Feel & Think is the most anarchic fashion exhibition to hit Sydney in years and comes with its own integrated pop-up store, fashion film screenings and fashion runway show blurring the divisions between high couture, street wear, art, fashion and performance.
Originally conceived and shown at the Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery in 2011 in association with Bunka Fashion Research Institute, Bunka Gakuen University, Feel & Think is a dynamic investigation into the contemporary Tokyo fashion scene. The exhibition features five of Japan’s most cutting-edge designers whose curiosity for various aspects of contemporary culture and their diverse interest in art, design, music and cultural pursuits outside of fashion create a fusion between the worlds of fashion, art installation, and theatre. Read all about: FEEL AND THINK →
The latest version of Pinhole (Vol. 03) is finally out. Titled The Catch, the zine’s aim is to “.. explore the dark side of a good thing and vice versa. So what is the catch for you? In this edition of Pinhole we have captured the creative and artistic interpretations of ‘The Catch’ through pinhole photography, illustrations and stories designed to seduce and surprise you.”
Our Very own Estelle Pigot and James Bourbon (Trinidad to his friends) also have a wonderful work featured in this edition, so what are you waiting for? Grab a copy today from the Pinhole Website
Pinhole is a Sydney based collaborative project between like-minded friends exploring our intentions, artistic experimentations and sharing our experiences. We come from a mix background within the creative industry but at the heart of it all – we are story tellers. To us, stories illustrate matters and show possibilities on any subject matter. Which is why we want to know your story and just like a pinhole camera – capture what your eye sees, write what’s on your mind, draw what’s in your heart. Capturing different perspectives on everyday life.
Our very Own Estelle Pigot who spends her days working for Regional Arts NSW interviewed Merryn Spencer of Pop-Up Parramatta for the Regional Arts website and we are lucky enough to have for you the full interview (raw and uncut!)
WHAT’S THE FIRST STEP FOR A COUNCIL OR COMMUNITY WHO WANTS TO CREATE POP-UP OPPORTUNITIES?
As the empty spaces landscape is still emerging in Australia there are many ways of undertaking a pop up opportunity. In our Council it’s part of an integrated series of projects to enhance and enliven the experience of the city for those who live, work and play in the area and creating a ‘filler’ between major redevelopments in the area. Read the rest of this entry →
“Numskull is an Australian based artist, working out of Sydney in a variety of fields and mediums including painting, sculpture, illustration and large scale murals.”
As Numbskull will be talking at this years Semi Permanent, we decided to ask him a few questions before the big event.
Read the entire Numskull interview →