Category: Books

The Reading List 2.0

Current Reading HabitsĀ  I’ll admit it: until recently, I hadn’tĀ finished a book in months. Chapters here and there; a smattering of online articles; a handful of academic journal articles that I never finished; and way too many mediocre BuzzFeed articles. Never has there been so…

Artwrite Issue 53

This semester I took a course about Writing for Art and Design, which culminated in the publishing of an issue ofĀ Artwrite.Ā ArtwriteĀ is a magazine that has been produced by COFA students since 1992, and focuses on the exploration, discussion and critique of art. I had the…

Shimofuri-zuke from Edible Selby (Ishimaya)

A little while ago I visited the Sydney Fish Markets and couldn’t pass up the opportunity to get a piece of fresh tuna and try out this recipe for shimofuri-zuke (marinated blanched tuna) from my current gastronomic inspirationĀ Edible Selby, by Seiji Nojiri-san of Ishimaya (p.197,…

YOLK Collective Thinking Fiesta

To celebrate the launch of our Collective Thinking e-series, we (YOLK Collective) got together some picnic rugs, balloons and a lots of dips (ie. a picnic)! Keep a look out for the six issues, each featuring a Sydney art collective. They will be published on…

? by Charles Saatchi

Reading Saatchi’s collection of answers to questions posed by journalists, critics, fans and general members of the public reminded me a lot of eating blue veined cheese – biting, sharp, witty and often surprising (for both good and unpleasant reasons). The questions posed reflected a…

The Reading List

There is no hiding the fact that I love print. The touch, the smell, the different grades of paper, and over time I have acquired quite a collection. However the act of reading is another story. I love to read, to learn and to escape,…