Tag: age of covid


If you can sew, do your bit. Change the culture, change the world. No action is too small. No person worth losing. We're all worth saving.

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4 August 2020 |

I was watching the news and thinking back to another winter when my 14 year old comrades in crime and I went to see a drive-in version of the UK classic  Breaking Glass.  Somebody's brother was driving. We thought it was just awesome and depressing and beautiful at the same ...Read more>

13 June 2020 |

I take no pleasure in seeing the themes of my 2013 exhibition  The Assassination of Judy Garland  come true.  America is a great country, and has a future to do great good. But - George Floyd's death MUST be the turning point. Racism against African Americans cannot ...Read more>

29 May 2020 |

General (Ret) David Petraeus is an interesting character on America's national stage. So is PW Singer, an author, researcher who brings his academic interests in A1 and robotics in defence to fiction writing. Singer will interview Petraeus on Wednesday 3rd June 2020 for an online event hosted by 92Y ...Read more>

22 May 2020 |

This is a painting in progress imagining COVID19 as a solitary haunting figure in the outback landscape of my home state of Western Australia. A bit like a ghost. And it's so quiet everywhere right now.  So this is one of those cathartic paintings I use to dump my ...Read more>

11 April 2020 |

After the impeachment trial results I went back into an old box and pulled out this painting. I decided early after 2016 never to paint Donald Trump. I realised after my article in the Queer Psychoanalytic Society journal article I wrote that he was not Freud's "super-ego, but rather ...Read more>

12 February 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. ...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 ...Read more>

23 January 2020 |



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