Artist: William Yang | 24th Biennale of Sydney

William Yang talks on his photographic series My Uncle’s Murder featured at UNSW Galleries.Arts Friday’s Angela Stretch [7:31 minutes] William Yang’s photographic practice explores and is informed by political pressures and issues of sexual and cultural identityl. His work has significantly contributed to the Australian photographic scene spanning over five decades. Yang’s photographic series My […]

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Boiling Point; 26th of December 2017; Hangover-mas, toxic mistletoe and asexual reproduction

Hangover-mas is upon us. It is the small space of time after the over indulgent period. It is where we question if drizzling our fifth piece of trifle in Tea Maria was too much (and no, it certainly was not). As we say good bye to Christmas and welcome Boxing Day we are greeted with […]

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Too many toys, revolutionary flies and Merry Beetle-Mas; Tuesday Boiling Point 19th of December

  It is the season of giving, but are you an over the top gift giver or more specifically an over the top toy giver? This week Alex Sentinella explored the science of toys and play. Today we all want more. Perhaps more is harming us. Research from The University of Toledo indicates less toys […]

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Day Dreaming, Temporary Uteruses and Titan

  Day dreaming and make believe were the corner stones to childhood; imperative to our schooling and the development of our creative bones. What if you could not imagine pirates and heroes? Mind blindness or congenital aphantasia is a condition where people struggle to use visual imagery. To find out about congential aphantasia and binocular […]

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Boiling Point 5th of December 2017; Science meets Creation and Innovation to Save and Preserve Sydney’s Sea Life.

    We are all too aware human activity negatively impacts the environment. Most of our negative interaction and impact is irreversible. However, in the fight to save the biodiversity of Sydney waters, scientists successfully reversed the effects of human activity on Crayweed and Sydney’s ocean life. Last year we were introduced to the Crayweed […]

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Boiling Point 28th of November 2017; Immortal Mammoths and a New form of Resistance

Missed the show? Listen to the podcast   Image: Chantelle Doyle; Lyuba the 42,000-year-old mammoth Have you met Lyuba? Lyuba is quite an intriguing and mysterious mammoth. Mammoth’s are extinct, but Lyuba seems to be almost immortal as she still captures our hearts 42,000 years later. Lyuba is a preserved mammoth who has had a […]

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Nappies, New Music, and FatBoy Slim says yes – PODCAST – Take One: Backstage – Michael Meaco

My guest is a testament to all of the independent artists out there working their backsides off to make it in this industry. From humble beginnings based in the Southern parts of Sydney working as a vocal teacher to international acclaim in the electronic music space with King Arthur, this artist is enjoying a career […]

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