This looks like a great opportunity:
The Library website says:
What does the Creative Arts Fellowship offer?
The Fellow undertakes a minimum four-week residency at the Library, funded by the Friends of the National Library.
—ABC 666 interview
Heres my interview with Alex Sloan on ABC 666 radio.
We talk a bit about my art practice, rugby and of course disability.
Forever daydreaming about cute girls on public transport.
Back on the ferry, really hoping I don’t throw up this time.
I’m not drinking and I’m planning on crashing out early so wish me luck.
MONA was kind of underwhelming, individual works were quite good but as a whole it was a bit of a let down.
Also it kind of pisses me off that a modern gallery can have a permanent custom design section that’s wholly inaccessible to wheelchairs .
Went to visit Devonport gallery but it’s closed till tomorrow and the aquatic centre isn’t wildlife, like I expected, it’s a pool.
Here’s hoping Launceston fairs a bit better.
For a cafe that charges $8.50 for Heinz baked beans on white toast their walls are awfully self congratulatory.
I don’t want to sound dismissive but ferries suck.(I threw up last night….a lot)
Anonymous asked: Do you run/walk in dreams? Is that ever weird?
I run, walk, and wheel, sometimes all in the same dream.
It’s a dream so my mode of ambulating is normal not what stands out as weird.
Anonymous asked: Oh man you're coming to Tassie?? Launceston or Hobart??
Both, I have an exhibition opening at Sawtooth gallery, in launceston, on Friday and then I’m heading to Hobart on Sunday for a few days to check out MONA.
The ferry is a weird mix of families, seniors, tourists, and bogans.
FYI, if you havnt worked it out yet, I’m away for the next week and intend to narrate my mediocre adventures throughout