interest in analytical psychology and the works of Carl Jung as well as existentialist literature and cinema. The fine line between inner and …

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In Profile: Laureen Maschek

 
MM:WHO are you?
LM: I was born in 1981 in Germany in a small country village outside of Munich. As a small child I moved to Melbourne Australia. My mother was a fashion designer and dressmaker holding many fashion shows in the 80’s in Melbourne, I grew up watching her sew and create amazing, colourful leather clothing designs.
After finishing high school I went on to study Visual arts at Swinburne University and later was accepted in a Bachelor of Sculpture at VCA. Recently my visu…

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In Profile: Prins de Vos

In Profile: Prins de Vos

| December 30, 2013

  MM: WHO are you? PDV: My name is Prins de Vos. I am a 22-year-old photographer living and working in the Netherlands. WHAT the hell is your work about? My work is mostly about love and memory. I consider my pictures as extensions of my memory. WHEN did you realise you were in tune […]

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In Profile: Rachel Hazzard

In Profile: Rachel Hazzard

| December 24, 2013

MM: Tell us about your artistic background. RH: Well, last year I finished my Bachelor of Fine Art with a Major in Painting and this year I am preparing to do Honours. I am still developing a background within art but I have been exhibited several times in and around Brisbane and I was selected […]

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In Profile: Sarah Beetson

In Profile: Sarah Beetson

| December 20, 2013

Flamingo Socks || Illustrator: Sarah Beetson MM: WHO are you? SB: Sarah Beetson WHAT the hell is your work about? It is mostly concerned with the politics and perversities of popular culture, gender issues, defining fashion, and decaying typography. WHEN did you realise you were in tune with the right side of your brain? I’m […]

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In Profile: Marilena Vainanidi

In Profile: Marilena Vainanidi

| December 13, 2013

  MM: WHO are you? I’m Marilena, a girl from Greece. WHAT the hell is your work about? Τhe fear of growing up. WHEN did you realise you were in tune with the right side of your brain? When I was a child who wanted to escape reality and was hoping that games would last […]

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In-Profile: Adam Thomas

In-Profile: Adam Thomas

| November 20, 2013

MM: WHO are you? AT: I am Adam Thomas, a 19-year-old photography student from Brisbane. I wear a few different hats, such as: photographer, unprofessional scribbler of imaginary things, pretend lumberjack, sleepy teenager, etc. WHAT the hell is your work about? I’m still figuring that out. 19 is too young to have all the answers, […]

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In-Profile: Scott Hynd

In-Profile: Scott Hynd

| November 13, 2013

MM: WHO are you? I’m someone who loves to create. In the real world, my name is Scott Hynd and I’m a pop artist from Brisbane. WHAT the hell is your work about? In my work, I’m inspired by images from long forgotten tales of love, lust, and sorrow from vintage comics and romance novels. […]

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In-Profile: Antony Makhlouf

In-Profile: Antony Makhlouf

| November 11, 2013

MM: WHO are you? AM: My name is Antony Makhlouf. Who am I? I’m just a person who likes to express my points of view on the world visually. I primarily photograph staged tableaus, however I also enjoy incorporating the gestural qualities of painting with photographic print to create something that is unique and that […]

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In-Profile: Kylie Spear

In-Profile: Kylie Spear

| November 8, 2013

MM: WHO are you? KS: I am Kylie Spear- an emerging artist, writer, and curator currently based in Brisbane. I am also co-director of The Hold Artspace – a contemporary West End gallery that I run with my partner Luke Kidd. WHAT is your work about? Many things! But my current studio practice is concerned […]

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In-Profile: Kate Rampling

In-Profile: Kate Rampling

| November 6, 2013

MM: WHO are you? KR: I’ve been having an existential crisis over this question, so I’ll keep it simple! My name is Kate Rampling; I am a 22-year-old identical twin and photography student from Brisbane. WHAT the hell is your work about? I explore a number of themes in my work. I’m interested in the […]

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In Profile: Bonnie Connolly

In Profile: Bonnie Connolly

| August 16, 2013

MM: WHO are you? BC: I’m a visual Artist working with a range of different materials from mixed media to found objects and ceramics. My main idea is based on ‘chaotic balance’ highlighted in nature, in our existence and the mystery of the subconscious. WHAT the hell is your work about? My current works are […]

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