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Lost Movements

Review by Kelly Wong

Coniston Lane, Sunday 7 October

Lost Movements is a massive collaboration between local artists, performers and musicians — the second event of its kind. This not-for-profit, artist-run initiative encourages the summative, extrasensory experience that comes from being surrounded by live art in every corner and crevice of the venue. Much like Andy Warhol’s The Factory in the ‘70s, every space is a canvas for a new creation.

I’ve always wondered how dark a room would be if it were painted all black. Black chalkboard paint covers the walls of Coniston Lane, ex-Woodland. It’s not even remotely depressing — instead it’s inspiring. Creative life blossoms in every corner. Arriving early in the evening, many walls are still blank and waiting for their artist to give them life.

Arriving in time to hear The Kite String Tangle, his ambient electronic tunes are perfect for…

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Categorized as musing

By Eleanor Jackson

Eleanor Jackson is a Filipino Australian poet, performer, arts producer, cyclist, writer, gal about town, feminist, freewheeler, and friend.

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