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normal

normal is about seeing the world through the perspectives of difference. like Cubism twisted Realism, ‘normal’ goes beyond the mainstream to the core of us: the personal experiences, the secret perceptions of us, the difference of us, all artfully rearranged. what we know about ‘normal’ is that earlier this year TV Boot Camp came to town driven …
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pd dispenser #3: personal projects

righto outta the slot next is Ji Lee speaking at the 99% Conference. by day Ji is the Creative Director at Google Creative Lab and by night/in his spare time (?!) he’s an artist and creator of some incredible projects. Ji has worked with some huge companies but has maintained his own personal practice. this leads …
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underground cinema

last weekend a mate and i traveled back in time (1940s) to attend the latest underground cinema and it was totally fabulous… we had our fur capes, wide-legged pant (me) and pencil skirt (her), rosebud lips and perfectly coiffured hair (well my mate Lynden did anyway). so we were done, the rest was up to …
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gertrude street projection festival 2010

yum is very excited that erin, our creative director will be presenting work at this year’s Gertrude Street Projection Festival. all along Gertrude Street, between Nicholson and Smith Streets, the exterior surfaces of buildings, footpaths, walls, windows and laneways become one big gallery for the projected image. you can access the gallery by walking, riding, …
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semaphore is live

semaphore is a sumptuous eclectic mix of media based by photography. the works explore issues of communication, signal and signage. it is the work of emma stoneman and erin mccuskey and its now open at two locations: existing in hard copy on platform 2 at the ballarat railway station and on the bus bay lydiard …
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semaphore – we want you

where you going? what you doing? what’s the message? tell me by @semaphore_art or comment below… semaphore is an expose of communication as a sent message. responding to the question begins the connection. as we move from an industrial society to an information-based one the method of sending the message has evolved and morphed over …
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