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

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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

2017

These are a few things I am working on/researching/investigating/pursuing/practising this year: The Artist as Driver / conversations with independent artists on culture and the arts in Australia. The Artist as Driver / mentoring with Nicole Beyer and Theatre Network Australia. Lunch-bar-art-space. Housing security for Ben and I/artists. 来,吃饭(Come, eat) II in the City of Darebin… Continue reading 2017

He said, she said…

One thing that has surfaced in the conversations so far that has left me pleasantly curious is our perception of time. "I think that 5 years is a really long time in this world..." "5 years doesn’t seem that far away…" In context, the question I actually do ask is: Do you think that in… Continue reading He said, she said…

In residence / leaving things behind

Some months ago, an Uber driver told me about the greenhouse he was building in his backyard so he could grow bananas here in Melbourne. It wasn’t the bananas he was after, no, not exactly. It was the banana leaves. Having moved here from Chennai with his wife, they have a young child. He works… Continue reading In residence / leaving things behind