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Featured Project: How to Blow up a Bubble That Won’t Burst

How to Blow up a Bubble That Won’t Burst , is a film project about the Italian inventor and architect Dante Bini who wowed the world with his performative architectural “happenings” and who was bought to suburban Sydney in the 1970s to build high schools. The film was created in collaboration with kids from from one of the schools he designed, creating an opportunity for the users of architectural space, and its architect, to discuss the future of cities. More…

Works 2016 –

The Swamp, Undrawing the Line, 27mins, animation and installation, 2016
Turn, Animation and installation, 2016
The City of Ladies, in development, film installation on Christine de Pizan’s book of the same name

Works 2014 – 2015

1001 Nights in Fairfield, 17:33mins, HD DVD, 2015
The Chant of Nudimmud, Undrawing the Line, collaborative drawing with anaglyph 3D, 12m x 4m, 2015
Eight Passages in Belonging and Displacement, 12mins looped double screen projection, 2015
The Boys Home, photographs and video installation, 2014
Doing Time, 9:22mins, HD DVD, 2015
In the Shade of the Waq Waq Tree, Undrawing the Line, collaborative drawing with anaglyph 3D, 5m x 2.4m, 2014
Duckrabbit (after Wittgenstein), pen and ink drawings, 2014
Utopia (backwards), pen and ink with animated Gifs, 2014
How to Blow up a Bubble that Won’t Burst, 2015, single channel video, 2015