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Writing About William Forsythe’s Alignigung

One of my subjects this trimester is “Reviewing the Arts”. We’ve writing exercises during our tutorials. This one involved writing as much as we could within an allotted time (fifteen minutes) based on a choice out of four pieces of … Continue reading

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Pork Ready

Some call it graffiti, whereas others call it “Street Art“. Either way, we must remember that whilst some of this may be unsightly, it is coming from people who may down the line choose to create great works and improve … Continue reading

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Thy Art Is Murder: Holy War Review

Here’s another review from Cool Try. This one was the sixth I had written for the website. The review is rough which is partly due to inexperience. To be honest, I didn’t like the album but I couldn’t justify saying it … Continue reading

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“Horizon” by Mu Boyan

Mu Boyan’s Horizon. Deep meaning, etc. etc. This sculpture worked well with the scene at hand. The form and design were both interesting and the sculpture felt more harmonious with the surrounds rather than clashing. I hope you enjoy.

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Observing the Walking Figure

Another photo of Wei Wang’s Walking, as seen as part of Sculpture by the Sea. This was taken on my 2nd visit to the exhibition this year. A few people look at the sculpture and its form. To be honest, … Continue reading

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Aboriginal

Here’s a photo of the word ‘Aboriginal’, as seen as “Street Art“, as seen in Redfern. I imagine that there’s quite a lot that has gone into this, as well as a lot of meaning and intent. On a personal … Continue reading

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Walking

A sculpture created by Wei Wang. I like the framing of this one. It was done out of necessity. On my first visit to this year’s Sculpture by the Sea, sculptures were still being placed. This was due to the … Continue reading

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