Book review: Denizen, James McKenzie Watson
An award-winning, cleverly constructed debut.
Exhibition review: Vivienne Binns: On and through the Surface
A celebratory survey spanning 60 years of a provocative and feminist artist.
Theatre review: AutoCannibal, Darwin Festival
Physical theatre meets the end of the world in this playfully abject one-man show.
Concert review: Bungul, Darwin Festival
A remarkable fusion of Yolŋu culture and the Western classical music tradition performed under the stars for the festival’s opening…
Exhibition review: Colin Lanceley Earthly Delights, NAS
Blurring painting and sculpture, Colin Lanceley’s retrospective maps the journey of Australian assemblage through a unique vision.
Theatre review: Medea: Out of The Mouths of Babes
Euripides' classic tale as seen through Medea's children is flamboyant but muddied.
Dance review: Jagad
Inner worlds merge with the outer universe in this mystical work of contemporary dance.
Exhibition review: Tyama
An immersive, multi-sensory experience that's grounded in First Peoples' knowledge of the natural world.
Book review: Release, Lucy Christopher
A companion piece to her earlier novel, this book explores notions of trauma, control and coercion.
Book review: Desire: A Reckoning, Jessie Cole
A memoir written in real-time with echoes of past-on-present.