Before your eyes. Set under the snowcapped peaks at Nepal’s Ngozumpa Glacier and Gokyo Lake, Sydney artist Rae Begley captures stunning photographs documenting the decline of the area’s sacred mountain landscapes. Contrasting the vast expanse of her natural surroundings with remnants of human contamination, Begley’s works serve as a reaction to her experience amongst the retreating glaciers. And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside Out incorporates photography, video, sound and installation works and runs from November 2 through 5 at COMMUNE in Waterloo, where Begley will be donating a percentage of the sales from the exhibition to The Ice Stupa Project to assist with their work fighting climate change and melting glaciers.
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.