In 2009 I collaborated with my good friend, scenographer Antonella Diana, on an interactive installation called “Let ME Go“. It was based on the Sumerian
My article, “Digital Mobility / Mobile Thinking” appears in the first volume of Kultura Nova’s four-volume series on mobility, which is titled “Mobility in Culture: Conceptual Frameworks and Approaches”.
A mere 129 years after women won the right to vote in NZ elections, and 89 years after the first woman member of parliament, Elizabeth
The Big Idea recently published a thought-provoking article by Elise Sterback, “What if arts funding was honest?” In it, she discusses the often demoralising process
On Wednesday I attended Irinia Danilova’s presentation “War in Ukraine & Art” as part of Franklin Furnace’s Loft space. irinia Danilova, who is Ukranian and
June is shaping up to be a busy month: the first two weeks I will be in Denmark at the 10th Transit Festival, one of
My grandmother had a teatowel pinned to her kitchen wall with the slogan, the logo of Another Mother for Peace.
The fact that the last time I posted here was in August last year (almost seven months ago) tells you that I have been failing
The Magdalena Project is celebrating its 35th anniversary with a series of 35-minute interviews with 35 women from the network.
I am one week into the 14 days of “managed isolation” currently required to enter New Zealand, and so far surviving very well. With an