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Portrait September 10, 2016
Choreographer John Neumeier
John Neumeier rehearses Nijinsky with the Australian Ballet.
Culture April 16, 2016
The irony of Father John Misty
Father John Misty delivers bruising piss-taking, knowing manipulation of celebrity, and surprisingly sincere love songs.
Portrait July 23, 2016
Joe Scotland and his House of Voltaire pop-up shop
Studio Voltaire director Joe Scotland on how art can help us think about and understand the world.
Portrait April 02, 2016
Carolyn Burns and Simon Phillips
A seat side stage with theatre production pair Carolyn Burns and Simon Phillips.
Portrait February 27, 2016
Futurist Daniel Crooks
A chat in the back shed with futurist and artist Daniel Crooks.
Portrait November 21, 2015
Hail Mary Coustas, aka the irrepressible Effie
Mary Coustas on comedy, her quest for motherhood, and not losing her ‘floral bits’.
Portrait October 31, 2015
Artist-photographer Richard Mosse’s journey to The Enclave
Richard Mosse turns the war-torn landscape of the Democratic Republic of Congo shockingly pink.
Culture August 15, 2015
The complex art of TV Moore comes to Melbourne’s ACCA
Acclaimed NYC-based multimedia artist TV Moore brings his immersive work home to Australia.
Portrait April 25, 2015
On hallowed sound
Glyn Johns knows what it's like to be in a dark room with Keith Richards.
Portrait March 14, 2015
Conducting becoming for MSO’s Sir Andrew Davis
All the world’s a stage for Melbourne Symphony Orchestra maestro Andrew Davis.
Opinion December 06, 2014
Malcolm Turnbull’s loyal remaking
“Few have noticed the highwire upon which Turnbull has been perched ever more precariously since the election. Only now is the wobble beginning to show. ”