New Yorker film critic Pauline Kael "wants you to unashamedly enjoy blood-spilling, cum-spraying, unapologetic trash," insists Ryan Suckling. "Not some dull, obscurely philosophical art film at Luna on SX."
With Hillary Clinton all but guaranteed to clinch her second campaign bid as the US Democrat's Presidential nominee, Jacob Mitchells investigates who within the party will be most likely in her top pick when the time comes to choose a running mate.
"A University is a nebulous institution which should contain institutional conflicts of opinion and ideology," argues Harry Peter Sanderson. "It’s a place of dialectical progression as a result of conversation and debate, not a sports team working towards one definitive objective."
"You could also think of opera as blue cheese - after all, they’re both forms of culture! You can talk about blue cheese all you like and you can present it to people while declaring it’s really fantastic. However, while some people will fall in love with it on their first taste, others will take some time to acquire the palate, and others will just always hate it."
Brad Cohen talks to Samuel J. Cox about his journey, vision and role as WA Opera's new Artistic Director.
What is our sub standard? Is every sub the same? Where is the Botticelli to my Sandwich Art world? To answer these questions, Fred Von Jorgs – foot-long merchant, scientician, and radical cultural thinker – takes us on a journey through the city and suburbs in this bold and explosive review of Perth's Subway restaurants*.
*not real restaurants
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.