Gian Carlo Drueco with md. Valeria Efanova

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Mario Sorrenti md. Natasha Poly in ‘Plage Privee’ for Vogue Paris

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Update to: Creative Cities East Asia

I’ve just posted a comprehensive overview of the top 12 entries in the Show Us Your City competition I developed as part of the Creative Cities East Asia project.

We received entries from Australia, China, Indonesia, Korea, New Zealand, The Philippines and Singapore. They took many different forms, from photographic series to short films, blogs and maps, surveys and essays. They’re all extraordinarily personal and offer insights into creative communities at a grass roots level, whether focusing on creative workspaces, industry precincts, transport and development issues or social and cultural connections.

We’ll be announcing the winner shortly. The winner will be travelling to the UK, courtesy of the British Council, and will document a series of programs around the idea of “The Welcoming City” at the London Festival of Architecture 2010.

In other good news, this project has been extended and so I look forward to exploring the creativity of our region through this platform for a few more months…

An overview of twelve outstanding entries in the CCEA Show Us Your City competition

Amanda Norgaard: Dazed & Confused May 2010

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Rackk and Ruin

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grey magazine (from so much to tell you)

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Sometimes I just need quiet – Samuel Hodge

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Samuel Hodge

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Samuel Hodge

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Eduardo Rezende

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Emma Summerton, md. Abey Lee Kershaw for i-D

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Currently working on: Creative Sydney 2010

I  am developing the program and establishing relationships with participants and partners in preparation for Creative Sydney, taking place from June 4 – 13.

Part of Vivid Sydney, Creative Sydney launched last year as a one-of-a-kind event bringing together the spectrum of local creative industries, connecting around discussions on how to make Sydney a better place for innovation and creative enterprise.

We attracted close to 10,000 attendees to our 19 free events in 2009, and engaged with close to 300 local creative practitioners and businesses. This year it’s all going to be bigger and better.

www.creativesydney.com.au

Creative Sydney builds Sydney’s international presence as a creative hub and sparks lasting connections between the people who drive creative culture. Creative Sydney is part of Vivid Sydney (27 May-21 June), our annual festival of light, music and ideas. Follow us on Twitter, friend us on Facebook or sign up to the email list. We’ll be announcing the program soon.

Creative Sydney 2009

Gemma Smith "Boulder"

Made from plexiglass, the Boulders reflect only the colours surrounding them to achieve their vividness and contain no inherent pigments. A true master of colour Smith’s practice has again evolved, harnessing now the physical, although not always considered source of colour: light.

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Venice Jewellery

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Sophie Ristelhueber, winner of Deutsche Borse Prize 2010

For more than 25 years Ristelhueber has investigated the impact of human conflict on architecture and landscapes. Using photography and more recently moving image and sound, she records the resulting aftermath in places such as Bosnia, France, Iraq, Lebanon and Kuwait.

Often playing with an ambiguity of scale in her installations, Ristelhueber’s work confounds traditional photographic genres. She unsentimentally draws attention to the scars and traces we leave behind, addressing the essence of our human existence

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deborah-turbeville

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AllForTheMountain: Custom Meteorite Ring

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AllForTheMountain: Shoulder Pads

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AllForTheMountain: TransformerCuff

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