This article was published in the June issue of InMotion.
While preventing chronic disease through more active lifestyles is nothing new to health professionals, their cause may have found new allies, thanks to climate change. Sedentary lifestyles are not only a risk factor for many diseases, they are also symptomatic of the energy inefficient transport that many climate change activists want to do away with. Continue reading Planning for healthy living
This article was published by Assemble Papers on 12 February 2016
No one has been buried in Tower Hamlets Cemetery since 1966. It’s now a protected urban woodland spanning 11 hectares in London’s east that’s used by schoolchildren, retirees and, occasionally, a cultural festival called Shuffle. Continue reading Shuffle: Bridging Borders in Mile End
This article was published by The Vine on 7 August 2014
The government has (thankfully) abandoned their changes to the Racial Discrimination Act, but don’t think the battle for free speech is over. Continue reading A guide to free speech in Australia, post-Brandis
This article was originally published on The Monthly blog on 11 June 2014
Far from the squalid conditions on Manus Island and the death of Reza Berati, Sydney threw open its galleries in March for the nineteenth installment of its Biennale, which closed on 9 June. Continue reading The Biennale Boycott
This review was published by Lip Magazine on 17 July 2014.
Douglas Gordon’s first retrospective in Australia, showing at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) in Melbourne, amplifies over twenty years of his work both physically and metaphorically. Continue reading Douglas Gordon – The Only Way Out Is The Only Way In review