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Review: Lore

Every now and then you experience something that is so unsettling and disturbingly sad that you just know it can’t end well. Although you still retain that small glimmer of hope, deep down in your heart of hearts that little voice tells you that there is absolutely no chance of a …

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Review: Solitudes by David Jon Kassan

There’s something deeply powerful and captivating about Brooklyn-based painter David Jon Kassan’s paintings. They’re the kind of works that stop you in your tracks, suspending you before them. This is in part due to the technical skill that they clearly showcase – it’s almost inconceivable that a person can reproduce, …

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Review: Woody Allen: A Documentary & Marley

According to Carl Jung, neurotics are well-adjusted people preoccupied with the meaning of their existence. The popular manifestations of the characters inhabited by filmmaker Woody Allen and late reggae musician Bob Marley no doubt occupy polar ends of the neurotic spectrum. Allen – “I’m not afraid of death, I just …

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Review: Variable Truth

A bad performance is a letdown but there’s nothing more disappointing than neutrality. At least the former enlivens some degree of emotion. The exhibition currently on display at the 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art is unfortunately more flat-line than variable and here’s why: Like most concept-heavy shows, although a …

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Review: The Fire

The Fire is a short play presented by the good people at NUTS and last week you could have caught it at Studio 1, right here on campus. That’s right, the theatrical arts are going on around you, in the dank and dingy arts precinct on the northern side of …

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