Her best work, so far.
The most figurative and descriptive also.
They are irregular and right, as everything organic.
They have adult rigour and naive nonsense, as anything interesting.
Some are still, some are alive, some are both or abstract.
Some are unfinished, lacking solution or just inconclusive, but [...]
On his article “Risk and reward in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict” for The Interpreter, the Liberal Party member of the Australian Parliament Dave Sharma affirms that “Donald Trump’s unconventional approaches may be just what are needed.”
The author defends that a unilateral decision in a controversial international issue without the support from any other major nation [...]
Listening to the Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs’ Magna Carta Lecture hosted by The British High Commission on 8 February 2013, I wondered about what criteria Mr Bob Carr uses to approve or condemn international diplomatic incidents – and interests.
In a speech titled ‘Perspectives on Human Rights and Australian Foreign Policy’, the minister affirmed that [...]
No other media is made in such a short period of time as photography. Constructed in fractions of a second with a single click, it makes the moment crucial and the decision essential. But what is decisive and when is the moment for a documentary photograph? The answer is not on the image, it is [...]
Technology today is going through a fast and ruthless revolution affecting how we think, produce and communicate. Technical activities are more susceptible to material evolution while humanities are more affected by political and economical changes. Photography is a technique equally dependent of both fields. The photographer’s concern with the social context of his subject and the [...]
An ethnic group is formed according to historical and geographical factors. Australia, as one of the newest countries in the contemporary world, is a practical example of how people from diverse background constantly merge forming new cultures.
Originally habited by indigenous groups, settled by Europeans [...]
Religion is back on the Australian political scene with the leader of the Opposition claiming that “God is not a natural preserve of conservatives” and revealing the German pastor Dietrich Bonhoeffer as “the man I admire most in the history of the twentieth century”. As a member of the Parliamentary Christian Fellowship, Kevin Rudd is [...]
The modern international economy makes it possible for a country to be the ninth largest economy in the world and have about half of its population living in poverty conditions.
That is the situation in Brazil, one of the world’s top five food exporters (the largest producer of beef, coffee and sugar) with a First [...]
A recent controversy in the art centres of Europe brought up the discussion about the classification of the artistic work made by the native people of Australia. Should aboriginal art be considered art or folk art?
According to art theory books, if an artistic work is created with the main finality of express communitarian facts or [...]
There is something weird when a family living in a house with lounge and bedrooms prefers to stay in the yard, day and night, around a bonfire. Naked kids run around with large crucifixes in necklaces. Teenagers who spend every day of their lives in almost isolated communities in the Australian outback wander around with [...]