Tag Archives: anna schwartz

July 20

Me and Morry: My Pretend Affair with a Publishing Legend

I’m having an affair with Morry Schwartz. A Pretend Affair. The project explores the tenuous links, the under-explored nether regions that straddle conceptual art and stalking. Part of a trilogy about power, this third, and final instalment follows previous stalking operations performed on Maurizio Cattelan 1999, and Jacques Derrida 1998. I call the work The […]

April 04

20th Biennale of Sydney

 Melbourne had a Biennale once, back in 1999, before you were born. Curator Julianna Engberg called it Signs of Life. But it died. Reputedly went three times over budget it did and Melbourne University (who had underwritten it) decided they weren’t rich enough to go into the red for culture, so they canned it. A […]

February 03

Terry Wu and Jason Smith Birthday Bash

Please, Please don’t believe the malicious rumour that for some time now I have been stalking Morry Schwartz. There is but an ounce of truth to it; it’s a fiction, scripted to deny my steep ascent to the stature of Melbourne’s newest socialite blogger: finger on pulse, free champagne everywhere I go. Besides, it would […]