Tag: Bridie Connell
Oh Boy Oh Boy A Boylesque Bonanza By Bridie Connell Choreographing a burlesque routine is a lot like making a cocktail: all the ingredients need to be mixed just so if it’s to hit the mark. Personally I like to start mine with a shot of sex appeal, add a splash of humour, shimmy-shake it [...]
Brook Andrew By Bridie Connell Inspired by the circus, pop culture and his own Wiradjuri heritage, Australian artist Brook Andrew is world-renowned for his large-scale, site-specific, multimedia installations. Most will recall his playful black-and-white patterned jumping castle from the 2010 Biennale of Sydney, and his latest offering, Travelling Colony, promises to be an equally captivating [...]
Peepshow: 2010 Welcome to Augmented Reality By Bridie Connell Produced by the team at Chippendale’s Queen Street Studios, PeepShow AR is a free smartphone application offering guided tours of the Darlinghurst and Surry Hills districts. Combining the insider knowledge of the creative-types who live, work and play within the 2010 postcode, with the latest ‘Augmented [...]
Primavera 2011 Beyond The Gallery Space By Bridie Connell If the scaffolding, cranes and ‘DO NOT ENTER’ signs aren’t clue enough, you may be unaware that Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art is closed to the public for a major redevelopment, which is due for completion in March 2012. Fortunately for art lovers, the MCA is [...]
Posted: September 26th, 2011 under Arts, Arts Feature, Brag 430 (September 19).
Tags: Bridie Connell, Hayley Forward, Jess Oliveri, Karl Khoe, Parachutes For Ladies, Primavera 2011, Tessa Zettel, The Brag, Tom O'Hern
For The Lulz LOL art! By Bridie Connell I’m sure I’m not the first person caught YouTubing Maru the cat whilst at work. Yes, I know it’s naughty, but sometimes, like over 100 million viewers before me, I crave a little comic relief and there’s just something about an overweight Scottish Fold jumping in and [...]