by Vivek Subramanian in New Events on Saturday 6 November 2010

Patterns of Creative Aggression presents creative works and the people behind them. It’s a behind-the-scenes look into how the final works are formulated and constructed, peoples’ work patterns, their methods of practice, the techniques utilised and explored, and what happens in between.

In this issue, Kirsten Law speaks with Jason Crombie, editor of Wooooo magazine, about his interview style and publishing projects; Tim Hillier presents two projects undertaken by brothers Andy and Mavie Murphy; British artist Graham Hudson explains the construction process behind his sculptures; Paris/New York-based photographer Justin Guilbert shares his experiences on undertaking a project in Japan; Melbourne-based artists Jen Berean and Pat Foster discuss their work with Kain Picken and Fiona Lau, the collaborative duo behind ffiXXed; and New York-based photographer Moises Saman talks about being on assignment in Haiti, Iraq, Afghanistan and El Salvador.
patterns of creative aggression