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When you last saw us, we were still in print and, on our cover, heading into Romeo Castellucci’s Go Down Moses MRI apparatus (Adelaide Festival, 25-28 Feb). Now, we’re coming to you from deep inside the machine, going entirely digital with classic RealTime reviewing, increased commentary, new features. Come with us! As a subscriber, you’re part of RealTime. By spreading the word about our new weekly E-ditions, you’ll encourage increased support for Australia’s remarkable innovating artists in challenging times.
Virginia & Keith
EVENT The breakthrough Dana Waranara conference heralds greater reach for Australian contemporary Indigenous dance. Vicki Van Hout reports, with additional responses from Angharad Wynne-Jones, Liza-Mare Syron and Andrea James.
ACTIVIST ART On the ground for the Paris Climate Games, Sumugan Sivanesan details with images and video links the brilliant strategies activated at the 2015 Climate Summit, and the awards, like the I Pissed Myself Cup, for most effective creations.
REACTION In the first of two reports, Keith Gallasch embraces a cut-above Sydney Festival, reviewing Sydney Chamber Opera’s Passion, Thalia Theater Hamburg’s Woyzeck, Meow Meow’s The Little Mermaid and Stephanie Lake’s Double Blind.
REACTION Christopher Brett Bailey assaults himself and audiences in the Sydney Festival with grimly comic paranoid fantasies, while Forced Entertainment drolly speculate opposing futures. Teik-Kim Pok takes home some lessons.
REACTION In the Sydney Festival, amid mountains of cardboard boxes, Geoff Sobelle’s The Object Lesson muses on memory, working its magic on Virginia Baxter with its wit and very real illusions.
REACTION Delia Bartle feels the power of percussion of every kind at Mofo 2016 inside Hobart’s Museum of Old and New Art.
YES, POLITICS High anxiety and simmering anger. That’s what many Australian artists have been feeling over Xmas. Keith Gallasch readies you for the ongoing funding battle.
REACTION Moment by moment Andrew Furhman is absorbed in Atlanta Eke’s Miss Universal but asks, what of its durability.
THE LOOP Performer Skye Gellmann is into Sideshow Circus Magazine.
DVD: Gayby Baby
Director Maya Newell focuses on the experiences of children with gay parents in a film that has relevance for all families.

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