by Andy in New Events on Friday 17 September 2010

The Nightlife Exchange Project involves 14 countries around the world filling crates with the best of their local nightlife and exchanging their country’s crate with another. It kicked off in Australia with artist and China Heights curator Ed Woodley giving the Aussie crate a good lick of paint at Sydney’s Darling Harbour [pictured], and the crate will be making it’s way around the country before enjoying a send off party in October.

To support the Nightlife Exchange Project we’re running an interview series with 5 of our favourite Aussie creatives; we’ve asked what Australian nightlife means to photographers, designers, musicians and artists, and we’re publishing the responses over the next few weeks.

Read the interview series on Australia’s inspiring nightlife.