Finding Jesse of Newnes – an industrial ghost town on unceded Wiradjuri and Dharug lands by Linda Adair. An exhibition at the Darlington Installation Project (DIP), in association with intelligent animal, from 19 September 2022 to 16.October 2022.
Judith Nangala Crispin is an artist and poet living near Lake George on unceded Ngambri-Ngunnawal Country. She has published two collections of poetry, The Myrrh-Bearers (Sydney: Puncher & Wattmann, 2015), and (New York: Daylight Books, 2017) and is currently completing an illustrated verse novel for publication in 2022. Her visual arts practice is centred around lumachrome glass printing, a combination of lumen printing, chemigram, cliché verre, crystalogram, as well as drawing and painting.
Postcards 7 & 8 in a an ongoing series by Pete Spence
Postcards 5 & 6 in a an ongoing series by Pete Spence
Texas Fontanella lives in the broader Sydney area and erases texts to make new poems from them. Along with Brandstifter he published Black Shores (Text collage on photography) with Redfox Press in 2018
Postcards 3 & 4 in a an ongoing series by Pete Spence
The first two postcards in a an ongoing series by Pete Spence
This is a book with a significant vision. It brings renowned thinkers into a communal space, like a galvanising symposium or an inspiring protest. Each thinker, by activating their various practices through art, poetry, speeches and essays, moves us towards a just and ecologically sustainable, peaceful existence.
eila vinwynn is Rochford Street Review’s featured artist for issue 32