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Rate of Exchange

May 1, 2011 by

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Field Theory was dreamed up by a group of artists with varying interests and practices. It is fair to say that all of us are interested in different ways in which to engage people in experiences of meaning. If that sounds a bit vague it is because the actual parameters of the work that we […]

Bedding down with Charlie Sofo

February 4, 2011 by

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Charlie Sofo is a visual artist based in Melbourne, however his recent B.E.D. project, a project that has people sharing their bed with Charlie for a night, moved into the realm of live and participatory art practice. I recently wrote an article that discussed B.E.D., and Jason Maling’s project The Vorticist, for un magazine 4.2 […]

Roarawar Feartata Collective

January 7, 2011 by

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At the recent LIVEWORKS at Performance Space, I interviewed Roarawar Feartata (Benjamin Cittadini and Craig Peade) from Melbourne, who were there developing a work I Luv Amanda Crowe 4 eva. Here is a very small portion of that interview, covering a number of previous works that happened in Dandenong and Frankston, which are outer suburbs […]

Follow me – Michael Yuen

February 9, 2010 by

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lala was in Beijing in the minus 10 degrees snow of late 2009. Michael Yuen was in the scorching Adelaide heat of January 2010 This interview was conducted between these two temperature extremes lala: In talking with you and looking at your website, I am really intrigued by how diverse your work is, recently I […]

Jason Maling – The Vorticist

November 3, 2009 by

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One of the most interesting and underground artists in Melbourne is Jason Maling. His three year project The Vorticist is so secretive that you need to be part of the experience to understand it fully. Lala invited Katerina Kokkinos-Kennedy to interview Jason Maling, a Melbourne based live artist currently presenting The Vorticist, a three-year durational […]