Photographer travels to live among the Eskimos, produces photo series over 20 years

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By Milo Sumner in New Photography on Friday 25 July 2014

The Inuit people of Northern Greenland have a myth that partly explains their theory of creation, and it goes something likes this: ‘In the beginning giants lived on the land and ate plants that they gathered. One day, when it was almost winter, a mother giant and a father giant had a baby girl. Her name was Sedna.

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By Andre Matkovic in New Music on Tuesday 1 March 2011

Grün is an Australian band blending elements of post-rock, electronica, alternative and prog-rock. Inspired by diverse artists like Dead Can Dance, Four Tet, Phillip Glass, Tool and Sigur Ros, Grün’s obsession with film and soundtrack clarifies their sound — it’s visual without the visuals, the score to a film that doesn’t exist.

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