Treasurer Dominic Perrottet's policy advisor was on icare's payroll for 2 years. What does Edward Yao have to offer, and why did icare pay for it?
Murdoch Newscorp Lie-In Protest
On January 31st, hundreds of people protested outside News Corp Australia in Holt Street Sydney. Here's
an edited version of my speech.
Art and Journalism – Introducing EXTRA!EXTRA!
An introduction to my contributions to EXTRA!EXTRA! newspaper, which was part of the Art Gallery NSW exhibition, Making Art Public'.
STAND WITH TESS
Hundreds of artists, staff and students support UNSW Art and Design Director of Indigenous Programs Tess Allas, whose contract was terminated in October.
Suburban Battlers who Changed the World
After visiting the site of the first Green Ban, Kelly's Bush, I wondered if it might be time for some new public art in that location.
№ 2 in Sceptical Climate
Filtering disinformation: climate change journalism since the late 1960s
Global warming was already a story by the late 1960s. So why are parts of the Australian media still spreading disinformation about climate change?
Telling the Wrapped Coast Story
Art historians have viewed Wrapped Coast as groundbreaking. But how was it viewed by the media and art critics in the year it was created?
Newspapers, free speech and activism in Sydney since 1969
John Kaldor's first public art project was Wrapped Coast Little Bay in 1969. In this piece, I reflect on the social context of those times.
№ 42 in Inside Westconnex
CPB Contractors – Environmental Offenders
This story is about WestConnex builders CPB Contractors who last week pleaded guilty to offences that caused serious harm to Inner West Sydney residents.
Finally after 119 years, NSW is on the cusp of abortion reform
Finally, after 119 years, NSW is on the cusp of abortion reform - no more delay and no more amendments, say health and legal organisations