36 hours of solitude; slowing right down

In what looked like my first real weekend since the start of February, I gave myself 36 hours of solitude. This decompression was long overdue. We've seen the list of things I got up to in the last four months. I finally bounced back from that mystery virus 15 April, and immediately, things were non-stop… Continue reading 36 hours of solitude; slowing right down

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

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