Melbourne-based artist and photographer Tim Hillier has been getting busy on the video front lately.
They're modest-looking volumes, but damn they pack a punch. Every three months, Quarterly Essay presents Australians with a 25,000 word meditation on politics or philosophy.
We might get deported for saying this, but we're glad it's getting colder in Australia because it means we can pull on the Chups.
If Dinosaur Jr., Teenage Fanclub, and Broken Social Scene had a baby with an Australian accent it'd be called Bearhug.
'Echology' is a series of public seminars that aim to bridge the gap between civic funded 'public art' and the public. No more eyesores!
Aussie photographer and anthropology student Craig Allsop treks the world to document remote ways of life.
Perk up coffee nerds this one's for you. A clever guy called Arvid Hausser has deconstructed and wall-mounted a coffee machine so we can see the process play out.
The world's most beloved octogenarian – and surely the most unequivocally adored figure in the history of television – is coming to Australia in August.
Does the date April 15, 1912, ring a faint bell? Look to the left before you answer that.
Louis Theroux, surely TV's most affable and engaging provocateur, is back with a DVD of his most recent excursions into the lesser-trod alleyways of human society.
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