Australian author Alice Bishop shares with us her experiences from the 2009 Black Saturday bushfires in her beautifully written debut book ‘A Constant Hum’. The book casts an honest light on the epidemic of global warming and seeks to challenge the gender stereotypes of ‘heroism’ following the aftermath of a natural disaster. Alice shares with us some of her favourite authors and how writing about something that is important to you is key! … More A Constant Hum: Alice Bishop
Khmer artist Nak Noy talks us through his current body of work ‘Connection’ which is showing at Tribe Gallery in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Through his incredibly detailed, authentic and powerful pieces he shares with us personal experiences relating to family, power and connection from growing up in a Cambodian village to now selling art all over the world! … More Connection: Nak Noy
Darek Fortas is a lens-based artist, who has exhibited work internationally. We chatted about his body of work ‘Coal Story’; photography as a subversive and abstract medium; and when he feels a project is truly complete. … More Politics and Aesthetics: Darek Fortas
Singer song-writer, Liz Lubega shares some of her pre-stage mantras; her dreams of owning a record label; and travelling the world with her music. … More Soulful sounds: Liz Lubega
How real is real when it comes to Photorealism vs Photography? How about you step into another’s mind to find out? Inspired by my chat with Ben Johnson. … More How real is real? Photorealism vs Photography
An insightful chat with figurative artist and sculptor, Felipe Chavez, where we spoke about life in black and white, homosexuality and the truth about being a “brand”. … More Life in black and white: Felipe Chavez
What hopes and dreams would you send out to the moon? what do you want to create?
Manifestation: inspired by my chat with Athena Anastasiou. … More Pink moons and road maps: manifestation