An underappreciated, vital medium, comics have slipped under the radar for most Australians who appreciate art. This exhibition features the insightful work of nine highly individual, contemporary artists from around the globe. Gabby Loo reviews.
The shock value of works like Manzoni’s 'Artist’s Faeces' relies on there being an established high-class/low-class separation in the art world which the artist can then disrupt. Harry Sanderson reviews.
Perth-based travel and music photographer Jarrad Seng (and 2009 Pelican Music Editor!) takes creativity and adventure hand-in-hand in his daring pursuit of both. Lately in Iceland scaling sheer black rock faces for art and larks, he talks to Nathan Shaw on his life before and after dropping out of Law school to find meaning and a high-profile career behind the lens.
A regular on a cut of Australian TV shows and active since the '90s, Akmal brought his cheek to the comedy-starved west last week as part of the Perth Comedy Festival. Monty Lloyd snorts with laughter and reviews.
Tom Durkin reviews 'Cats the Musical', hot off Lloyd Weber's London West End revival. You jellicle? Delta Goodrem had to look like a pert angelic judge of mediocrity on 'The Voice' so couldn't be a cat for Perth audiences, but that's okay. We don't need her.