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Abandoned Brisbane Documentary
On her trusty BMX bike called Scout, Bianca goes exploring abandoned buildings and houses around Brisbane. Some of you would have come across the Abandoned Brisbane Facebook page before, but this doco by Needle Media provides a great insight into exactly what Bianca gets up to on her urban exploring adventures.
"The place where landfill is born."
The Furrs - Get on Your Horse
Seemingly trapped in this cheap, dysfunctional hotel, a misfit group of individuals are given the chance to find themselves. Combining off-beat humour and tangled emotions Basement Arts present their abstract and contemporary interpretation of the piece.
Playing at Metro Arts, the house of new and off-the-wall Brisbane theatre, Life Without Me isn’t your ordinary play, its intriguing and weird and all adjectives between.
Life Without Me will be playing at Metro Arts from May 1 - 3, 2014. To buy tickets online visit: http://metroarts.com.au/events/life-without-me-3/
Walking down Brunswick St tonight, the first thing I notice is how quiet it is. Peaceful even. With all the bars closed, and all the drunks, drug’os, strippers and bouncers off the street, it seems more real, more intimate.
The homeless are still here though, their faces darkened by the absent neon lights, but perhaps also by something else entirely. As I pass them by, they seem solemn and silent. Perhaps this is how they always are, it’s just I’m usually too distracted by the glaring lights and wasted youth to notice.
I hit Wickham and head up to Chinatown to get some take-away. The restaurants are gently humming, not packed but not empty. I order and wait out on the street. A few groups pass me, their bags clinking with bottles. I guess one day without booze is too much for some, but I’m probably not one to judge.
Per Purpose - Fullerton Viewing
Experimenta: Speak to Me The Block, QUT Creative Industries Precinct | April 7 - May 2
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