September 27, 2017

The 2017 Ubud writers festival in Bali, Indonesia in October was to feature internationally recognised writer and poet Putu Oka Sukanta. Sadly Sukanta had to cancel his talk due to ill health. But the mass killings and incarceration he survived under the Suharto milita...

July 31, 2017

New exhibition raises questions about Clovelly Beach concreting
“Worse than an oil spill”
This is how Professor Gee Chapman describes the impact of armouring Australia’s coastline, including the concreting of Clovelly Beach.
Prof Chapman is a global expert on the...

March 25, 2017

“Successful art not only stimulates our senses, it changes the way we think about the world around us.”

This is how award winning photographer Greg Weight introduced my latest show held in association with the HeadOn photo festival at GalleryEast.

“In The Drowning Bay we...

March 8, 2017

Down to the waterline

Saibai and Boigu stand on Australia's northern frontier of climate change in the Torres Strait.  Meet Australia's first climate warriors and climate refugees.  As the rising tides flood their townships, the islanders are walling off the ocean for a...

May 14, 2015

Jakarta in July is like the set of BladeRunner. It is the Dry, but it is wet. The skies are grey

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Wading into the political debate of climate change on Sydney’s eastern beaches In this exhibition I set out to capture raw images of rising oceans swallowing local haunts.

Peak tides give a glimpse of future sea levels.  The drama is unfolding every month. Before long i...

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