“There’s nothing I can do for her.”
A comic about letting go.
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A new creative exchange between artists and writers in Melbourne and Edinburgh.
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Marta Skrabacz examines Roald Dahl’s ideas of beauty and morality on his 100th birthday.
Julian R. Murphy tries to ground himself in Paris through a Marina Abramović participatory artwork.
The Depressionist movement emerged at the turn of the century with a group of Melbourne-based artists whose mild disappointment with almost everything could no longer go unexpressed.
Going Down Swinging is one of Australia’s longest-running and most respected literary journals.
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