Urgently arting, a savage world civil.

Image: The Wrapped Coast, One Million Square Feet, Little Bay, Sydney, Australia (1969), Christo & Jeanne-Claude, Image: Art Gallery NSW: https://www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/collection/works/, accessed: 09.10.2022. BCM 111 Global Media & Culture Assignment 2: Annotated Bibliography. Grade: 85/100. Title: Urgently Arting a Savage World, Civil. The Question: Discuss four key elements to building the rudimentary foundations of aContinue reading “Urgently arting, a savage world civil.”

Plastic-free Kandos! X

I’ve been one of the most privileged emerging artists. Plastic-free Kandos was a great learning experience! You know those times when you look around you & realise some people just want good things for you? I have so much gratitude for the people of Kandos, Cementa,  WayOut ArtSpace, Michael & Jack who helped us putContinue reading “Plastic-free Kandos! X”

Cementa22 Festival has selected Sister GlitterNullius as one of this year’s artists!

Sister GlitterNullius is the post-traumatic, personification and representation of the hypocrisy dilemma that is the Anthropocene. A nun, imprisoned by her love-hate relationship with plastix and all things, consumerist, capitalist, catholic and post-colonial. Through humour, irony, and a pinch of sarcasm, GlitterNullius stands with the in-betweeners, the failures and the lost, trying to navigate aContinue reading “Cementa22 Festival has selected Sister GlitterNullius as one of this year’s artists!”

Desert Equinox Art Challenge 2021!

I’m so thrilled to have three (3) of three (3) short videos accepted into the Desert Equinox Art Challenge this year! This year’s themes: Earth, Water, Air & Fire. Category: Water, The Birth of Sister GlitterNullius. Category: Earth, The Transformation of Sister GlitterNullius: When the Plastix Madness Hits. Category: Air, Sister GlitterNullius Responds to Coronavirus-Continue reading “Desert Equinox Art Challenge 2021!”