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  • Alexander Gronsky: Moscow's edgelands
  • Darren Almond: moonlight landscapes
  • Australian photography: Sonia Macak
  • Australian photography: Sonia Payes
  • Australian photography: Brenda L Croft
  • Claudia Terstappen: Australian landscapes
  • The Photoville Film Festival: Canberra Lab
  • an old debate revived
  • Vincent J Stoker: Heterotopia: The Tragic Fall
  • Claude Cahun: photography as theatre
  • picturing Mars
  • Lewis Baltz: Candlestick Point
  • on color photography
  • Charles Gatewood: Wall Street
  • Rob Ball: liminal space (inbetween space)
  • Bryan Schutmaat's American West: landscape
  • Jasmine Swope: seascapes
  • Giorgio Barrera:--motorways
  • Ron Cowie: using an 8x10 differently
  • Adelaide photography: Rainshadow
  • Ragnar Axelsson: Last Days of the Arctic
  • Australian photography: Carolyn Young
  • UK Photography: Marc Wilson's The Last Stand
  • Joshua Dudley Greer's American landscape
  • UK Photography: Donovan Wylie
  • Jane Fulton Alt: Photography and Fire
  • American Photography: Russell Joslin
  • American Photography: Leigh Ledare
  • American photography: Todd Hido
  • US photography: Jeff Rich's Watershed
  • Lightwork
  • UK Photography: Simon Robert's Pierdom
  • American photography: Joni Sternbach
  • Richard Avedon in Australia
  • Australian photography: John Austin's Forest Threnody
  • US photography: Michael Light
  • US photography: David Schalliol
  • UK photography: Michael Jackson
  • Nadia Sablin: Two Sisters
  • South Australian photography: Grant Hancock
  • BIFB13: Jackie Ranken's Kitchen Stories
  • BIFB13: Claudia Faehrenkemper
  • BIFB13: Adelaide Photographic Artists exhibition
  • remembering John Cato
  • Art Gallery of SA: Heartland--Ian North
  • Facebook + photography
  • Head Off Landscape Prize: Natasha Murray
  • Murray Fredericks: Greenland project
  • Jan Kempenaers' Spomeniks
  • the "danse macabre"
  • wetplate photography: Denis Roussel
  • British photography: Mary McIntyre
  • South Australian photography: Ernest Gall
  • Nicholas Nixon: Boston views
  • British photography: Alex Boyd
  • Vanessa Winship: she dances on jackson
  • after Flickr?
  • SA photography: Amy Pfitzner
  • Recent Auckland Photography
  • Freud, photography, the uncanny
  • photography beyond mimesis
  • Australian Photography: Judith Crispin
  • American Photography: George N Barnard
  • Jean-Michel Basquiat
  • American photography: Mitch Epstein
  • Auckland Festival of Photography: Neil Pardington
  • revisiting Surrealism
  • Richard Barnes: rephotographing the past
  • finding futureland
  • Spectacular City – Photographing the Future
  • Rosetta Head looking from King's Beach
  • the Holtermann collection
  • Julia Solis: Stages of Decay
  • Australian architectural photography: Tim Griffith
  • Edward Weston at Point Lobos
  • Juergen Teller
  • Louise Joséphine Bourgeois: sculptures
  • lost Brisbane
  • on early modernist abstraction
  • UK photography: Paul Kenny
  • The Photographic Image in Digital Culture
  • Peter MacDonald
  • Adobe's gouging of consumers
  • Time Machine
  • NZ photography: Fiona Pardington
  • Australian photography: David Flanagan
  • surviving disruptive digital innovation
  • public pedagogy
  • Australian photography: D. Darian Smith
  • on contemporary art in a digital world
  • American photography: Jan Groover
  • NZ Photography: Doc Ross
  • Jane Campion: In the Cut
  • Frank Gohlke: Accommodating Nature
  • happy holidays
  • The end of photography
  • Hubble Space Telescope
  • The Kodak Salon, Melbourne
  • Leunig on Leunig
  • urban landscape exhibition
  • Kate Breakey
  • thoughtfactory's Gallery
  • nocturnal photography: Effie Paleologou
  • Czech photography: Jitka Hanzlová
  • Tumblr
  • the frame
  • Adelaide: Place 2012
  • Bowness Photography Prize 2012
  • Dusan Marek: surrealism in Australia
  • Jeffrey Smart: Kapunda Mines
  • Jeffrey Smart: Adelaide paintings #2
  • Jeffrey Smart: Adelaide paintings
  • Emil Otto Hoppé
  • scarred by a church
  • German photography: Thomas Birke
  • Indian photography: Dayanita Singh
  • South West Light: ND5 group
  • Old and in the Way (Live) July 23, 1973
  • Mark Rothko: black + gray paintings
  • iPhone ‘the snapshot camera of today’
  • Mandy Martin: industrial paintings
  • Abstraction in photography
  • James Welling: Fluid Dynamics
  • Life in Your Hands: art from solastalgia
  • Gustave Caillebott: painting and photography
  • Jeffrey Smart: paintings 1940-2011
  • Galleries: The Photography Room
  • New Colour Photography in Australia
  • America in View: Landscape Photography 1865 to Now
  • American photography: Jonathan Smith
  • American photography: James Welling
  • Brighton Photo Biennial: urban exploration
  • The 'Innocence of Muslims'
  • From Flâneur to Driveur
  • Ed Douglas-- Family Tree: An Exploration
  • Look: Contemporary Australian Photography since 1980
  • the indexical nature of photography
  • Adelaide + high rise development
  • photographic realism
  • Australian photography: Andrew Chapman
  • Refractions: Contemporary urban photography
  • reviving Polaroid 8x10
  • iPhoneography
  • imperfect photography
  • post-photography?
  • Hijacked III: Michael Ziebarth
  • Australian photography: Debra Phillips
  • conceptual photography
  • Robert Hughes: RIP
  • modernism + the blur
  • Australian photography: Steven Tester
  • SALA: Mark Kimber
  • Australian photography: Bruno Bernini
  • photography: “indexical” and “iconic”
  • SALA 2012
  • Ampersand magazine: Capture the Fade
  • faux-vintage mobile photography
  • Australian photography: Katrina Koenning
  • the impact of digital on photography
  • London: paying the price
  • Auckland Festival of Photography: Mary Macpherson
  • Colberg on digital photography
  • Lauren Marsolier: transition
  • Carl De Keyzer: Moments Before the Flood
  • Rena Effendi: Chernobyl, Still Life In The Zone
  • English photography: Guy Sargent
  • graphic political imagery
  • photographers as artist researchers
  • Australian postmodernism
  • David Stephenson: cities at night
  • Leica Oskar Barnack Award
  • Head On Photographic festival: Angie Turnbull
  • Joerg Colberg: photography's existential crisis
  • Lost Places: Sarah Schönfeld
  • The 1970's provincialism problem
  • Belgium's summer of photography: Alnis Stakle
  • Auckland Festival of Photography
  • Fairport Convention: Unhalfbricking
  • political cartoons: David Rowe
  • Stephen Spurling 111: Mt Lyell open cut
  • on Flickr
  • Australian photography: Stephen Spurling 111
  • researching John Watt Beattie
  • a surrealist conversation
  • industrial landscapes
  • motherhood, sexuality, media
  • Saatchi Gallery: Out of Focus: Photography
  • iPad+photography
  • links
  • Gordon Bennett: Eddie Mabo, 1996
  • Paul Foelsche: aboriginal portraits
  • Kodak: In memoriam
  • Head On photographic festival
  • 'I Spy' photography
  • photobooks
  • Paul Foelsche: landscape studies
  • Martha Rosler: photography + the crisis of the real
  • Ed Ruscha: photography + conceptual art
  • Captain Sweet: views
  • Frank Hurley: Adelaide
  • Levon Helm: Only Halfway Home
  • photography: gear acquisition syndrome
  • looking for Atget in Paris
  • the last Grateful Dead show
  • Adelaide Festival: Visual Arts
  • Robert Polidori: Zones of Exclusion
  • caricature
  • Philip Wolfhagen: northern Midland landscapes
  • Joseph Lycett: saltpan, Tunbridge
  • rephotography
  • Frank Hurley: Queenstown landscapes
  • John Watt Beattie: Mt Lyell mine, Queenstown
  • Picturing Tasmanian landscapes
  • weekend cartoon
  • Bea Maddock: Terra Spiritus ... with a darker shade of pale (1993-98)
  • The Glover Prize 2012
  • Launceston, Tasmania: Hits and Memories
  • Francesca Woodman
  • exploring conceptual documentary
  • Thomas Struth: multiple layers of historical traces
  • Charles Bayliss: Sydney Harbour
  • Donna Brett: post-war German photography
  • photography and abstraction
  • mobile technologies + place
  • by passing the art gallery
  • Jeff Wall: Steve's Farm
  • Jeff Wall: The Destroyed Room
  • Jean-François Chevrier: photography in the 1980s
  • Japanese photography: Shintaro Sato
  • Joni Mitchell: "Night of the Iguana"
  • English photography: Mark Edwards
  • Helen Ennis on Australian landscape photography
  • Dave Rowe: political cartoonist
  • Mike Key: Queenstown, Tasmania
  • obesity: the surgical option
  • Thomas Demand: modernist
  • Bill Leak's deception
  • Adelaide modernism
  • Dutkiewicz x 3 at Willunga
  • digital snaps
  • David Hockney: recent landscapes
  • Captain Beefheart: Ice Cream for Crow
  • a Kodak culture
  • Australian colonial photographers: Francis J. Gillen
  • closing down the internet?
  • Adelaide photography: Greg Ackland
  • WA photography: Kevin Ballantine
  • Australian photography: Ed Douglas
  • Helen Ennis on belonging + connection to the land
  • an ethical photography?
  • Australian photography: John Austin
  • Film and digital technologies
  • Lee Friedlander's trees
  • a post-theoretical viewpoint
  • Journal for Artistic Research
  • Grateful Dead Movie---Part 1
  • Ennis, Photography + Australia, realism
  • American photography: Art Sinsabaugh
  • James Cant
  • engaging with the landscape after postmodernism
  • Gerhard Richter: townscapes
  • attachment to landscape
  • Helen Ennis: Photography and Australia
  • American photography: Michael Wolf
  • American Photography: Nan Goldin
  • 'Wake in Fright'
  • Shutterclank!
  • photographic nostalgia
  • Australian documentary photography
  • Bill Cunningham: street fashion
  • Paris Photo 2011
  • Bill Henson in Adelaide
  • Soho Photo Gallery
  • Olegas Truchanas
  • Adelaide Street Art: Peter Drews + Adelaide's Forgotten Outlaws
  • NZ photography: Greg Semu
  • Victor Harbor book
  • Joyce Campbell: daguerreotypes at Te Reinga
  • UNSENSORED11
  • NZ photography: Joyce Campbell
  • at FotoFreo12
  • Grateful Dead: Franklin's Tower 1977-05-09
  • art institution: catching up
  • wilderness photography in the Blue Mountains
  • Monash Gallery of Art
  • Lisette Model
  • Australian photography: Mark Strizic
  • Angus O’Callaghan: yesterday's Melbourne
  • postwar Melbourne photography
  • in Melbourne on a photo shoot
  • Photography Festival: Ways of Looking
  • Docklands: a wasteland?
  • British photography: Dougie Wallace
  • Foam Festival
  • Melbourne's Docklands
  • Walker Evans - Subway Photographs
  • Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal
  • Steve Jobs: a tribute
  • reCollections: hybridity, Aboriginal art
  • modernism in Australia
  • ANZANG Nature Photography
  • history + photography
  • a ‘regional Australian culture’
  • 9/11: a decade on
  • being gazed at
  • British Photography: John Blakemore
  • Facebook
  • NZ Photography: Richard Maloney
  • Melbourne: development
  • Australian photography: Les Horvat
  • on the road
  • Australian photography: Katrin Koenning
  • Paolo Ventura
  • Jane Campion: Portrait of a Lady
  • timemachine: an Australian foto magazine
  • American photography: Jerome Liebling
  • Australian photography: Sally McInerney
  • Wolfgang Sievers + architectural photography
  • the image as data in flux
  • Lee Friedlander: spatial compression
  • photography: a language or discipline?
  • Harold E. "Doc" Edgerton
  • Andrew Bush: Drive
  • Australian photography: Bronek Kozka
  • Australian photography: Rebecca Dagnall
  • junk food: Super Size Me
  • Australian Photography: two books
  • Melbourne Silver Mine Inc.
  • Australian photography: Claire Martin
  • Ballarat International Foto Biennale 2011: Osamu James Nakagawa
  • Kodak Salon
  • light posting
  • Ballarat International Foto Biennale 2011: John Gollings
  • Ballarat International Foto Biennale 2011: Roger Donaldson
  • Ballarat International Foto Biennale 2011: Judith Crispin
  • copycat
  • Ballarat International Foto Biennale 2011: Lisa M Robinson
  • photography, seriality, archive
  • conceptual documentary
  • Ballarat International Foto Biennale 2011: Tony Whincup
  • the culture of large format photography
  • using images on the internet
  • Landscape Stories: The Lure of the Sea
  • The Bechers + photographic grammar
  • American photography: Mike Rebholz
  • European Photography: Jan Parik
  • redesigning cities: place making
  • Lucian Freud
  • American Photography: Janelle Lynch
  • Junk food advertising
  • American Photography: William Clift
  • American Photography: William Rugen
  • German Photography: Frank Thiel
  • European Photography
  • Murdoch on page 3
  • Nine Inch Nails: And All That Could Have Been
  • Rencontres d'Arles
  • Facing Change
  • change in America
  • Hungarian Museum of Photography
  • Hungarian photography
  • Cy Twombly: extending abstract expressionism
  • German photography: Thomas Struth
  • junk food + overeating
  • Hiroshima: Ground Zero 1945
  • friday humour
  • urban ugliness
  • Vivian Maier: colour work
  • Australian photography: Frank Hurley
  • Gillian Welch: Hickory Wind
  • Australia's concentration camps
  • Richard Misrach: Destroy this Memory
  • American photography: Rosalind Solomon
  • photography encultured
  • Apple's new HQ
  • Friday humour
  • English photography: Ben Roberts
  • the poetics of place
  • Kazuna Taguchi: blurring the boundaries
  • Boris Mikhailov: Case History
  • Swedish Photography: Struan Gray
  • American photography: Clay Lipsky
  • black + white photography today
  • American photography: Mitch Epstein
  • romanticism, fragment, ruin
  • American Photography: Richard Benson
  • Hijacked 2: Australia/Germany
  • architecture + place
  • photography in its expanded sense
  • the photographic and the filmic image
  • photography as a mould of time
  • Getty Images
  • Victor Harbor Council + Rambler
  • American photography: Taryn Simon
  • Patricia Piccinini: between animal/human
  • Australian Photography: Tim Handfield
  • Seven Central Australian Photographers
  • German photographic discourse
  • the phantasmagoria of modernity
  • the networked snapshot
  • American photography: Alex Webb
  • American photography: Ira Cohen
  • art photography: assumptions
  • deskilling in art
  • Chicago Institute of Design: formalism
  • American photography: Charles Swedlund
  • renewing Adelaide: unpopular culture
  • Tim Hetherington: In Memoriam
  • Exposed: Climate Change in Britain’s Backyard 2007
  • photography's uniqueness
  • British landscape photography: Joe Cornish
  • Australian photography: Andrew Stark
  • a digital solution
  • Sasha Terebenin: abstraction
  • Frederick H. Evans: architectural photography
  • black humour
  • Wim Wenders: photography
  • Les Walkling: Pilbara
  • Mark Kimber: The Cloud Chamber
  • Phil Underdown: nature + ideology
  • Foam + photography's future
  • Henry Dixon
  • Charles Marville
  • interpreting Eugene Atget
  • Florentine tree sit
  • a visual rhetoric
  • in Queenstown
  • Julian Cooper at LARQ
  • Osmosis at LARQ
  • Mining heritage in Tasmania
  • French Photography: Yannick Demmerle
  • Tasmania: Hobart
  • Tasmania bound
  • Architectural photography: a note
  • the International (Polaroid) Collection
  • scanning negs
  • Lumen
  • Japanese photogrpahy: Kou Igarashi
  • Japanese photography: Naoki Ishikawa
  • Leunig's wit
  • Tasmanian photographers: David Stephenson
  • aerial photography: Yann Arthus-Bertrand
  • NSW Police mug shots
  • forces of nature
  • Harry Callahan: colour
  • Japan: devastation
  • public phone booths
  • charting the cultural turn
  • Tasmanian trip
  • Alex Frayne: Adelaide Noir
  • On Shadow
  • regulating access to public spaces
  • Zaha Hadid: Guangzhou Opera house
  • creative industries
  • photography after photography
  • photography + higher education
  • interpreting Dylan
  • Already Home
  • NGA: street art
  • architecture, emptiness, photography
  • American photography: An-My Lê
  • CH CH: another earthquake
  • British Photography: Herbert Ponting
  • in Melbourne: Bolte Bridge
  • German Photography: Clemens Bechmann
  • New Zealand Photography: Ben Cauchi
  • New Zealand photography: Derek Henderson
  • German Photography: Margret Hoppe
  • New weblog: poodlewalks
  • the photographer's darkroom
  • shit happens
  • a small step
  • slow photography
  • just too slow
  • British Photographer: Tim Rudman
  • Cyclone Yasi
  • conceptual art and its aftermath
  • the democratic interpretation of images
  • on location
  • Dutch photography: Frank van der Salm
  • Pentti Sammallahti
  • German Photography: Kai Wiedenhöfer
  • pathos
  • iPhone photography
  • German Photography: Axel Hütte
  • German photography: Roland Fischer
  • James Cochran: Adelaide street scenes
  • waiting, waiting
  • photos of old London
  • American photography: Ezra Stoller
  • American Photography: J. Henry Fair
  • Brisbane floods
  • Cambo 5x7: problems
  • British Photography: Fay Godwin
  • photographic culture: techno-spasm and creative freedom
  • Anselm Kiefer
  • British photography: Frank Watson
  • when nudity = pornography
  • surrealism + photography
  • Frederick Sommer: Arizona Landscape
  • Yves Marchand + Romain Meffre
  • creating a people-friendly city
  • modernism
  • Kodachrome: 1935-2010
  • cricket tragics
  • Joseph Cornell: multimedia
  • photography + the archive
  • Xmas
  • Zappa and Beefheart
  • poor Flickr
  • aesthetics: a note
  • Captain Beefheart: goodbye
  • American photography: Jo Ann Walters
  • British photography: Sarah Amy Smith
  • Frank Gehry: Dr Chau Chak Wing Building
  • interpreting images
  • photography and the end
  • British photography: Andy Sewell
  • The urban renaissance
  • Tom Waits: Bone Machine
  • borderlands
  • a fraying edge: Alexander Gronsky
  • British Photography: Ian Teh
  • photography related blogs
  • finally, some movement
  • Tom Waits: Swordfishtrombones
  • British photography: Sam Baguley
  • NZ Photography: Fiona Pardington
  • New Zealand Photography: Ava Seymour
  • Swedish photography: Jan Tove
  • Unnerved: The New Zealand Project
  • in Melbourne
  • Hart's Mill
  • Deep Sleep: Fabio Barile
  • Piece of Cake
  • the alleyway
  • British Photography: Jem Southam
  • emerging
  • British photography: Eric de Maré
  • New Zealand photography: Eva Polak
  • American photography: Charles Grogg
  • my beast of burden
  • American photography: Jan Groover
  • American photography: Steven B. Smith
  • the camera as sketch pad
  • I want to buy a rangefinder
  • Annie Leibovitz: A Photographer's Life 1990–2005
  • American photography: Anna Collette
  • Renew Adelaide
  • The Hijacked series
  • Richard Misrach + the colour photo movement
  • too difficult
  • German photography: Michael Schmidt revisited
  • Visions and Images: Joel Meyerowitz, 1981
  • black rock study
  • US landscape photography
  • German photography: Michael Wolf
  • American photography: Zoe Strauss
  • Nadav Kander: I wish i were near you
  • the American pastoral
  • David Maisel
  • the photographer at work
  • Victor Harbor: national broadband network
  • European photography: Dana Popa
  • a highway of death
  • studio photography
  • Australian Photography: Rebecca Shanahan
  • DIY photography
  • Australian photography: Glenn Sloggett
  • Newton on recent Australian photography
  • Square Magazine
  • 'it is happening' at Port Adelaide
  • Block Projects: David Ralph
  • Thomas Joshua Cooper
  • the Antipodes: place or relation
  • transgressing conservative culture critique
  • Lee Friedlander: America by Car
  • Francois Robert's bones
  • Art + Soul: Ricky Maynard
  • harrassing photographers
  • Adelaide photographers: John Hodgson
  • Australian Photography: Richard White
  • photographic character
  • Doug Moran Photographic Prize
  • dam
  • National Gallery of Australia: indigenous art
  • the desire for technological perfection
  • Bowness Photography Prize 2010
  • art criticism
  • water in Lake Alexandrina
  • a sour note
  • bitten off more than I can chew
  • burnt rubbish bin
  • a voice from the past
  • Why Photography Matters
  • Photography now
  • 'I was lovin' it'
  • rubbish
  • Wilderness: New South Wales Art Gallery
  • The Ecologies Project
  • Stormy Weather: Contemporary Landscape Photography
  • Kevin O’Faircheallaigh's jeremiad against photography
  • Paris Photo 2010: Matt Wilson
  • 'A Small History of Photography': Walter Benjamin
  • Leunig: crossroads
  • Christchurch--earthquake
  • David Lynch: Wild at Heart
  • Anish Kapoor + formlessness
  • The Ipswich House: Heritage house portraits
  • Edward Burtynsky: Oil Spill
  • the (re)turn to large format photography
  • Australian photography: Ronda Wallis
  • Beach Boys: Holland
  • urban waste
  • Exposed: Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera
  • space + place
  • Carolyn Drake: Hasankeyf
  • unable to post
  • returning to Victor Harbor
  • photography in itself?
  • Alejandro Cartagena: Suburbia Mexicana
  • image + text
  • at Victor Harbor
  • finally....
  • Victor Burgin: photos as signs
  • Kate Ellis: delivering what for Adelaide?
  • digital photography
  • Victor Burgin: then + now re photography
  • art + positivism
  • Kudditji Kngwarreye: My Country
  • bringing history into the present
  • Australian Photography: Michael Riley
  • personal: computers etc
  • Camilo José Vergara: urban decay
  • industrial ruins + the gothic
  • Australian photographers: Lauren Hewitt
  • stumbling upon Heidi Romano
  • pretended urban localism?
  • ruined buildings
  • the cultural landscape
  • landscape + memory
  • Farmers market
  • POOL: the collaborative projects
  • going pro in a high tech world
  • craft + photography
  • Stuart Franklin: landscapes in flux
  • in the studio
  • Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu: Wiyathul
  • flower study 1
  • a personal moment
  • a creeping cultural conservatism
  • Evangeline: two versions
  • land use
  • Walker Evans: Polaroid work
  • NEA Photography Surveys of the 1970s
  • Joe Deal: The Fault Zone
  • Leon Levinstein: street photography
  • Laurie Anderson: Homeland
  • Fotofest 2010: Todd Hido
  • Clay Shirky on weblogs
  • photography + tourism
  • Eugène Atget: photography of place
  • documentary photography: a note
  • Photography and critical realism
  • a strawberry stall
  • Contemporary Strategies in Documentary Photography
  • Massimo Vitali: landscape with figures
  • dam tech stuff
  • Carolyn Cole: pictures of BP oil spill
  • Bauhaus + photography
  • tourism
  • Australian Photography: Stephen Best
  • DIY photo publishing
  • Marzena Wasikowska: Forensic Landscapes
  • The Wire: Season 5
  • Stanley Greenberg: architectural photography
  • Sally Mann: Deep South
  • Shizuka Yokomizo: urban loneliness
  • New York Photo Festival: 3D coverage
  • when the sun goes down
  • images
  • Andrew Moore: Detroit
  • an image culture
  • The end of photography as we know it?
  • Romanticism: a note
  • Christopher Thomas: evoking Atget
  • Olaf Otto Becker: Above Zero
  • Helen Levitt: colour photography
  • digital technology + photography
  • CIBO Galleria
  • The Band: It makes no difference
  • political rhetoric
  • Bill Henson 2010
  • Stephen Shore: American Surfaces
  • a touch of humour
  • Simon Roberts: We English
  • photographs as objects
  • to photograph is to frame
  • photography e-book
  • the post photographic
  • Mad Men
  • Australian photography: Simon Obarzanek
  • Melissa Fleming: night seascapes
  • more rubbish
  • producing a book
  • a personal note
  • junk
  • iPad + puss
  • Nicholas Nixon: The Brown sisters
  • the big plunge
  • breaking with the art tradition
  • working in a series: mise-en-abyme
  • White Stripes: Forever For Her (Is Over For Me)
  • the photographic inscription of contingency
  • allegory
  • photographic allegories
  • Hong Kong rooftops
  • Wynn Bullock
  • Paul Graham on artist photographers
  • NZ Photography: Mary McPherson
  • photography: denotation and connotation
  • You cannot live on exposure
  • Richard Mosse
  • Mars: Proctor Crater + other images
  • possible digital futures
  • retro creatives
  • a photographic education
  • Salt: Murray Fredericks
  • photography+ creative industries
  • in Adelaide: state election
  • photographic archives
  • Jonathan Tagg on photographies
  • black humour
  • Dereliction and decline
  • returning to the old
  • cloud culture
  • Tasmanian landscape: David Keeling
  • Tasmania: The Glover Prize
  • Fringing
  • SMiLE: Windchimes
  • Grateful Dead: Deep Elem Blues
  • Tasmania: logging and wilderness
  • in Tasmania: Recherche Bay
  • in Tasmania: Cradle Mountain
  • in Tasmania: Tunbridge
  • in Tasmania: wilderness
  • in Tasmania: exploring Queenstown
  • in Tasmania: Strahan
  • at Petrel Cove
  • photography + history
  • NZ photography: Andrew Ross
  • a portfolio of my images
  • Michael Fried on Jeff Wall
  • Barbara C Mensch + old New York
  • postmodernism + sublime
  • New Zealand Photography: Tony Bridge
  • NZ photography: John O'Malley
  • celebrating Australia Day
  • NZ Photographers: Doc Ross
  • the digital photo: a note
  • a beach mosaic as a grid
  • Tasmania: photography + broadband
  • Festival season in Adelaide
  • photography's user manual
  • John Hillcoat + Nick Cave: The Proposition
  • Port Elliot: coastal ruin
  • photography's language of colour
  • at Victor Harbor
  • racial discrimination in Australia
  • William Eggleston: colourist
  • photography at the beach
  • Australian Photographers: Jane Burton
  • Richard Misrach: On the Beach
  • Sontag + photography
  • cameras, illusion, reality
  • William Klein: style
  • Learning From Las Vegas
  • Modernist abstraction: C Chiarenza
  • Happy New Year
  • Xmas Day: Granite Island
  • Murray Fredericks: Lake Eyre
  • Gordon Undy
  • Saul Leiter: colour photography
  • Xmas Day: white rose
  • Fotofreo 2010: Eugene Richards
  • Copenhagen: a fiasco
  • Sarah Jones: photography + psychoanalysis
  • The Kinks: Come Dancing
  • old + new
  • Art and Copenhagen
  • Conroy's internet censorship
  • Annika von Hausswolff + post modern photography
  • animated images
  • Photography: memories and history
  • photobooks: possibilities + future
  • photography and climate change #2
  • photography and climate change
  • Situationists + the problem of the city
  • Encounter Bay: the old slowly disappears
  • a climate warming graph
  • tablets are coming
  • the aesthetic image
  • urban renewal in Adelaide: Riverside West
  • Flashback : Little Feat
  • what role for art?
  • where's the water?
  • doing photography everyday?
  • Samson and Delilah: a bare life
  • Tod Papageorge: poetic documents
  • Fotofreo: Carrie Levy
  • the world of new media
  • Simon Harsent: icebergs
  • Uta Barth: making pictures of and about other pictures
  • obscurity in photography
  • 'the truth in painting'
  • Leunig--boat people
  • heatwave in Adelaide
  • a political hullaboo
  • a retro style
  • Bangarra Dance Company Fire: A Retrospective
  • Nadav Kander: Yangtze, From East to West
  • Star of Greece
  • Abu Dhabi: architecture
  • it's odd, isn't it
  • Art of Nature
  • New Topographics restaged in the US
  • Hans Aarsmann: urban nature
  • a revitalised and rejuvenated Adelaide CBD
  • Ed Ruscha + everyday objects
  • Edmund Capon: the end of art
  • Ballarat International Foto Biennale: Drex Brooks
  • from yesteryear
  • looking backwards
  • Vivian Maier: street photography in Chicago
  • shifting from Microsoft to Apple
  • disliking photography
  • photography: a note
  • the turn to beauty
  • The Jackson Jive
  • revival of aesthetics
  • Renew Newcastle project
  • Ballarat International Foto Biennale: Tim Griffith
  • The Wire: Season 2
  • Ballarat International Foto Biennale: Tim Burder
  • back from Ballarat
  • Ballarat International Foto Biennale: alternative photographic processes
  • nailing the photographer
  • Julius Shulman: modernist architectural photographer
  • free content
  • Roman Polanski + sexual politics
  • beach erosion, climate change, Krugman
  • about water and dustbowls
  • Mise-en-abyme
  • Dust storm in Broken Hill
  • Ballarat Foto Biennale: Alex Syndikas
  • digital photographic books
  • Rencontres d'Arles: Avedon
  • The Adelaide Electric Supply Co Ltd
  • Benjamin Norman: Wall Street
  • Ballarat International Foto Biennale: Gary Steer
  • Ballarat Foto Biennale (BIFB): Wayne Quilliam + MAP
  • photography and place
  • Encounter Studio
  • graffiti in a digital world
  • Victor Harbor: foreshore erosion
  • Space: butterfly-shaped nebula
  • Leica M9 + others
  • At Victor Harbor
  • beyond positive thinking: carnival
  • Led Zeppelin: The Song Remains the Same
  • Adelaide photographers: Rossanne Pellegrino
  • Leunig: graffiti + nostalgia
  • Dean Sewell + Tamara Dean on photography
  • NZ photography: Maurice Lye
  • Dylan: Positively 4th Street
  • The Wire: Season 1
  • the tourist gaze
  • Adelaide: an innovation city?
  • new visual grammars?
  • a reflective moment #1
  • alleyway life
  • sign of the times
  • Romanticism: mirror versus lamp
  • from grid to network
  • Russian Constructivism
  • a 'remix' culture
  • Michael Keena: Ratcliffe Power Station
  • Rolling Stones: Foret Nationale Concert, 1973
  • Sante Fe: Steve Fitch
  • Mutton Cove Conservation Reserve
  • magic in the plastic
  • Music: then + now
  • economy of appearances
  • the flâneur
  • Hiroshi Sugimoto, time, Deleuze
  • Thierry Urbain
  • narrative + pictures
  • Contemporary Aesthetics
  • career shift
  • photographs as propositions
  • photography and rhetoric
  • photography + semiotics
  • Waterhouse Prize 2009
  • Broken Hill's "brownfields"
  • making photography central
  • Light Journeys
  • New Zealand Photography: Haruhiko Sameshima
  • Emily Kame Kngwarreye: Alatyite Dreaming
  • the Big Empty
  • Grateful Dead: Fire on the Mountain
  • sorry old world
  • River Murray: some flows in Mildura
  • Maria Levitsky: architectural ruins
  • photographic trip to Menindee Lakes
  • Brian Eno: By this River
  • who cares?
  • everyday life #2
  • everyday life #1
  • photo books: self-publishing
  • River Murray wake
  • Independent photography
  • Ian Fairweather
  • depression
  • surveillance in the city
  • Lauren E. Simonutti: surrealism
  • wilderness photography: its flaws
  • Scarfe on Afghanistan
  • levelling the photography playing field
  • Lung Liu: Salton sea
  • Lake Eyre
  • Adelaide: new urban form
  • beyond growth
  • down at Victor Harbor
  • Dennis Wilson: Pacific Ocean Blue
  • photographic artists
  • Ferit Kuyas: Chongqing
  • aesthetics of catastrophe
  • photographic histories
  • Michael Jackson: Billie Jean
  • Michael Jackson: media star
  • Murray-Darling Basin: claypan
  • Richard + Linda Thompson
  • Leunig: homeless
  • Seacliff Beach
  • battles around the image
  • Murray-Darling Basin: drying
  • Leonard Cohen
  • photography's identity crisis?
  • Lay Flat and the crisis of experience
  • Per Kirkeby + neo-expresionism
  • Cultural conservatism + art
  • Weekend pet pics: Agtet
  • Robert Heinecken
  • John Wood: beyond pure/modernist photography
  • my life
  • making strange
  • Pink Floyd: Goodbye Blue Sky
  • remembering
  • Pink Floyd: The Wall
  • Venice Biennale
  • intensity
  • censorship
  • Blair French: about photography
  • dialectical images?
  • Pat Brassington
  • once, there was water
  • Space: Trifid Nebula
  • German Photography: Michael Schmidt
  • Paul Graham
  • Joni Mitchell: The Magdalene Laundries
  • Stills Gallery: Thirteen, Robyn Stacey
  • photographic histories
  • poisonous tv
  • photography and beauty
  • photography blogging
  • tree + beach shack
  • Edward Burtynsky: ruins
  • New Topographics in Australia?
  • Naoya Hatakeyama
  • salt lake, near Lake Alexandrina
  • Dirt Game
  • Yoko Ono + photography
  • The Who: Who are you
  • The Gruen Transfer's anti-discrimination ad
  • haphazart magazine
  • no creative economy
  • Kozloff on photographic criticism
  • Port Adelaide project
  • Wolf Creek
  • beauty: a note
  • thinking images?
  • rephotographing Agtet
  • Dylan: Like a Rolling Stone, 1966
  • beyond Flickr
  • Canterbury plains
  • Alfotonet: One City; three Views
  • Velvet Underground: Loaded
  • digital photography
  • red caravan
  • Influenza A (H1N1)
  • New Zealand Photography: Anne Shelton
  • New Zealand Photography: Peter Peryer
  • Kaikoura coastline
  • Anzac Day: mythology
  • rusty, decay
  • photography, history
  • memories of....
  • The Band: Opheleia
  • photography, place, visual culture
  • New Zealand Photography: Theo Schoon
  • Buller River #2
  • Cohen Brothers: No country for old men
  • NZ Photography: Wayne Barrar
  • in a warmed up world....
  • critical encounters
  • tourism
  • history and memory
  • New Zealand Photography: Lawrence Aberhart
  • New Zealand photography: Mark Adams
  • David Bowie - Warszawa
  • NZ Photography: Murray Hedwig
  • New Zealand Photography: Robin Morrison
  • NZ realism/regionalism
  • Punakaiki River, Paparoa National Park
  • Pancake Rocks, Paparoa National Park
  • international politics
  • rock, Castle Hill
  • urban living
  • New Zealand: West Coast
  • Bonds
  • Sunday humor
  • The Who: nostalgia
  • Street art: The ABC on
  • viral life
  • street politics
  • in Melbourne
  • Kruspit + post art
  • Talking Heads: More Songs About Buildings and Food
  • Anselm Kiefer
  • German photography: Karin Apollonia Mueller
  • The New Media
  • Timothy O'Sullivan + American modernism
  • corporate modernism
  • Ed Ruscha: photography
  • Eric Tabuchi: abandoned Gasoline stations
  • Captain Beefheart: Safe as Milk
  • modernism + contemporary
  • Lewis Baltz: the question of the medium
  • Grateful Dead: Europe 72
  • Iain Sinclair + psychogeography
  • photography + the global financial crisis
  • photography and abstraction
  • photography and presence
  • Archibald Prize 2009: finalists
  • maybe
  • Christoph Morlinghaus
  • bringing nature into history
  • Is Adelaide architecture boring
  • Cape Willoughby
  • racist cartoons
  • The Best American Comics 2007
  • Polanoid in Adelaide
  • space: Messier 101 galaxy
  • visual representation
  • Larsen B iceshelf
  • Mathew Montieth: Czech Eden
  • changes
  • Hosang Park: A square
  • bush fires + climate change
  • megafires in Victoria
  • ladder + trolley
  • heat wave passes
  • images of violence
  • graffiti + broken window
  • world as picture
  • after the pictorial turn
  • altfotonet: first exhibition/issue
  • recession fuelled art
  • Ralph Hotere
  • Colin McCahon: landscapes
  • Mondrian: grids, energy flows, jazz
  • heatwave
  • modernist photography's narrative
  • Grosz, Deleuze, indigenous art
  • modern times
  • Bertolucci: --1900
  • animated pictures
  • Bon Iver
  • Sugimoto Hiroshi & time
  • a new day dawning
  • Seeger + Springsteen
  • Thomas Demand's constructions
  • beholding
  • history's pages
  • David Octavius Hill + Robert Adamson
  • Mars: Elysium Planitia
  • from cartoon to the postmodern
  • water: old attitudes
  • Julie Blackmon: family life
  • Dieter Appelt: performance, photography
  • Victor Burgin interviewed
  • Victor Burgin
  • subverting modernism
  • altfotonet.org
  • eco-postmodernism in Adelaide?
  • punk + photography
  • Stephen Shore: The Nature of Photographs
  • Friedrich Sommer as a surrealist
  • Bruce Springsteen: Storytellers
  • Plateform magazine
  • poesis: a note
  • an aesthetics of social conduct
  • beauty, photography
  • consumerism
  • Graham Miller: Suburban Splendour
  • Xmas and all that
  • limits of photography
  • Merry Xmas
  • Leunig on technology
  • Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah
  • the photograph as a physical object
  • photography: two faces
  • Landsat: Death Valley
  • rocks, photography and surrealism
  • Australian Photojournalist
  • Words without Pictures
  • referencing graffiti
  • Torrens Island Power Station
  • political courage
  • photography and abstraction
  • wheels, cars, cities
  • the temporality of photography
  • picture anxiety
  • towards e-books
  • urbanity in Melbourne
  • Scorsese's Gangs of New York
  • debris, Yarra River
  • Melbourne: Doyle, urban life, waste
  • Mars: glaciers?
  • Melbourne airport 7am
  • Rosalie Gascoigne
  • Graffiti and the Digital Experience
  • digging around the internet
  • Trent Parke: The Christmas Tree Bucket
  • Alec Soth: The Last Days of W
  • Douglas Sirk: Written on the Wind
  • Andreas Gursky in Melbourne
  • doll + roses
  • U2: Rattle and Hum
  • Saturn:---aurora
  • Port River
  • the abyss
  • Crary and regimes of visuality
  • in reason's shadow
  • Lucinda Williams: 'Rarity'
  • urban reinvention
  • German photography: Rut Blees Luxemberg
  • Beyond Reasonable Drought
  • Jennifer Joseph
  • Martin Parr on Flickr /amateur photography
  • in the studio
  • Photogenic Papers
  • Emmylou Harris: All I Intended to Be
  • Leunig
  • beach shack, Aldinga
  • German photography: Gudrun Kemsa
  • space: aesthetics and astronomy
  • Polaroid---a long goodbye?
  • Australian architecture: avant garde
  • stumbling upon...hauntology
  • reterritorialisation
  • disorientated
  • forest politics, Tasmanian style
  • a Baroque sensibility
  • representing reality
  • dazzling blackholes
  • Kingston, Canberra
  • the rulers of the universe
  • Canberra modernism
  • rose, Gosse St, Kingston
  • from capitalism to socialism
  • the end is nigh
  • MaxMara
  • Adelaide: aerial view
  • Leunig: gloom
  • a text to a picture
  • floor of lus Chasma, Mars
  • winter in Adelaide
  • red cliffs on Mars
  • State Library of NSW on Flickr
  • Henson as a paedophile
  • Kudditji Kngwarreye
  • modernism in Australia
  • metroblossom
  • Josef Koudelka: romantic artist
  • Cleaning Graffiti
  • dying camelia
  • US blues
  • Dusty Binary Star
  • A Modernist office revisited
  • camelias in Kingston
  • Australian rock art: Arnheim Land
  • the market as a fun fair
  • Joel Sternfeld: Walking the Line
  • Canberra: a smart city?
  • Sculpture and Cactus
  • Tasmanian Museum + Art Gallery: redevelopment
  • space photography
  • in Canberra, Melbourne calling
  • back in Canberra
  • classifying blogs
  • Damien Hirst
  • Robert Adams
  • medium format photography
  • water for Adelaide
  • orange abstract
  • Victoria Square
  • Melbourne Festival: Anne Noble
  • a clean up
  • Hawaiian Shoreline
  • Vivid in Canberra: Silvi Glattauer
  • Richard Green: Wild Places
  • Australian Photography: Charles Bayliss
  • doomed
  • Vitamin: “Urban Differences”
  • caring for water?
  • neo-classical politics
  • A Modernist Office
  • Ki'laueu Volcano
  • Mars: early morning
  • saving the Corrong?
  • restoring street art: Keith Haring
  • Adelaide's Victoria Square redesign
  • Polixeni Papapetrou: Haunted Country series
  • the bush + mobile broadband
  • Queensland excess
  • History of the River Murray's lower lakes
  • the media's Olympics
  • Angelina George: Far Away Places
  • Beijing Olympics as metaphor
  • Brisbane Powerhouse: Paolo Pellegrin
  • Jirrawun Arts: Rammey Ramsey
  • Flickr, photography, video
  • Barry Kosky
  • Tree at La Jolla, CA
  • the culture of celebrity
  • winter in Adelaide
  • the media's Olympics
  • Melbourne Photography: UNSENSORED08
  • Beijing Olympics: aesthetics
  • Blake Prize: aesthetics
  • spinning ecological devastation: Lake Alexandrina
  • heritage
  • Sala Festival
  • Rhizomes1
  • Polly Borland: The Babies
  • Penny Borland
  • Saturday humour
  • Milang jetty
  • representing death
  • urban modernism
  • Popping and Locking
  • Mundoo Channel
  • Grateful Dead: Bertha
  • reworking images
  • gone to Apple
  • David Jensz
  • Australian photography: Stephen Dupont
  • leaving a PC world
  • River Murray inflows
  • Sci Fi: Brazil
  • professionalism/amateur in photography
  • Mathew Sleeth
  • Patti Smith
  • iPhone: telco ripoff
  • visual politics: New Yorker + Obama
  • Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu: Djarimirri
  • Vivid, Degree South, Joyce Evans
  • Bill Henson opens Picture Paradise exhibition
  • Rhizomes1 on the way
  • Forbidden Lie$
  • Into the Wild: Hollywood's mythmaking
  • art making a political point?
  • Murray-Darling
  • Fellini: Il Bidone
  • Sugimoto's Seascapes
  • Michael Kenna's Silent World
  • photography as an apparatus
  • dead tree
  • Rock Island Bend--25 years on
  • Trifid Nebula
  • Mars robot
  • Photographing the Passage of Time
  • Joni Mitchell
  • Australian photography: Ingeborg Tyssen
  • photo angst
  • amateurs + professionals
  • art's critical edge?
  • Australian photography: Flickr SA
  • Australian romanticism
  • credibility
  • street hassles
  • So Much For The City
  • Nine Inch Nails: Zero Sum
  • visual culture
  • Flickr experiments
  • Melbourne photography: Meme exhibition
  • German Photography: Bernd Kleinheisterkamp
  • political humour
  • Alexandra's Project: Rolf de Heer
  • space, again
  • windowless rooms
  • an electric car: Tesla Roadster
  • romanticism + photography
  • romantic currents today
  • bodies, sexuality, conservatism
  • home entertainment
  • reading photographs
  • An old favourite
  • Friday humor
  • Melbourne photography: Chris Zissiadis
  • Bo Diddley
  • Melbourne: erasing the past for the future
  • photography in a time of moral panic
  • 'whats the world coming to?
  • German Photography: Arwed Messmer
  • urban futures
  • consumerism: novelty + nostalgia +.....
  • political humour
  • Bill Henson: Leo Schofield interview
  • Bill Henson, biopolitics, moral panic
  • Bill Henson # 6 uncensored
  • Jupiter
  • yesterday's hero?
  • Bill Henson #5: censored images
  • Philip Hunter
  • Peter Bogdanovich: Targets
  • lazy Sunday at Goolwa
  • Melbourne: urban liveability
  • Friday humour
  • tourism, photography, desire
  • German Photography: Christian Schmidt
  • returning home to suburbia
  • cultivated nature
  • Cyclone Nargis: images
  • Poolside Scottsdale
  • German photography: Johannes Backes
  • landscapes from a car
  • Mesas Mars
  • Leunig: urban nature
  • German Photography: Jitka Hanzlová
  • Biosphere 2
  • German Photography: Bernd and Hilla Becher
  • virtual reality
  • Astro photography
  • Photoforum + NZ photography
  • Colin McCahon
  • celebrity + teenage sexuality
  • Colin McCahon
  • Franz Josef Glacier
  • Rita Angas + NZ regionalism
  • Eugene Von Guerard: Lake Wakitipu
  • Taliesin West
  • Eugene Von Guerard: Milford Sound
  • Haast River
  • Church architecture: Franz Josef Glacier
  • Milford Sound
  • Te Anau: tourism
  • towards wilderness
  • Lake Wanaka
  • Road Trip to Tombstone, AZ
  • Lindis Pass
  • Mt Cook
  • NZ humour
  • NZ: high country
  • Border Crossings
  • Akaroa, South Island
  • in Christchurch
  • Hubble images
  • roots + identity
  • John Ford: The Searchers
  • Phobos: Stickney Crater
  • a dying Murray River
  • Evening Rhythms
  • Astronomy picture of the day
  • Modern Phoenix Home Walk
  • Samantha Hobson: indigenous art + abstract expressionism
  • balcony views
  • poodlying
  • Andreas Gursky: photographing the sublime
  • Fiona Omeenyo + Silas Hobson
  • killer storm = romantic sublime
  • photoblog-----Rhizomes1
  • Desert Rhythms
  • a dead public space
  • wandering Perth's CBD
  • Wynne prize 2008
  • in Perth
  • sensing the sublime
  • modern living
  • John Tuomisto-Bell's Bronze Pouring
  • Conrad Martens
  • Landscape at the NGA: Turner to Monet
  • Elvis: 1968 Comeback Special
  • Easter: caring, sharing gospel or bacchanalia?
  • Rosemary Laing
  • Liveable cities
  • Festivaling in Adelaide: dark shadows
  • Formula 1: the spectacle returns
  • Bidydanga + Sally (Liki) Nanii
  • Sydney playtime at Ivy
  • urban travel
  • binging
  • a nomadic existence
  • successful cities
  • Richard Wastell
  • Phoenix's First Friday
  • Remembering another time
  • festivals + carnivals
  • May Lane, street art, grunge
  • Destiny Deacon
  • détournement
  • Newtown: architecture
  • cruising Newton, Sydney
  • in Sydney
  • urban gardens
  • urban nature
  • Seidler's Riverside
  • same old
  • Adelaide Festival of Arts: Lawrence Daws
  • Sidney Nolan
  • avoiding the broadband pirates
  • fat + hot
  • dawn
  • Nicholas Building: Cathedral Arcade
  • Meet the New Boss
  • De Facto Geographies of Captivity
  • brutalist public spaces
  • AC/DC Lane, Melbourne: revisiting
  • Melbourne street art: plus
  • Soul Deep, television culture, academia
  • facing the past
  • Canberra
  • opening up to photography projects
  • fading roses
  • going European
  • Keating: try to imagine the Aboriginal view
  • Stranded
  • a rose, the baroque, the fold
  • Friday humour
  • Architecture: brutalism + modernism
  • urban nature in Adelaide
  • Leunig: humour
  • Joseph Cornell assemblages
  • modernism + heritage
  • multiple perspectives
  • Manufacturing Town Squares
  • beyond a single point perspective?
  • Daniel Walbidi + Bidyadanga art movement
  • Library of Congress on Flickr #1
  • Library of Congress on Flickr
  • bogan culture?
  • beach architecture: a vanishing Australia
  • Port Elliot--beach culture
  • spec housing
  • Australia Day: Mountain Devil Lizard Dreaming
  • Heath Ledger, death, Hollywood tragedy
  • dancing with identity
  • Steve Reich, Music for 18 Musicians, trailer
  • modernism, Brasilia, urban planning
  • Kathleen Petyarre
  • photographs, romanticism, walking
  • E-games + creative nation
  • Barrett-Jackson Car Auction
  • Adelaide modern
  • feeling the rush
  • post-photography?
  • snapshot + art history
  • the local in the global
  • Best Street Party Ever - Parents Yet To Find Out
  • after too much grog, or ...
  • the tourist gaze
  • a personal coastal moment
  • Hurricane Ivan from space
  • bad public art in SA
  • Days of our lives
  • beachside delight
  • in my neighourhood
  • public spaces in a post-industrial Adelaide
  • nationality + cricket
  • Penola: yesterday's charm
  • cricket gets interesting
  • memories and history
  • Six Pistols: Filth + Fury
  • The Arizona Boneyards
  • From Kangaroo Island snap to photoblog
  • Street snap, Melbourne
  • A touch of surrealism
  • Rancière + aesthetics
  • New Years Eve: beach culture
  • Gold Coast: vulnerability
  • Celebrity today
  • Warhol in Australia
  • New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York
  • Cultural Edges
  • Picasso: after Cubism
  • just holiday snaps
  • Martin Parr: The Last Resort
  • Christmas Day in Phoenix
  • Radiohead: 7 Television Commercials
  • Xmas Day
  • stencil Christ: a little note of subversion?
  • Street Art Project in Union Lane
  • Ten Canoes
  • Union Lane
  • down at Victor Harbor
  • Nationalist Tensions
  • An Xmas card
  • Melbourne's Arcades
  • a day in Melbourne
  • art, pop, advertising
  • private/public
  • sex with robots
  • Yanakie caravan park: welcome
  • urban decay
  • fashion, art, celebrity, porn
  • Leica snap
  • appropriation
  • The Band, sort of; Dylan maybe
  • Janelia Farm
  • on the road
  • leaving the picturesque
  • Wilsons Promontory + the picturesque
  • Wilson's Promontory--discourse
  • Wilson's Promontory
  • Port Campbell + beyond
  • Water As Poison
  • on the road to Port Fairy
  • on holidays: Wilson's Promontory
  • oh dear
  • Colourful Symbols
  • When the Technical Class is More Powerful Than The State
  • on the road
  • Franz Kline
  • early morning
  • remembering Aaron Siskind's abstractions
  • George Grosz, Berlin Street Scene,
  • Unitary Urbanism: wandering the city
  • Politics: end of an era
  • Benzo + Adelaide street artists
  • Camelback Mountain
  • Rauschenberg, graffiti, time
  • Death to the Pixies
  • Adelaide street humor
  • opening up the pictorial field
  • stepping out
  • Desert Hills Presbyterian Church
  • Lettrism + street culture
  • Futureshock
  • Canberra snaps
  • election promises
  • Moon in HDT
  • Social networking: SA photographers
  • Lettrism, Adelaide, photography
  • culture industry: a perverted avant garde?
  • Nolan: ?
  • Snowbirds
  • Adelaide Graffiti
  • Ranciere, image, meaning
  • interpreting the avant garde
  • critical writing/reviewing in Australia
  • The global village is not yet
  • campaign 2007
  • McDowell Ranges
  • Adelaide: CBD renewal
  • Adelaide: still life
  • Mclaren's Rock 'n Roll Swindle: Pretty Vacant
  • a new Brisbane
  • DYI street culture
  • political art, otherwise
  • Groovy Dancing
  • Rock Relics+Facebook
  • Lake Mead, Arizona
  • Adelaide calling
  • Australian photographers: Carol Jerrems
  • Balthus revisited
  • Canyon Lake, Arizona
  • Adelaide Architecture
  • Luminaries: contemporary jewellery
  • The End is Nigh
  • graffiti as a decayed form
  • The Who: The Kids are Alright
  • Not quite Art
  • Quarry Australia
  • Where is Water Wisdom?
  • the natural order
  • a surreal moment in Adelaide
  • Freedom From Suicide
  • Tasmanian visual politics
  • an aesthetics of violence
  • Centre Place
  • Central Arcade Melbourne
  • Axis of Awesome
  • reinventing internet cafes
  • image + television
  • San Francisco Public Transport
  • on the road
  • Caravaggio + Baroque
  • image, television,
  • Radiohead's In Rainbows: not a review
  • travelling
  • urban desire
  • Urban Arboreal
  • If Turnbull hugs trees, where's Garrett?
  • Jan Billycan+Bidyadanga: emerging art moverment
  • AC/DC Lane + city identity
  • Federation Square: a postmodern island
  • political judments
  • Australian Blogging Conference
  • striking the right note
  • Mysterious Minamalism
  • evoking a moment
  • critiquing the culture industry, Australian style.
  • Modern Church Architecture
  • hanging out--free time?
  • undermining minimalism?
  • bendi lango
  • Melbourne snaps : heritage
  • Melbourne: Hosier Lane
  • The View From Canberra
  • from pop art to street culture
  • Beat Strueli: photographs
  • walking Melbourne with friends
  • Melbourne: rolling back the cars
  • bloody Microsoft
  • Federation Square--a postmodern public space?
  • Melbourne: ariel views
  • Caledonian Lane Melbourne
  • Vegas Drama
  • Melbourne beckons
  • Seidler, Riverside Centre, critical regionalism
  • Brisbane Snaps: urban life
  • the heart of politics is...?
  • demonic spirits
  • Canberra rocks on
  • Green Water
  • snapshots +urbanity
  • satire
  • on the road means
  • Melbourne snaps: Collins Street
  • lock down
  • Port Elliot weekender
  • visual politics
  • Victor Harbor snaps
  • Garrett folds
  • Capturing Jefferson as a Tourist
  • Victor Harbor + water restrictions
  • Gunns stand for environmental destruction
  • fashion blogosphere
  • Gunns pulp mill: health concerns
  • red moon
  • Freedom Wall
  • the culture industry: for petrol heads
  • Hobart snaps: punks versus society
  • Bonnie Raitt, Hobart, cityness
  • Hobart snaps: homage
  • Hobart snaps: traces of graffiti
  • Hobart snaps
  • Hobart snaps
  • on the road to Hobart
  • John Brack in Canberra
  • David Lynch: Blue Velvet
  • Jack Marx on Rudd +hot sex in New York city
  • winter colour
  • technological optimism
  • buses, planes cars
  • Mr Rudd goes to New York
  • an evening winter walk
  • A quiet musical moment
  • empty public spaces
  • Canberra snaps: mural
  • Canberra Snaps: Canberra Centre
  • Canberra snaps: CBD
  • Canberra snaps: city
  • Canberra snaps: Manuka
  • Facebook
  • Urban Light and Magic
  • Friday dog blogging #6
  • urban images + cultural conservatism
  • broken dreams
  • A bush capital
  • Adelaide---bouncing back?
  • street art in a global world
  • the woes of a literary culture
  • urban despair
  • Friday Dog blogging #5
  • Melbourne Docklands goes avant garde
  • it's a messy world
  • debris
  • Suburban Aesthetics
  • Culture shock
  • photography, Benjamin, flaneur
  • Friday dog blogging #4
  • blogging + Walter Benjamin
  • Adelaide snaps: indigenous mural
  • Clifford Possum: an art star
  • Adelaide snaps: CBD
  • Harry Potter, the light of God & the oracle of Capital
  • solar flight
  • walking Adelaide: an urban sublime?
  • Paddy Bedford
  • on the road: in Hobart
  • on the road again
  • Brisbane: an urban moment:
  • constructing a tourist site
  • red wall
  • broadband blues
  • packaging history for tourists
  • Happy feet
  • salad days
  • homeless
  • from graffiti to mural art
  • Cape Borda, Kangaroo Island
  • The Most Distant Sun
  • exploring Festivals, cities, apocalyptic moods
  • walking to the Adelaide Festival of Ideas 2007
  • At the Adelaide Festival of Ideas 2007
  • festivaling: Adelaide Festival of Ideas 2007
  • walking Adelaide city
  • Friday dog blogging #3
  • urban textures
  • Adelaide's empty heart
  • National Gallery of Australia: extensions
  • haunted in Adelaide & Lucinda Williams
  • stranded in Brisbane
  • the customary and the market
  • Brisbane Square: a green building ?
  • at Cape Borda
  • the man from the government
  • graffiti as art
  • Adelaide Graffiti--witty
  • Because Sometimes, Rythym in Isolation is Cool
  • a question
  • hauntology in Adelaide
  • Indigenous Art: a note
  • Friday dog blogging # 2
  • exploring urban badlands
  • landscapes for politics
  • Bye bye Johnny?
  • Canberra: graffiti
  • Canberra snaps
  • Sunday evening music
  • Sunday morning cartoon + animation
  • In Canberra
  • a picture is...?
  • convergence
  • thinking about pictures
  • Whiteley
  • selling heritage
  • antecedents
  • inside looking out
  • Dear Internet, You Rock
  • remembering
  • a personal note
  • Friday snap: Remarkable Rocks
  • Meanjin: troubles ahead
  • Martha Rosler + an aesthetics of decay
  • Remarkable Rocks +Aboriginal presence
  • Marc Riboud
  • Alison Krauss, photos
  • 'Curtin': a new Australian national identity
  • The Police retuned
  • a puzzle
  • about pictures
  • sex + politics
  • a note on taste
  • tourist snaps
  • Remarkable rocks: tourist snaps
  • conflict
  • e-porn surfing
  • gender perspectives
  • Cape du Couedic tourist snaps
  • Edges and Software Technology
  • National Gallery: modernist brutalism
  • Hanson Bay: is wild nature seen as if it were art?
  • Schickel, film criticism, blogging
  • so good
  • natural beauty
  • Power Engineering and Global Warming
  • aesthetics of decay
  • phenomenology of space
  • living with Radiohead
  • Friday cartoon
  • Sofia Coppla's Lost in Translation
  • G.B. Piranesi: prison series
  • Hanson Bay Snaps: about beauty
  • Smiling Eyes
  • from tagging to graffiti
  • US: Joshua Tree
  • Hanson Bay snaps
  • Samantha Hobson: ‘Bust ‘im up!’ + Modern Day Life
  • the madonna whore code
  • Hanson Bay Snaps
  • doing it George's way
  • Budget goodies
  • Lockhart River Art Gang
  • The Corporation
  • Kangaroo Island Snaps: Hanson Bay
  • the old uglies
  • Rumors: between rock and pop
  • urban design
  • voices from the past
  • Cape Willoughby snaps: place + Heidegger
  • Simon Reynolds: Bring the Noise + rockism
  • Cape Willoughby: snapping beauty
  • Sam Peckinpah: Cross of Iron
  • Kangaroo Island snaps: more than the Greek Islands
  • Death Valley
  • Kangaroo Island: snapping the sublime
  • Australian identity
  • cinematic images as capital
  • Kangaroo Island Snaps: Cape Willoughby
  • Gillian Welch
  • Kangaroo Island Snaps
  • mosaic of Io
  • Urban renewal + the neo-liberal city
  • Kangaroo Island holidays
  • Heidegger, art
  • self-publishing and democratisation of the media
  • Jacopo Tintoretto + the Baroque
  • The Cinematic Mode of Production
  • Bit Torrent, networks, music
  • graffiti in Adelaide
  • going digital
  • Scorsese Presents the Blues
  • Queensland: toughening water restrictions
  • Beachport snaps
  • Easter: life and death
  • development, photography, the blues
  • Festival Express---art v entertainment?
  • Autumn time in Tasmania
  • William Christenberry
  • the land of 'Kath + Kim'
  • political correctness
  • a sense of things falling apart
  • a militia painting
  • amidst the global flows in Sydney
  • Mark Steyn on popular music
  • Fleurieu Peninsula Snaps: summer
  • Adelaide Festival of Ideas 2007
  • Velvet Underground + Grateful Dead
  • historical apologies
  • Black Hawk Down
  • pulp mills
  • urban snaps: city living
  • Hillary '1984'
  • Fiona Foley: urban Aboriginal art
  • Gunn's pulp mill: dioxins
  • Friday dog blogging
  • Fiona Omeenyo, Hauntology, Derrida
  • YouTube as Internet TV?
  • The Story of the Weeping Camel
  • Coorong snaps: --maleleuca
  • Adelaide Graffiti---traditional
  • a mud bath
  • Banksy and baddogwhiskas
  • state of River Murray
  • picturing a heated-up Australia
  • Australian country music + politics
  • 'Barsoom'
  • colonial topographical sketches
  • democracy today
  • Lucinda Williams
  • Adelaide Graffiti: going political
  • Anne Coulter + the conservative political unconscious
  • Snaps: Fleurieu Peninsula
  • Richard Thompson: Live in Providence
  • Bertolucci's The Dreamers
  • better cities anyone?
  • Greil Marcus: punk, dada, lettrists, situationists
  • graffiti-Adelaide: poetics
  • Visconti: The Damned
  • neat
  • Friday dog blogging
  • Fiona Omeenyo meets the Situationists
  • Snaps: Adelaide graffiti
  • Hockney's, A Bigger Grand Canyon,
  • carnage and bedlam
  • city living, advertising, graffiti
  • the politics of country music
  • war as showbiz
  • the default country
  • Adelaide Graffiti, urban snaps, Adorno
  • critical perspectives on Indigenous works
  • From Hogarth to Rowson
  • public transport
  • just a photo
  • Samantha Hobson: exploring colour
  • William Christenberry: disappearing places
  • living with the heat: snaps
  • Australian Photography: Carl Warner
  • Rosella Namok: breaking new ground?
  • the personal and the political
  • Klein on Bowie
  • on the road
  • Steven Klein & Madonna
  • Art + fashion
  • Jacques Villeglé: torn posters
  • bush fires
  • postmodern cities
  • the new old politics
  • Francois Dufrêne: effacing language
  • Tim Storrier: a return to surrealism?
  • City of God: representing the horrors
  • 'feeling the heat'
  • desire, commodities
  • Queenstown: snap to artwork
  • salty rivers
  • Zappa and Beefheart
  • downtime
  • apocalyptic dread & sublime
  • David Hume: mapping the riddles of Woomera
  • Eugene Von Guerard: 'weird' landscapes
  • Quarry Australia
  • tattered desires
  • James Natchwey
  • Australia Day
  • Building a digital gallery
  • natural beauty
  • an apocalyptic culture?
  • hacking and gift economy
  • Snaps: Coorong
  • Pet Sounds Live in London
  • water for sale
  • Friday humour
  • beauty & embodied meaning
  • the need for aesthetics
  • just an image
  • sports circus
  • a changing nature
  • representing space
  • downsizing the creator
  • photoblogging
  • Paris Hilton: celeb-trash-princess?
  • crisis of culture
  • blogging, cynicism, criticism
  • Tasmanian snaps
  • art as bodily excess
  • the value of biodiversity
  • Snaps: Robe
  • March of the Penguins
  • Snaps: Victor Harbor
  • Grosz on art
  • Cream + New Years Eve
  • Snaps: Mt Lofty Ranges
  • Snaps: Tasmania
  • food culture
  • Holiday joy
  • Neil Young: Heart of Gold
  • Prime Suspect: A Final Act
  • Russian Ark + history
  • belonging, place, landscape
  • Xmas
  • Snaps: bare life
  • Snaps: Queenstown, Tasmania
  • virtual worlds
  • Snaps: lichen
  • Snaps: near Marne River
  • Games as virtual worlds--Second Life
  • where's the water
  • a photographer of ruins
  • death, ruin, catastrophe
  • death digs deeply
  • Dylan: Scorsese's No Direction, Home
  • a warmed up life
  • Melbourne Docklands & urban renewal
  • Clare: a personal snap
  • Lipstick traces
  • Snaps: Mallacoota
  • top 10 favourite Australian albums
  • reworking mass culture imagery
  • cartoon excellence in the UK
  • gum trees as petrified nature
  • Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri +Assimilation
  • guns versus butter
  • nomadic life in modernity
  • a dried up Canberra?
  • a pictorial language
  • Walkely Awards
  • Emily Kame Kngwarreye + colour
  • melting ice caps
  • Canberra's political culture
  • strange happenings
  • Jerry Shore: images of New York
  • Robe: a holiday snap
  • Queenie McKenzie
  • Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress
  • John Prine: story telling in an ahistorical world
  • photographer as flaneur
  • Warnum art & Rover Thomas
  • celebrity culture
  • Lee Friedlander
  • being edgy
  • Fleurieu Peninsula Biennale
  • limits of photography
  • conservative kitsch
  • the now
  • cyborg
  • nice work
  • vortices
  • digital media
  • Josef Sudek & romanticism
  • Springsteen live---in Barcelona
  • Coorong snaps
  • the politics of climate change #2
  • the politics of climate change
  • Kid A --Radiohead
  • America's dark side
  • Melbourne cup
  • top 50 live albums
  • ipod and us
  • Cloud Lichens
  • in Canberra
  • iran from space
  • the other
  • ugly Sydney
  • Leunig: female sexuality
  • painting dementia
  • Representing the Fleurieu Peninsula
  • religious conservatism
  • Fleurieu Peninsula Biennale
  • blaming the victim
  • about photography
  • civilization
  • work-station anxieties
  • returning to Russell Drysdale
  • rage against the machines
  • a political moment
  • Frank Zappa: Baby Snakes
  • from my backyard
  • visual history of blues music
  • drought, wetlands and climate change
  • River Murray
  • fire scares
  • black humour
  • Victoria's rivers are dying
  • Sex pistols: the music
  • Wassily Kandinsky
  • Muslim veil ban
  • imaging the Earth from above
  • it's getting hotter and drier
  • digital television
  • Bat out of Hell
  • wall rose
  • 'Corporate paedophilia'
  • Rijks Musem
  • photographic traces
  • Roy Orbison & friends
  • a satelite eye
  • coastal development
  • Snaps: hogging the coloured centre
  • a note on media markets
  • William Eggleston's snapshot aesthetics
  • photographic snaps as memory
  • Heidegger+desert paintings
  • looking onto a barren land
  • snapshots as lyric poetics
  • walking backwards to digital TV
  • Australian values
  • from weekender to beachhouse
  • a tourist photographic aesthetic
  • North-west Tasmania: three 'tourist' snaps
  • melting glaciers
  • a moment in Tunbridge, Tasmania
  • Three snaps in the Murraylands
  • an eye for an eye?
  • deep space
  • from TV to YouTube
  • from my apartment
  • television: consumers may yet rule
  • returning to Fairport Convention
  • The Bradshaw Paintings
  • a myth is born
  • Alec Soth #2
  • 9/11
  • Sound walking
  • Crikey: Why all the fuss about Steve Irwin?
  • meandering down the Mississippi
  • FourPlay: Now To The Future
  • romantic landscapes & the sublime
  • Lake Alexandrina snaps
  • art criticism #3
  • Tasmanian snaps
  • art criticism #2
  • Victor Harbor snaps
  • art criticism
  • first steps to a gallery
  • my country
  • The falling man
  • Look both ways
  • "Jihad Jack"
  • (returning to) Brett Whiteley
  • suburban living
  • Clarence John Laughlin
  • Fellini's La Dolce Vita
  • dealing with obesity
  • about the media
  • The Bourne Supremacy: ho hum
  • airport security humour
  • petrol prices
  • Walter Benjamin: Paris Arcades
  • saving our wild rivers
  • Grateful Dead, free music, video streaming
  • Schindler's List: grappling with the legacy of the Holocaust
  • Lunar park
  • Lebanese political art
  • on the road
  • blogging
  • Schiller's Aesthetic Education
  • escapism
  • harry Potter
  • Robe
  • on holidays
  • goodbye film hello digital?
  • comment on power
  • a long way from Cronulla beach
  • holidays in Clare
  • spilling blood
  • holidays
  • future forward
  • Matrix Reloaded
  • Farah Nosh
  • modern landscapes
  • sanitized visual narratives
  • visual culture
  • Joni Mitchell
  • Terminator 3
  • Syd Barrett + Pink Floyd
  • political art
  • pathos
  • Painted Desert
  • a comment on the media
  • porn spam
  • Brassai
  • sex and academia
  • Catherine Lumby on Big Brother
  • signing off
  • cute
  • goodbye to Australian culture?
  • rock & authenticity
  • rock aesthetics
  • Fellowship of the Ring
  • coastal development
  • the insurgency grows
  • SE Queensland's water crisis
  • junk food and class
  • Ruddy's portrait of David Gulpilil
  • black humour
  • revisiting modernism
  • biopolitics
  • living in a consumer culture
  • affluence
  • flags
  • a moment of humour
  • Backflip on sustainable living
  • I fall in this dark unknown
  • postmodern revisited sensibly
  • the 1960s-inspired culture wars
  • education in a multicultural society
  • every picture tells a story
  • urban expansion
  • The cars that ate Paris
  • Lambasting PoMo?
  • 'In the Mood for Love'
  • Robert Johnson
  • another way of looking
  • Rover Thomas
  • controversial cartoon?
  • aesthetics & beauty
  • cartoonists flop
  • expressionism
  • discomfort
  • defending boundaries
  • Charles Blackman
  • it needs to be confronted
  • Reforming transport
  • urbanism
  • Archibald Prize 2006
  • Mike Davis ---the new slums
  • Guy Maestri
  • lets party while the boom lasts
  • a contradiction
  • Quadrant's view of the humanities
  • big TV's
  • the end of art photography?
  • rock paradigms
  • a quiet moment
  • rock outrage
  • Rolling Stone, Neil Young, Living with War
  • images and postmodern times
  • Hotel California
  • Fashion week
  • Simon Reynolds: noise
  • Sidney Nolan: Gallipoli+ Anzacs
  • obesity
  • increasing petrol prices mean...
  • Sydney harbour prawns
  • trashing postmodernism
  • an answer
  • A question
  • Walter Benjamin & photography
  • Easter
  • rolling on in a groove
  • writing from within
  • bad news
  • leisure
  • change is on the way
  • business
  • an i-pod world
  • blast from the past?
  • mums and dads
  • a folk painter
  • about diets
  • commentary on art
  • Archibald Prize, 2006
  • on Lies
  • desire thwarted
  • nationalism & sport
  • Colliding Worlds: first contact
  • hope i die before i get old--naah
  • Ali Farka Toure, Ry Cooder, Talking Timbuktu
  • political realities
  • about aesthetic concepts
  • Quadrant vomits
  • witty
  • Commonwealth Games: yawn
  • Velvet Underground: postmodern rock music
  • About culture
  • the new aspirational middle class
  • desire
  • more than a torn poster
  • a quiet moment
  • Adelaide Art Festival
  • Adelaide Arts Festival
  • politics
  • the uncanny in the everyday
  • a dam good question
  • tourism ---Australian style
  • young conservatives
  • about Iraq
  • Telstra' internet movie joke
  • conservative Australia
  • Is there an exit strategy?
  • Plottings---Ian Roberts
  • nifty
  • Abu Ghraib revisited
  • sustainable living
  • Like a rolling stone
  • Leunig controversy
  • Eno on Miles Davis: context or music
  • you can see why
  • the other Tasmania
  • Ralph Eugene Meatyard
  • the New York Times on the 12 Muhammad cartoons
  • those 12 cartoons: an old oriental story
  • questioning the conventions of wilderness photography
  • the cartoon wars
  • architecture in Tasmania's Midlands
  • Tasmania-as-wilderness
  • good news on cities
  • I'm back from Tasmania
  • american popular music
  • changing musical experiences in a digital world
  • modern urban life
  • living in the regions
  • Emily Kame Kngwarreye + abstraction
  • River Yarra, Melbourne
  • quality work
  • natural history
  • Leunig's wit
  • big energy rules
  • urban life in postmodernity
  • fields
  • political death
  • whaling battles
  • Kill Bill
  • John Olsen
  • postmodernism
  • Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri
  • Cohen Brothers: The Man Who Wasn't There
  • Trent Parke #2
  • summertime in Australia
  • Emily Kame Kngwarreye
  • political satire #2
  • high protein diets
  • barely surviving
  • a national culture?
  • The Big Lebowski
  • disrupting corporate music
  • Japanese duplicity
  • Japanese commercial whaling
  • a question of time?
  • Kylie
  • about racism
  • Trent Parke
  • East Kimberley art: Rammey Ramsey
  • East Kimberley Art: Goodie Barrett
  • Carnival at Cronulla
  • Cronulla: one face of Australian nationalism
  • surfing the undercurrents
  • The Quiet American
  • thinking about Australia's cities
  • a day of nationalism becomes a racist free-for-all
  • S & M in politics
  • National Portrait Gallery
  • a changing musical scene
  • a ship of fools
  • Paddy Bedford
  • capital dreaming
  • a pre modern image
  • Peggy Patrick
  • stencil grafffiti: Melbourne
  • about nuclear power
  • sedition#3
  • Paul Caponigo
  • East Kimberley art: Freddie Timms
  • East Kimberley art: Rusty Peters
  • Max Ernest: two images
  • writing the 1990s culture in Australia
  • the Velvet Underground
  • schoolies week
  • West Wing
  • when in Rome?
  • open borders?
  • Rover Thomas #2
  • overcoming aesthetic modernism
  • sedition #2
  • Great Barrier Reef: coral bleaching
  • Empire days: a tourist in Canberra
  • sedition
  • just an ordinary man
  • political art & aesthetics
  • its a tabloid world#2
  • its a tabloid world
  • Jeff Wall interiors
  • succinctly said
  • Rover Thomas plus
  • John Spooner's political imagery
  • Mabel Juli
  • intertexuality
  • Jeff Wall
  • on cue
  • makes a point
  • narrative photographic series
  • at the Queensland Art Gallery
  • Charles Blackman
  • Barbara Heath: 'off the body'
  • bird flu
  • Rosa parkes: in memoriam
  • fast foods
  • Barbara Heath
  • laughing with Destiny Deacon
  • Why not a congestion tax?
  • Patricia Piccinini
  • Joerg Immendorff: "Cafe Deutschland"
  • becoming
  • Miller's Crossing
  • drunk with power
  • the Amazon's new look
  • today's email
  • Chris Orchard
  • urban living
  • summertime in SA
  • the new political reality
  • Scorsese on Dylan
  • Bruce Davidson
  • consumption as a mode of being
  • sky high petrol prices
  • information economy
  • music, file sharing, copyright, public interest
  • Little need to comment
  • Queenstown
  • global village & Web2
  • clouds
  • revisiting Wilson's Smile
  • Hurricane Rita
  • Melbourne's fever
  • kissing the great modernist divide goodbye
  • venting the spleen
  • Bill Henson #4
  • The tabloid gaze in politics
  • water crystals
  • sexuality and disability
  • Saturn, Mars, deserts
  • Graffiti
  • cartoon's critical edge
  • a war on nature
  • politics as theatre
  • Mississippi Odyssey?
  • Jerry Garcia
  • accountability
  • Kandinsky
  • Lost Highway#4: country music and photography
  • response to Katrina
  • Lost Highway#3
  • New Orleans: a descent into chaos
  • Leunig
  • Davida Allen
  • political satire
  • Graffiti & public spaces
  • Hurricane Katrina, global warming, New Orleans
  • Deleuze, Bacon, abstraction
  • bad urban development
  • Lost Highway
  • towards silence?
  • "Lest We Forget"
  • Francis Bacon
  • Melbourne: Spencer Street Redevelopment
  • decline of public spaces
  • something strange is happening
  • a wry joke
  • Harold Cazneaux
  • Dale Frank #2
  • reality and representation
  • regionalism revisited
  • Philip Hunter: layered landscapes
  • Philip Hunter #2
  • on the road
  • spam
  • Dr. Death?
  • global culture
  • architecture into form
  • John Galliano
  • designer fashion
  • The Pope on modern music
  • Frank Miller's Sin City
  • smilely smile
  • records, mirrors, performances
  • Fiona Hall
  • Denise Green: image and metonymy
  • The Sopranos: Season 1
  • Easy rider revisited
  • overlapping signifiers
  • constructing a musical listener
  • Of course, we are meat
  • Lifehouse: redemption+rock
  • Rock aesthetics: romanticism, Grateful Dead
  • alert and alarmed
  • images and democracy
  • the politics of pictures
  • the best that could be done?
  • architectural photography
  • Adelaide Festival of Ideas---2005
  • Abstraction
  • the gray sadness
  • musical politics
  • 1990s Grateful Dead
  • Graham Sutherland
  • Live 8: an awesome multimedia event
  • Architecture: why worry about design
  • Six Feet Under
  • an easy going cubism
  • snazzy design
  • craft or design?
  • impenetrability
  • recoiling from tv.
  • heritage/development conflict
  • Bruce Davidson
  • a touch of humor
  • cultural conservatism
  • protecting the whales
  • music & noise
  • storm
  • noise and city life
  • back on deck
  • Michael Jackson
  • Adorno: aesthetics of rock music
  • Adorno, rock music, language
  • Crikey's bile
  • Miles Davis, Isle of Wight concert, Adorno
  • no need for art criticism
  • dreaming of green
  • Miles Davis
  • Miles Davis: In a Silent Way
  • The new face of Australia?
  • students whoring
  • Chowilla
  • public art
  • WWI photographs
  • Is Sydney an unsustainable mode of life?
  • Frank Hurley: war photographer
  • picturing the country?
  • God is not happy
  • Rosemary Laing: Groundspeed
  • Bruce Springsteen
  • Rosemary Laing
  • The Basement Tapes
  • city woes, roots and rock criticism
  • on the music industry
  • the high tech gift economy
  • an easy moment
  • music & cancer
  • Max Ernst
  • celebrating the Day of the Dead
  • marine conservation
  • space and everyday life
  • Sebastiao Salgado #2
  • post-budget blues
  • Bill Henson#3: interior landscapes
  • Sebastiao Salgado
  • Fred Williams: Pilbara series
  • democracy?
  • enjoy
  • contrasts
  • a magic moment
  • Archibald Prize 2005
  • political art
  • space
  • Robert Doisneau
  • Sidney Nolan: Gallipoli
  • oh well
  • casino capitalism?
  • Johnnie Johnson obituary
  • Stand Up Get Up
  • Dark Star
  • environmentalism
  • Francis Bacon #10
  • Francis Bacon #9: Surrealism, flesh
  • inner city living versus quarter acre suburbia
  • excellence in editorial cartoons
  • Francis Bacon #8
  • in memoriam
  • classic photojournalism
  • slouching towards Miles Davis
  • Ten Days on the Island
  • Melbourne 2030
  • River Murray
  • about museums
  • Paul Hester: In memoriam
  • celebrity, Michael Jackson, media
  • Atget, photos, ontology
  • The ontology of representation
  • Cultural Heritage
  • Fragments: Eugene Atget & Walter Benjamin
  • picture theory
  • aesthetics & rock criticism
  • musical modernism, rock music, aesthetics
  • noise and music
  • a visual loop
  • in a postmodern world
  • the critical impact of architecture?
  • political cartooning
  • pop philosophy#2
  • John Oswald & plunderphonics
  • pop philosophy
  • Life-threatening weather
  • Fairy tales?
  • music in the public domain
  • Rem Koolhaas
  • Rem Koolhaus: Sea Terminal
  • some questions
  • Dylan & the Dead
  • K.D. Lang
  • Different perspectives
  • Frank Hurley
  • yesterday: in a new light
  • sex, power, terror
  • gated communities: the retreat of humanism?
  • masculinity?
  • Jason Kotte: blogging full-time
  • Ponch Hawkes
  • cartoon wars?
  • Jackson Pollock+ cold war
  • Jackson Pollock
  • art censorship
  • a moment
  • Global Warming #2
  • Who cares?
  • rewriting modernism
  • progressive architecture?
  • where has the care gone?
  • Deleuze on Bacon
  • a salutory tale
  • the dominant male scopic regime
  • Francis Bacon #7
  • Philip Johnson
  • spam attack
  • Global Warming
  • Auschwitz
  • Tracey Hoyng
  • Australian photoblogs
  • Australia Day
  • ugly cities
  • Hans Bellmer
  • Bacon #6: contrasts
  • Rock Criticism
  • two images of empire
  • New York: an ecologically sustainable city?
  • Francis Bacon #5
  • a wry comment
  • Saturn and its moons
  • digital photomontages
  • Tsumani:Testimonials & help
  • Aceh:above and below
  • a torn fragment
  • Tsunami #12:more odd reactions
  • Tsunami: Maldives & coral reefs
  • public spaces as mixers of public experience
  • Tsunami #10: some odd reactions
  • last post
  • Why?
  • Tsunami: satellite images
  • creativity
  • Tsunami #9 lived experience
  • sexy skyscrapers
  • images of destruction
  • cultural creation
  • Tsunami#8 Life amidst death
  • tropical paradises
  • tsunami #7: Christian afterburn
  • Tsunami: Aceh, on the ground
  • Asian Tsunami: Satellite Images of Banda Aceh
  • Tsunami in Sri Lanka: Three Images
  • MOMA Revamped
  • Asian Tsunami: nature v humanity
  • comment spam
  • human tragedy
  • Sacred heart
  • Xmas joy
  • John Butler Trio
  • Hollywood's global reach
  • cartoons as critique
  • in a tailspin
  • Grey Album#2
  • life in a war zone
  • the endless highway to the promised land
  • cultural conservatism
  • a plug
  • appearances and representations
  • another eye?
  • the eye, base materialism, and the informe
  • beyond mirroring
  • political cartoons
  • personal
  • tis strange
  • Bacon#4
  • Francis Bacon#3
  • Rolling Down the Lost Highway
  • Eureka
  • dunno
  • too good to pass bye
  • summer+bushfires
  • more rust
  • Cities: signs of protest
  • A galaxy?
  • political imagery
  • media arts
  • Lloyd Rees/in Melbourne
  • I as Eye
  • two images
  • Richard Avedon#3
  • the politics of culture
  • Richard Avedon#2
  • Richard Avedon
  • the picturesque
  • The cartographic eye
  • Francis Bacon#2
  • surrealism re-evaluated
  • Gram Parsons: a musical note
  • Deleuze & Bacon
  • Reflections on Art
  • a lighter moment
  • recoil
  • surrealism, sex, prostitution
  • illuminating eye
  • after the spectacle
  • an innocent eye
  • the eye
  • moral values
  • holiday
  • US politics
  • global warming?
  • anywhere
  • more Tracey Emin
  • a theoretical moment
  • we've never had it so good
  • confrontational?
  • Deleuze & cinema
  • graffiti
  • Frank Gehry's MIT Stata Center
  • culture in troubled times
  • female sensibility
  • Derrida: In Memoriam
  • Stephen David Ross Interview: The Gift as Art #11
  • music: another history
  • Pierre Klossowski
  • a light moment, mostly music
  • pop surrealism
  • desire
  • dead public spaces
  • lively public spaces
  • Monasteries & Modernism
  • teenage culture
  • politics
  • architecture and history
  • Stephen David Interview:#10-C
  • prostitution
  • architecture: mimesis & critique
  • Madonna/Whore
  • from porn to child porn
  • Sean Scully#2
  • Mars, as seen by Mars Express
  • Sean Sully
  • Otto Dix: Der Krieg
  • Radiohead: OK Computer
  • Hans Bellmer: forbidden fruit?
  • Brian Wilson presents Smile
  • S.D.Ross Interview#10-B
  • Travelling the country: David Plowden#4
  • Antartica
  • Bernice Abbott
  • Spyware
  • Lee Miller
  • culture & politics
  • Sydney Opera House
  • Sebastio Salgado#2
  • William Robinson#2
  • Courtesy of....
  • D.H. Lawrence
  • Garry Shead#3
  • Garry Shead#2
  • Garry Shead#1
  • Philip Hunter
  • fear
  • Australian Landscape: in a bind
  • Elle McPherson: porno chic
  • urbanscape
  • stripped
  • go Clover Moore go
  • Landscape#7
  • Eisenstein's Alexander Nevesky
  • regionalism: Mallee
  • landscape#6
  • William Clift
  • What's the fuss?
  • Little needs to be said
  • urban parklands
  • sustainable cities
  • Architecture: le Corbusier
  • Architecture
  • Sebastio Salgado
  • text versus image
  • Grateful Dead: Stepping Out
  • more adventures?
  • Sally Mann: photographer
  • Tracey Moffat#2
  • Waterhouse Prize
  • Cartier-Bresson#2
  • Cartier-Bresson
  • from the archives#2
  • from the archives
  • Lee Bontecou
  • Photographic archives
  • a modern aesthetic
  • Urban photography
  • Mungo man
  • the camera eye
  • the Last Waltz
  • Winter & Exile on Main Street
  • fashion
  • technology
  • the colonial eye
  • Tourist eye on Tasmania
  • a visual regime
  • wilderness#4
  • animation
  • Fordist modernism#2
  • Tasmanian Wilderness#5
  • Fordist modernism
  • observing nature: the look from above
  • Mt Lyell
  • Modernism
  • Breillat: Anatomy of Hell
  • pop music
  • theorizing photography
  • two views
  • it's still raining outside
  • winter sunshine
  • Edward Hopper: urban life
  • patriotism
  • visual knowledge?
  • Japanese Story
  • Australian cinema: an urban language
  • a visual language
  • Harry Callahan#4
  • Landscape#5
  • Harry Callahan#3
  • Harry Callahan#2
  • Harry Callahan
  • landscape#5
  • Landscape#4
  • Selling biotech
  • Biotech:
  • A creative archive
  • love the clone
  • Landscape#2
  • Landscape: B&W photography
  • Tasmania: wilderness#4
  • Biotech: rethinking feminism
  • Biotech: giving nature a helping hand
  • Biotech: fetal images
  • biotech: reproductive technologies
  • rape
  • Biotech: mutants
  • a sacred place
  • Living in a biotech world#2
  • Living in a biotech world
  • Sontag: Abu Ghraib photos#4
  • Regionalism: Coorong
  • Sontag: Abu Ghraib photos#3
  • Sontag: Abu Ghraib photos#2
  • Sontag: the Abu Ghraib prison photos#1
  • caught my eye
  • moonlighting
  • existential desires
  • Brand Australia revised
  • tourism: Brand Australia
  • the male gaze again#6
  • Nick Berg video: the sacred
  • going political
  • Sacrifice: another iconic war image
  • nature/culture
  • surrealism?
  • John Divola
  • Beach House: California dreaming
  • sexual ambiguities
  • treated worse than a dog
  • slowing down
  • another language
  • Orientalism: a definition
  • the counter Enlightenment
  • politics and media
  • Music, Olympics & politics
  • it was a time
  • Paint
  • Wilderness#3
  • Anzacs, regionalism and national identity
  • Regionalism & music
  • Critical regionalism in Architecture
  • having lost my way
  • From film & televisual culture
  • Wynne Prize
  • That Eye, the Sky
  • Film Culture
  • Representation & power
  • Porn & popular culture
  • Deleuze & simulacrum
  • beyond copies & models
  • simulacrum
  • It's a tragedy
  • rhizome
  • a nomadic existence
  • surrealism in Australia#2
  • give them a drink
  • postmodern markets
  • Urban life: isolation & gloom
  • Guy Bourdin: postmodern surfaces
  • Guy Bourdin & re-enchantment
  • Sex: it's everywhere
  • Myrtle Forest
  • The Tarkine
  • urbanscape#2
  • Australian pop art?
  • Urban culture
  • Urbanscape
  • Scary monsters
  • Landscape
  • Different ways of looking?
  • The male gaze#5: mastery to bondage
  • our mediascape
  • The male gaze#4: inversion
  • The male gaze#3
  • frustrations
  • Beauty#2: bodies
  • the male gaze and nature
  • The male gaze & phenomeology
  • The pictorial turn#2
  • the pictorial turn#1
  • sustainable cities
  • Mandy Martin
  • beauty
  • Smile: live
  • Adelaide Festival of Arts
  • landcape & beauty
  • exploring
  • landscape
  • Stephen David Ross Interview#10-A
  • Stephen David Ross Interview#9
  • Stephen David Ross Interview#8
  • everyday life
  • Grey Tuesday
  • Bill Henson#2
  • Cheesecake & Bellmer's dolls
  • resisting the corporate music industry
  • to be elsewhere
  • Urban Design: Places for people
  • For Tasmania
  • Stephen David Ross Interview#7
  • Steven David Ross Interview#6-2
  • Mandy Martin & Romantic sublime
  • Romanticism & the sublime
  • Romanticism as spectator
  • Romanticism & empire
  • on the road to....
  • surrealism & photography
  • bodies
  • La Fura dels Baus XXX: shock, sex and the internet
  • Franz Marc: beyond harmonious form
  • Bataille & Cinema
  • surrealism & rock
  • Dali's shitty pants
  • getting away
  • Once upon a time
  • Steven D. Ross Interview:#6-1
  • Mediascape
  • Helmut Newton: remembered
  • beauty in ugliness
  • Smile returns:"Goodbye Surfing, Hello God".
  • Tracey Moffatt
  • We've heard it all before
  • Stephen Ross Interview: #5
  • From Hubble
  • Hollywood Sleaze
  • Dystopia
  • Domination of nature
  • [grid::ritual] strenghtening social bonds
  • Mars, water, life
  • Cultural heritage
  • urban culture
  • that a nagging feeling
  • Logging in Tasmania
  • Similarities: Mars and Sturt Stony Desert
  • Mars: deserts and frontiers
  • a circle
  • Mars
  • martian landscape
  • a different way of relating
  • signs of modernity
  • Urban design sucks
  • Green delusions?
  • the old and the new
  • devastation
  • consumer freedom?
  • "Gorging" on porn?
  • Towards an Australian Cinema: The Tracker
  • Summertime in Australia
  • Melbourne beachscape
  • Towards a national cinema
  • Xmas day
  • After Fox: scrambled thoughts
  • a virtual life
  • Photography and surrealism
  • Film culture in Australia
  • walking the city with...
  • sexuality and consumer culture
  • I kinda like it
  • waterhole dreaming
  • Another way of seeing
  • Peter Weir's The Truman Show
  • Eugene Atget: walking the city
  • [grid:city branding]: Comments#3
  • landscape as natural resource
  • regionalism
  • Gerhard Richter
  • Stephen Ross Interview: The Gift#4
  • [grid::brand] Brand: Comments#2
  • urban poetics?
  • It's such wonderful news
  • poetics of the city
  • something quirky
  • [grid::brand] Comments on Others#1
  • [grid: :brand] Beyond branding: the gift
  • have a look
  • applying the emergency brake
  • surrealism: Hans Bellmer's mutilated bodies
  • modern life
  • displacing myths
  • returning home
  • milk bars & electronic scholarship
  • funky architecture #2
  • looking after cultural heritage
  • after the game
  • Grid blogging
  • urban life
  • its funky#1
  • engaging with Federation Square
  • just exploring
  • inside and outside architecture
  • this is no shakedown street
  • funky Oz architecture
  • you can make it happen Adelaide
  • a note on place
  • a suggestion
  • creating places
  • Beachscape
  • Lake Eyre
  • love the sexy payola
  • The Situationist's new Bablyon
  • walking the city
  • the spectacle
  • photos and visual language
  • A different city for a different life
  • fear and loathing
  • More Helmut Newton
  • porn goes mainstream?
  • dwelling in the metroplis
  • Strange fruit?
  • indulgences or a postmodern text?
  • after the painting
  • seaside dwelling
  • a moment in 'wilderness'
  • wilderness #2
  • Hyper-realism
  • too much for one night
  • another way of looking
  • once upon a time....
  • wilderness
  • new world dawning
  • image and text
  • suburbia again: Blue Velvet
  • Goya
  • Urban renewal?Japanese modernism?
  • F. Williams
  • Silence & forgetting
  • surrealism in Australia
  • catches the eye
  • Narelle Autio: at the beach
  • Max Dupain
  • High-popular culture divide
  • Great song
  • David Plowden#3
  • Nobel Prize
  • Question for tomorrow
  • David Plowden #2
  • a different perspective
  • untitled
  • just a visual
  • a hint of something other
  • wish it were so
  • postmodern architecture
  • cool and sexy
  • notes for a future post
  • classy
  • a light moment
  • oh my goodness
  • Sontag: Regarding the Pain of Others#20
  • Sontag: Regarding the Pain of Others#19
  • aesthetic shock?
  • Pierre Klossowski
  • Stephen D Ross Interview#2
  • a photo
  • Balthus
  • Stephen David Ross Interview#2: The Gift
  • Housekeeping
  • Sontag: Regarding the Pain of Others#18
  • Sontag: Regarding the Pain of Others#17
  • pop glamour
  • Rick's flying into the David Ross interview
  • Japanese modernism 2
  • Sontag: Regarding the Pain of Others#16
  • the first hesitant step
  • reviving downtown
  • Cultural studies:
  • Japanese modernism?
  • Adelaide: the thinking person's capital?
  • For the cheesecake boys
  • Sontag: Regarding the Pain of Others#15
  • It looks good
  • searching for a good urbanism."
  • excursus from daily life
  • taking note
  • Sontag: Regarding the Pain of Others#14+
  • architectural regionalism
  • defending high culture?
  • Destiny Deacon
  • Sontag: Regarding the Pain of Others#14
  • the 'wow' factor in architecture
  • Sustainable Adelaide
  • Sunday's photo
  • cheesecake as subversion
  • Sontag: Regarding the Pain of Others#13
  • landscapes
  • Sontag: between#12 & #13
  • kissing in public places
  • Sunday's photo
  • the spirit of instrumental detachment
  • Sontag: Regarding the Pain of Others #12
  • the pleasure machine
  • Disco nation
  • The New Urbanism
  • oppositions
  • looking horror in the face
  • affirmation
  • places
  • wish it were otherwise
  • the workings of the art institution
  • Sontag: Regarding the pain of Others # 11
  • Bill Henson#1
  • bob hope
  • Sontag: Regarding the Pain of Others#10
  • shopping malls
  • suburbia
  • After an Exhibition: a note on Australian landscape
  • Sontag: Regarding the Pain of Others #9
  • humanised geometry
  • Derek Allen Interview #7
  • modernist urbanism
  • corporate architecture
  • Sontag: Regarding the Pain of Others #8
  • photographic criticism
  • testing testing testing
  • Sontag: Regarding the Pain of Others#7
  • Derek Allen Interview#6
  • Tim Blair's big disgust
  • interesting photographs
  • Walter Benjamin: just a note
  • its good to know where you stand
  • Sontag's Regarding the Pain of Others #6
  • Derek Allen Interview#5
  • making cities work
  • living with dogs
  • literary culture vs visual culture
  • Regarding the Pain of Others#5
  • Derek Allen Interview #4
  • Regarding the Pain of Others#4
  • Derek Allen Interview: Part 3
  • living wrongly in modernity
  • Regarding the Pain of Others: Comment 3
  • reclaiming public spaces
  • Derek Allen interview: Part 2
  • Regarding the Pain of Others: comment 2
  • Regarding the Pain of Others: comment 1
  • a virtual life
  • More on Malraux
  • selling the academy
  • a tragic sensibility
  • Class act
  • re-thinking aesthetics
  • knitting as craft
  • the selling of Hillary
  • Flee the city?
  • A confession: being anti-American
  • perverse, alien, dangerous
  • oh dear
  • being too lighthearted.
  • fun in Sydney town
  • a dying Adelaide
  • Nugget Coombs paraphrased
  • on the bottom
  • place and architecture
  • no tears here
  • high modernism returns?
  • Lady Sun
  • Anne Coulter on Hillary Clinton
  • seeing things
  • Henderson's delusions
  • Sidney Nolan/Australian landscape
  • more law and order
  • law and order for lost souls
  • Spatial anxiety
  • some truth in the exaggeration
  • just another mask
  • being a waste product
  • a glass of chardonnay
  • Dry Zone as smokescreen
  • Soccer Australia
  • heroes
  • Breakeven
  • just another drop
  • disconnected
  • Greening Sydney
  • Internet problems
  • The way to go is more carparks
  • mobile technology
  • Urban/suburban sterotypes
  • cultural heritage
  • avoiding the hate sessions
  • holes in cyberspace
  • Amanda Devine watch
  • men are in such a bad way
  • Tim Blair Watch
  • the weight of history
  • a lament
  • Guess what
  • unpacking my books
  • USA needs more backbone
  • Margaret Bourke White & Russia.
  • holes in the net
  • The Matrix
  • probbing prejudices
  • speeding ticket revenue
  • confession and penance
  • Back to the past
  • a modern tragedy
  • feeling sorrying
  • photologs
  • just a pretty image?
  • whose song do I sing
  • On why there was no posting yesterday
  • thinking of others
  • my one big thought
  • searching for the flow
  • writing my first word
  • getting started
  • just another morning in Adelaide
  • its just sex janet, just bodies
  • just a trifle
  • a shakey proposal
  • a nice read
  • social hope
  • nice work!
  • Tourist girl returns
  • Adelaide architecture
  • techno toys
  • having fun and being smart
  • sex & bodies
  • an eye on architecture
  • ugly Australians abroad
  • in vogue
  • porn
  • under the sign of the beautiful
  • not a tourist boy
  • living in a tourist world
  • Frustration
  • Back on Deck
  • On holidays
  • a biographical note
  • run ragged.
  • Life is chaos
  • Clive James
  • Moving II
  • Moving
  • Norman Mailer
  • Wog Stereotypes
  • Making it Plain
  •