(The Troc goes off)

… Sydney Town Hall is jumping on Friday night.

(Wire at Becks Bar)

(Sydney supergroup playing "I touch myself" at FBi’s SMAC Awards)

- from Kate Crawford on Twitter

(protesters outside Bigger Than Jesus)

… which really wasn’t controversial enough to warrant the outrage.

(at Edge of Elsewhere launch at 4a)

(I loved My Bicycle Loves You by Legs on the Wall)

Crazy physical theatre + stunning old footage + fantastic live music + excellent use of projections. Part of Sydney Festival.

(spoiler alert: Madama Butterfly is a bit of a downer)

Bangable Dudes in History

- from bangabledudesinhistory.blogspot.com

(history’s longest drum solo at Earthless)

(right now)

Take two: after many drinks, everyone moves indoors.

At Flickerfest…

At Flickerfest…

…and then…

At Flickerfest…

Before the rain…

At Flickerfest…

At Flickerfest…

Bondi at sunset.

(right now)

Watching Emmylou Harris singing Big Black Dog at the media launch for Festival First Night.

What I did this summer: ate too much.

Mini pork belly burgers and pina coladas with jelly pearls at Ms.G in Potts Point. Sydney really does have the best food.

I’m selling a few things on eBay…

Check it out: http://myworld.ebay.com.au/byebyebudget

See and download the full gallery on posterous


Beacon, NY


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Rivane Neuenschwander: A Day Like Any Other


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The Dangerous Book For Boys

I visited this exhibition, by James Franco at the Clocktower Gallery, NYC, on July 15.

i wish i could figure out what has to be done


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I visited Rivane Neuenschwander: A Day Like Any Other, at the New Museum in NYC.

SOYA entries closing

Entries close this Wednesday in SOYA for 2010. I’ve already spotted some amazing entries this year, so I’m excited to spend some time working through them with our producers.

How to Apply 2 – Design Symposium 2010

On Friday, I’ll be speaking at
“>“How to Apply 2 – Design Symposium 2010″

Design (Thinking) And Business
A Sydney Design 2010 Event

It’s a great initiative from Billy Blue, an annual opportunity to discuss the future of design, what we should be teaching tomorrow’s designers, and how we can bring art to business and business to art… I’m excited, but also a little terrified, as I am the last speaker of the day and it’s a 25 minute talk.