on park(ing) in sydney

Passing on an interesting project happening in sydney, from their mail-out: SYDNEY URBAN PARK(ING) 1st of April 2008 King St, Newtown Somewhere between Church St and Enmore road Greetings, As most of you may be aware, this coming Tuesday (April 1) is Fossil Fools Day! This is a day being taken up by all kinds […]

on black locust seed pods, african olives and pointing at smaller ones

Autumn’s in full swing now, the temperature dropping while sunsets linger on in luminous displays. In you garden the old Robinia Pseudoacacia is dropping its seedpods, the few left which survived a year-round foraging practice of the resident Brushtail possums (Trichosurus vulpecula). The long branches were raided in several waves, for the young shoots first, […]

on touring whitlam’s weeds

Canterbury council is organizing a festival along the shore of Cooks River, in Undercliffe, Sydney: R i v e r w o r k s 2 0 0 8 Gough Whitlam Park Saturday 29 & Sunday 30 March Bayview Avenue, Undercliffe (2 minutes walk from Tempe train station) 10am-3pm both days As the organizers say […]

on the ones you didnt know

Autumn slowly draw the curtain at a humid and stormy summer, the forests of australia sprouting mushrooms at a rate not been seen from a while. So much rain we had in the past 8 months, more than many years’ averages. We went to the Belanglo State Forest, looking at the place you read about […]

on talks, other’s weeds and old pictures

You are giving a talk about your practice as part of the Artist’s Talks session in conjunction with the latest show: Saturday 8th of march, 4.30pm FirstDraft Gallery, 116-118 Chalmers St, Surry Hills, NSW You are grossly unprepared for this one, at the moment working full time installing Fiona Hall at the MCA, leaving little […]