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Homosocial Homo Of The Week: Joe Pol

Photos by  George Sandman Popov

Come down to Homosocial tonight at Secret Garden Bar to see Joe take the stage.

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    Jack Freestone

    Lachlan Herd: Making Way

    Lachlan Herd is a performer, a DJ and also one of Dandy’s favourite local artists. Our man is launching his first solo show at Kudos Gallery tomorrow. The collection entitled Making Way will explore the eradication of barriers within the environment and the self as a means of sustaining progress.

    Lachlan’s exhibition will take a look at the way we interact with elements of our natural environment. Lachlan said his work was, “in some ways inspired by the highways on the F3 just north of Sydney. Those roads amaze me because there used to be mountains there and we managed to dissect those mountains for the sake of our own transit.”

    Lachlan feels that, “we all navigate through our lives with annual processes of purging such as New Years Eve and Birthdays. These occasions provide opportunities for us to make, what turn out to be, unfulfilled promises to do better or be better. Despite always wanting to get rid of negativity in our lives we often look back on our past with a sense of romantic nostalgia. My work reflects on how we get rid of negativity on an individual and collective level. I think that the process of progress is one that can be both beneficial and harmful.”

    After performances at Underbelly Arts Festival, FBI turns 10 and Heaps Gay, Lachlan is now holding down a residency with the Corner Cooperative in Chippendale and his sculptures have been shown at M Contemporary and 107 Projects Redfern. The launch of Lachlan’s first solo show at Kudos Gallery is an achievement that we are all pretty excited about!

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      Nisa East

      25th Byron Bay Blues Fest

      Photos By Nisa East

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