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The Post Post 2.0: on the move

August 24, 2012


Well, the poor old Post Post has been languishing. Turns out those pesky weekly deadlines are good for something besides getting paid…. They make you sit down at the computer and do the work. But now that I have finally joined the i-phone revolution (if not the generation) I’ve decided to make The Post Post […]

A Tale of Two Cities

July 4, 2012


There is nothing quite so irritating for an artist as being told that your work reminds somebody of a piece by someone else. Happily, no one did say to me that my recent project, Plastic City, bears a striking resemblance to the current exhibition by Isabel and Alfredo Aquilizan. I had to tell myself. To […]

Art at the Coalface of Consumerism

March 4, 2012


Ah, the annual art drought. So little to see and even less to say. But it’s March already. Time to get back to work even if it is a little post the event…. post even for The Post Post. Ironically, or perhaps completely appropriately given the fact that it was January and Sydney-siders one and […]


August 12, 2011


I finally made it down to Hobart to visit the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA). Even though it only opened in January, to hear people talk, it seems just about everyone in Sydney has already made the trek south: this private museum appears to be single-handedly re-invigorating Hobart as a tourist destination. And […]


March 24, 2011


I haven’t been posting very regularly of late. I know. There I go again, stating the obvious. However, I thought you all deserved an explanation. I’ve been busy getting ready for my own solo show, 1+1=1. I won’t go on about it since The Post Post motto is, “No previews, promos or propaganda.” But don’t […]

Happy New Year!

January 14, 2011


  A pleasant surprise. What a nice way to start the new year of art! If low expectations are the key to satisfying exhibition viewing, then no expectations are even better! I have to admit, I wasn’t even thinking about art when I went to White Rabbit recently, I was just trying to escape the […]

Janet Tavener: Out of the Mould

October 3, 2010


If, as the old saying goes, “You are what you eat”, then artist Janet Tavener shows us that what we are is highly mediated, chemically coloured and genetically dumbed down. In her solo show, Out of the Mould, Tavener presents a suite of cast resin objects in the sumptuous drawing room at Vaucluse House. Some […]