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Future Perfect: Judy Natale

Chicago-based photographer Judy Natal’s ‘Future Perfect’ series explores the ever-changing landscapes of Earth and our relationships to them, as humans entangled in a global ecological framework.

Iconic Australian Houses

Karen McCartney writes of her research for her current exhibition ‘Iconic Australian Houses’... An exhibition about 30 of the most important Australian homes designed over the past 60 years...

THAT OBJECT NEEDS THERAPY

The rationale for Object Therapy begins with simple observations: professional repair services are in decline, consumerism is rampant, and we are generating more and more waste.

Lee’s Landscapes

A collection of photos by Lee Grant taken on bush walks in and around Canberra.

Object Therapy

Through this practical study of repair we hope to build a new body of knowledge around repair, the design process, and objects and their meaning.

A fold of chairs

The collective noun for chairs is a fold of chairs. There is also such a thing as a fold of sheep. And a fold of cattle. An unkindness of ravens. A flight of stairs. There is a mob of wombats...

The Story of the Salon and Dining rooms

The story of the design of the Monster’s Salon and Dining rooms may not be one that you’d expect. It draws on a rich and important chapter of immigration to Australia from the 1940s to 1980s.

Maurice’s Monsters

Maurice Golotta did the paintings on the outside of the Salon and Dining rooms at the Monster kitchen and bar… A crazy ass mix of the abstract, colours, and fittingly, monsters.

When Lisa Sorgini Slept Over

Lisa Sorgini came and slept over the other week. She gave a new nice meaning to getting egg on your face.

Bye Swarm Traps

'Swarm Trap' was an exhibition curated by MANY MANY and Honey Fingers. Together, we presented it at the Nishi Gallery, here in Canberra, back in June.