Banksy Exhibition

Banksy Love Is In The Air

The Banksy exhibition is currently on in Sydney with 80 artworks, the largest touring collection of the famed street artist's works. Just this week Banksy hit the news over a trademark dispute for merchandise using his artworks. Basically if he doesn't have his own merchandise, he doesn't own the trademark,

Friday On My Mind

Clea DuVall

This week's round-up of Emmy winners and picks for streaming shows, film, TV, books, exhibitions and more. On the small screen  This week’s dress fest The Emmy’s celebrated more than just thigh-high splits, fake tans and frozen smiles (or maybe I’m getting confused with the Bronlow Medal in Australia); anyway there were

Queen Victoria: An unlikely icon

Surviving seven assassination attempts, giving birth to nine children and reigning for over half of the nineteenth century, it’s fair to say Queen Victoria had a life less ordinary. But Victoria wasn’t destined for the role of queen from birth. Fifth in line to the throne, a series of deaths

The Nightingale: Feminine exploration of Australia’s violent Colonial past

The Nightingale

The Nightingale is an astonishing new Australian film from writer/director Jennifer Kent in cinemas now. It’s the follow up to The Babadook, Kent’s critically acclaimed 2014 film. It traces the story of Clare, a young Irish convict woman free after serving her sentence is seeking revenge for the violent acts committed

The Web is Watching You

Ads that follow you around the web so that bit of online window shopping on your favourite site then stalks you from site to site. Facebook knowing you’re pregnant before you even realise it. Google ads popping up that seem to know what you’re thinking about. The government connected to