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Hollywood takes a Christian fable and turns it on its head as a warning to those who would manage creation.
by Anthony Cox - 2/04/2014 - 23 comments
In 1929, an amateur prospector known as Harold Bell Lasseter claimed publicly to have discovered the reef at a remote location somewhere in the vast desert of central Australia.
by Simon Caterson - 28/03/2014
He threatened the core of the practice of art, the right to freedom of expression and the autonomy of the artist to decide what to say and how to convey it.
by Lisa Singh - 20/03/2014 - 10 comments
Center-staging the calamities of collaboration, Elliott Colla's noir thriller exposes the moral and strategic failures of military occupation.
by Neve Gordon - 10/03/2014
This put Lennon and McCartney up there with Rogers and Hammerstein and Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, as one of the great songwriting duos of the 20th century.
by Malcolm King - 7/02/2014 - 3 comments
Like the great Horace Rumpole I have reached the age where I prefer mostly to read books I have read before. Thus I have recently been enjoying two old favourites.
by Roger Underwood - 29/01/2014 - 1 comment
I visited Red Queen at MONA, an evolutionary curatorial vision that encompasses everything from Egyptian coffins to...well read on.
by Fiona Prior - 22/01/2014
Learning Italian – or any language – with parallel texts is possible for individuals, but like saving water by showering with a friend, it is especially enjoyable when done in pairs.
by Tony Smith - 15/01/2014 - 2 comments
Rediscovering titles studied cursorily while younger yields rewards, especially when explored by iPad.
by Will Owen - 13/01/2014
Now that my nights are insomniac and the radio keeps putting on music that I dislike, I keep 6 books by my bedside that I can turn to, and read as I wish, and can read in small doses.
by Valerie Yule - 10/01/2014 - 7 comments
OK ... so maybe Lennon and Ono's drugs were just a whole lot more transcendental, but Lennon and Ono shared a vision of obtainable world peace – a serious ambition.
by Fiona Prior - 17/12/2013 - 25 comments
What memorials will there be for Australia's more humble politicians who have little opportunity to change the course of history by territorial and cultural conquest?
by Tania Cleary - 18/11/2013 - 1 comment

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