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11 September 2020 |

I was in this amazing interview experience for a new street-theatre oral history called The Lion Never Sleeps. Thanks to Noemie the director and creator who made this incredible audio journey that takers the audience on a live walk through the inner-city streets of Northbridge in Perth, Western Australia. They have re-created the stories of the people who were there (life me), and how we survived the AIDS Crisis in the 1980s. 
Here's a a litte from a review in the LGBTIQ press:
An online presentation of this piece is coming together at some time, and I will post a ...Read more>

31 January 2020 |

Fathers and sons have complicated relationships. When my father died two years ago it was a shock to discover that my identity was so tied up in performing for others. All my multiple identities required me to wear masks as I was adopted- or co-opted- into supporting their identities. I lost myself. A bi-racial dual citizen of many cultures, I’ve discovered that being ‘mixed up’ can be a strength when the performance of my identities fall apart. Here  The Furies , from Greek tragedy, and symbols from my faith and cultures express my journey of rebuilding my identity ...Read more>

23 January 2020 |

Australia is experiencing a horrific climate disaster in the form of savage bushfires the worst of which are in NSW and Victoria. Victoria is my second home and it's devastating to watch. All the communities across the NSW and Victorian border and coast. They are suffering greatly ...Read more>

5 January 2020 |


Listen to my interview on RTRFM Radio's show All Things Queer to promote Living + Loving in Diversity Book Launch:   https://rtrfm.com.au/story/living-loving-in-diversity/# In May this year I was asked to cooordinate the Western Australian launch of a book in ...Read more>

9 September 2019 |

Well it finally happened. An AI "Artist" finally had "its' own one-person show in a Chelsea gallery in New York. This is an interesting article by Ian Bogost, the author of the seminal The Cathedral of Computation in The Atlantic Monthly. This says a lot more about us ...Read more>

9 May 2019 |


Fulfulling a promise made a few years ago, I asked Melbourne Muslim community leader Nail Aykan to be the subject for my portrait for the Archibald Prize. While we didnt get short-listed (it's quite an Anglo event) it was tremendous fun, and more Australian Artists of colour should ...Read more>

26 March 2019 |

Over the years, I have learned to appreciate the power of poetry. Perhaps a decade ago I would have tried to find words to describe the last months of tragedies, events which have affected my friends, have affected me. I know now that I'm justing adding to the noise. ...Read more>

20 March 2019 |

If you remain unmoved by the first half and havent laughed by the second half - you're offically dead. Making music is a second-rate description for this wonderful performance. Music is integral to my painting. I can't even begin to make a mark without finding just the right music which ...Read more>

1 November 2018 |











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