Tag Archives: Sleuth

Follow Your Shadow

10 Oct

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13th Oct – 5th Nov

An exhibition of comic, cast and cartoon art at the Rosny Barn.
With artists – Scott Baxter, Alyssa Bernudez, Grace Garton, Paula Hatton, Joshua Santospirito, Paul Peart-Smith, Vivien Mason and Sarah-Jane Moore.

Opening – Thursday the 12th Oct, 5:30pm.
FREE, All welcome.

Artist talks – Saturday the 14th Oct, 2pm.
FREE, all welcome.

Student drawing competition – 13th Oct – 5th Nov.
FREE, students 18 and under.

Follow Your Shadow moves between surface and source. Curated by Dr Sarah Jane Moore, Tasmanian artists Scott Baxter, Alyssa Bermudez, Grace Garton, Paula Hatton, Joshua Santospirito, Paul Peart-Smith, Vivien Mason and Sarah Jane Moore collaborate to create a magical place of mystery, animation, exaggeration and intuition. The shadows we cast are explored through object, sound and space where cartoon meets comic, graphics meet sculpture and holograms meet playful projections. From Marvel to Minions, comic and cartoon art is all around us and is increasingly being recognised as an art form with both high artistic value and the power to communicate diverse stories. Join us and follow your shadow.

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April will be fun

24 Mar

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Giants and bunyips

14 Jul

 

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The Waldheimerin at the DWF

21 Feb

Look!! This lost little comic of mine has found a home on the digisphere … indeed it’s on a map! Which is nice, because it, unto itself, maps out a route taken by a large female across the island of Tassie and onto the mainland. This piece is part of the ongoing Sleuth series … there will also be a new exhibition of Sleuth in Launceston in April – opening at Sawtooth ARI on April 4th. WOOHOO!!! In fact – the Waldheimerin will be at the exhibition.

To read the entire piece at the Digital Writers’ Festival website – go to http://digitalwritersfestival.com/mapping-the-words/the-waldheimerin/

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There’s Somethin Rotten on the Apple Isle

8 Nov

Here you can read the entire of the 2013 edition of Sleuth’s adventures!!!!
This was the first issue of the Tasmanian Comix series DOWN THERE!
Coming up in December is Tricky Walsh’s issue!!!
Can’t wait to see what she’s done!!!

 

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Cidade da Cultura

31 Jul

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http://www.cidadedacultura.org

Somethin’s Rotten on the Apple Isle

30 Jun

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The Sleuth-world continues to grow and grow with this new story – Sleuth: Somethin’s Rotten on the Apple Isle!

It’s part of the new Tascomic series curated by Josh called DOWN THERE where there’ll be a different artist making each issue – up to four times per year. Part of what Josh likes to call – the comics Rennaissance of the Southern Ocean.

This issue is from Josh’s Sleuth series of stories – which is a bunch of rambling, multi-format comics that vaguely resemble a theme on where the modern Australian psyche has gotten itself to … wherever the hell that is.

Some new characters – including Reverend Browning (who was a real bloke from Cressy in Northern Tasmania).
Some old faves – the potty-mouthed Pademelon comes off the gallery wall and bounces into your cute and cuddly hearts in comic-book form, Andrew “Poppy” Harwood makes a return with an all-new jug of Boags … in this all-Tassie extravaganza.

BONUSSSSS – an extra story with the giant Amos Waistcoat meeting up with anthropologist extraordinaire Teddy Strehlow out in the desert somewhere.

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