Sydney TAFE Media’s audio guru Brian Newington explains how sound effects are used, and takes us back for a look through their history.
Walking through Circular Quay during Vivid I couldn’t help feeling like a child. The combination of winter cold, late hour, water, lights and crowds of people made my senses come alive. There were so many things to see, familiar, yet new, I felt like I couldn’t open my eyes wide enough to take it […]
By Patricia Daniels The NSW Government today ruled some country towns and suburbs across NSW ‘no go zones’ for coal seam gas activities. The Premier, Barry O’Farrell, said that the establishment zones will ensure there is no repeat of exploration licences being granted over residential zones across NSW, as was the case with permission from […]
Not hunger striking to die, but to live. Photo: Jan Sefti/Kurdistan Photo/flickr  : BY BAWER EKINCI Life becomes resistance to power when power takes life as its object -Deleuze Approximately 1000 Kurdish political prisoners across Turkey have been on an indefinite hunger strike for the last 44 days, demanding freedom for imprisoned […]