Monthly Archives: May 2023

LUME looming

Great to see The Age article on Connection immersive experience, opening 23 June, Melbourne.

143 high-definition projectors will display artworks across 3000sqm of gallery space.

‘A lot of people like Aboriginal art because it is colourful or pretty, but … are quite challenged by Aboriginal art too, by not knowing or understanding how to interpret it or not feeling like they have permission to be involved. Connection is just so inclusive‘.


Wild mustard forest town.  Kyoto –
then and now source of design, tradition, inspiration, innovation.. of wabi sabi and anime.  

茶筅 ,茶杓, 茶碗.
Kyoto Journal 100 Views of Kyoto
anniversary issue. (print version sold out.
PDF with 18 extra articles available)


Exceptional Indigenous cultural
immersive experience @
THE LUME – Melbourne
opening June 2023

Grande Experience’ Connections together with Marrga.

book news – Creation tales

Humbled and honoured Allen & Unwin will be publishing Juluwarlu’s
When the World was Soft: Creation Parables of the Yindjibarndi.

Six Creation tales rendered in graphic narrative/manga format.
Alongside Yindjibarndi paintings and told in language and English.

Due 2024

KJ 103

Creativity. Poets, musicians, visual
and sculptural artists, photographers,
art event curators, meditators and
philosophers, even a part-time futurologist.

New ideas and new forms as ever from across Asia.
Digital issue

BAM #19


The Rise of Crypto Art.. back when it was all so innocent, written as Beeple’s windfall auction happened – most of which he cashed in for irl bank asap.