Sydney-based ceramicist Gretel Corrie crafts objects that inhabit a space between the functional, the imperfect and hand-made. Drawn mainly to stoneware and porcelain in her practice, Corrie’s work is both an ode to the specific physicality of the ceramics she utilises and the endless possibilities of typically ignored forms that make up the everyday. In this recent series of photos she has collaborated with photographer Hannah Scott-Stevenson to create images that highlight the playful yet functional nature of her work.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner sorted thanks to the Lower East Side Aussie-run outpost Good Thanks.
We met Daniela after Eudon Choi’s runway and reunited with RUSSH girl Maggie at Ports 1961. Amidst the chaos of London Fashion Week, photographer Myles Kalus captured the faces that were turning heads and the names to commit to memory.
The first cut is the deepest. Melbourne outfit Two People take us in-studio for the making of their debut album, First Body.