Yesterday Tomorrow Here Today / a year’s end

"...you start and you have to finish somewhere. And my time to finish..." - excerpt from Yesterday Tomorrow Here Today And here I am, back in Adelaide, and Plenty opens tonight. My last project for 2018, and I am in excellent company. And I have so much respect for Toby Chapman. He's put together a… Continue reading Yesterday Tomorrow Here Today / a year’s end

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Exhale

I'm writing this from Bendigo. One week since Dan and I pitched Salt Water Bay in person. Three since the submission of all the paperwork, and my housewarming heartwarming party. Two months and a week since I've been in this home. Four months and a week since the marriage ended. The "and a week" makes… Continue reading Exhale

拿得起放得下

Three months. And I have nothing eloquent to say except to keep charting time. I’ve mostly been working 7-day weeks - Salt Water Bay, TNA, planning my solo projects (of which there are a few on the boil), freelance work, life admin, and being on top of my little home. I’ve done well to make… Continue reading 拿得起放得下

In ways possible

In the middle of my year at VCA back in 2010, in my youth/self-doubt/feeling like a fraud-questioning my training, my practice and the lack of - and all the things that whirl about in your brains and body as a post-grad, I asked the wonderful Leisa Shelton, “is concept form?” She answered, “Do not give… Continue reading In ways possible

New/old collaborations | DK&JL

Dan Koop and I are working together again! We have begun delving into a weekly practice to create new work - and we’ve already had some wins. FLUX-KIT-MEL has been launched as part of National Gallery of Victoria MEL&NYC program. This collaboration is underpinned by our relationship since The Stream / The Boat / The Shore / The Bridge,… Continue reading New/old collaborations | DK&JL

Reflections from Future Leaders Residential 1

Trying to keep up the practice of reflective writing is an endless repetition of writing about how you’re going to try to keep writing. Alas, here we go. Try again. I’ve just returned from the first residential of the Australia Council Future Leaders Program. There were 26 of us in this year’s cohort. Of the… Continue reading Reflections from Future Leaders Residential 1