Published 01 December 2020
Margie Borschke was in Canada in the mid 1980s when she discovered the Underground.
Del Kathryn Barton, Pat Brassington, Kirsty Bruce, Jacqueline Fraser, Anastasia Klose, Fiona Lowry, Fiona Pardington, Yvonne Todd, Jemima Wyman
Curator: Robert Leonard
IMA (Institute of Modern Art), Brisbane
30 January - 20 March 2010
Published June 2010
'Tim Burton: The Exhibition' is showing at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image from 24 June to 10 October, 2010. The accompanying free Polaroid exhibit runs until 26 September. The program also includes live events featuring talks, gallery tours, film screenings and kids’ workshops.
Special guest Glenn D Lowry, Director of The Museum of Modern Art, will give a Keynote Address for the first time in Australia on the future of museums followed by a panel discussion on 24 June from 2pm. The Keynote Address is free but bookings are essential. See: www.acmi.net.au
The City of Fremantle Festival of Photography: FotoFreo 2010
Silence – The West Australian Wheatbelt : Brad Rimmer
20 March – 16 May 2010
The Clubs: David Dare Parker
The Fremantle Club
20 March – 18 April 2010
FotoFreo 2010 Fringe Festival
Paradise Lost: Rebecca Dagnall
Studio Red Dust, Mount Hawthorn
20 March – 10 April 2010
Chris Fleming, Senior Lecturer in the School of Humanities and Languages at the University of Western Sydney and author of a book on Rene Girard, explores the evanescence of the underground. "Once the cultural products generated by the underground enter broader circulation (once scene becomes herd) the underground empties itself and is forced to regenerate."
Caren Florance is Ampersand Duck, a blog and nom de press for activities including letterpress printing. Florance has breathed the ink and describes the history of moveable type focusing on the recent past and the present and how something magical happens to text when it is printed.
Emeritus Flinders University Professor and philosopher Donald Brook writes about his 'new theory' and why it has never been taken up. He wonders: 'Could it be that he is wrong?'
Artist/ writer, curator/designer at the Australian Experimental Art Foundation Teri Hoskin's thirteen paragraphs sum up facts, apprehensions and suspicions about the underground.
Published 01 June 2010
Bett Gallery, Hobart
3 March – 6 April 2010
Media Theorist, nethead, activist and founding director of the Institute of Network Cultures Geert Lovink reports on the erotica of touching between 'weak links' and the importance of experimenting with new forms of organisation both on and offline.
Iain McIntyre's book How To Make Trouble And Influence People describes the secret ludic history of creative troublemaking in Australia over two centuries. It began as a series of zines and is now published by Breakdown Press to impress new readers and inspire new acts of defiance.