Cassionova, the renowned electrocabaret popstar (retired), can be found around the venue hosting Zombie Brainspace Productions in Victoria, Australia. It’s also where you can enjoy slot car racing, performances and marvel at the uber-impressive Leisuredome: a mobile leisure centre and theatre, promoted as a ‘future-retro Spiegeltent’.
Wunderkammer is the commercial pusher for those who are afflicted with Morbid Curiosity. Which, I also believe, is a misnomer for being fascinated by history. If you like blogs such as Curious Expiditions, then you will stumble through the door in a stupor to empty your wallet at Wunderkammer.
How fun is Morteza Zahedi’s work? Even the landing page on his website is made of plasticine, replete with finger marks. Zahedi was born in Iran and studied painting at Azad University of Art and Architecture. He’s had solo shows from Tehran to Tokyo and is a prolific children’s book illustrator for books with cool titles such as Aunt Cockroach, Where are You Going To?
I’ve loved Karlee Rawkins’ work for years, for its spontaneity, rawness and honesty. It has an edgy innocence reminiscent of Brett Whiteley, or is it just the recurrent zoo themes? Or the Sydney-ness?