We’re welcoming in a new visuals segment ‘Bedtime Stories’ with multi-talented go getter Chelsea Sienna King.
Boston based photographer Dru Hetrick explores the honest, gritty nature of film photography. Her ever growing collection of cameras serve as tools, capturing glimpses of times and places throughout the USA and beyond.
VIVA! Nathalia Suizu
We had a chat to Nathalia Suizu aka NATSUI about her forthcoming debut solo exhibition VIVA!
We chat to Madalene Roper aka Gala Sphere about her vivid, dreamlike illustrations as an outlet from 9-5 life.
Ellis D – Making waves from The Netherlands to The UK
We have a to chat to Dutch illustrator Ellis D about her enviable practice across both the UK and the Netherlands – the 45 minute flight between the two, easier and probably cheaper than taking a flight from Melbourne to Brisbane.
Fiction, Faces and Fine Art – Writer and Artist Mark Chu
We caught up with the New York based writer and artist Mark Chu just as he put the finishing touches on his recent show OPUS at Abbotsford’s MARFA Gallery to get the scoop on his work, his past as a 15 year old pianist with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and the future in his multi-faceted career.
Happy Tuesday – Chelsea Tuesday
Melbourne based collage artist Chelsea Tuesday is set to unveil her first solo exhibition Happy Tuesday at The Old Bar on Tuesday the 6th of February.
Snug Succour – Katie Eraser
Australian, contemporary artist Katie Eraser is set to showcase her highly anticipated second solo-show titled ‘Snug Succour’ at Besser Space in Collingwood.
A Flower Each Month –
Opening today is Tegan Iversen’s second solo exhibition ‘A Flower Each Month’ at Montsalvat, Residents Gallery in Eltham.
Monkey Back – Ajay Jennings
Melbourne based artist, Ajay Jennings explores the topic of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome through image-making, opening a conversation about the often misunderstood chronic illness through his visual and written body of work titled Monkey Back.
Gemma Mahoney is making waves with her bold, experimental design solutions and strict work ethic.
Now Sound –
A Chat with Tobias Willis
TJ caught up with Tobias Willis, director of upcoming music documentary ‘Now Sound’, to talk Melbourne, music and the journey so far.