Subeta Vimalarajah updates you on the anti-Period Tax campaign.
The government makes a $25 million profit on people having their period. We should not pay for a biological occurrence. Sign the petition!
Don’t be too quick to trust police media sources, writes Subeta Vimalarajah.
Subeta Vimaralajah questions the implications of the 2014 Sydney Biennale Festival boycott campaign for the wider art scene.
Subeta Vimalrajah examines the effects of increased sanctions for offensive language crimes.
Subeta Vimalarajah kinda liked Commerce Revue.
Are plus size beauty pageants harmful to women?
In between Jeff Wall’s photographs and the national contemporary collection lies a new exhibition by Kenyan born, Brooklyn based contemporary artist Wangechi Mutu. Mutu’s exhibit is a sensory experience – the smell of aged wood and rotting wine, her textured surfaces. Her installations warp the gallery space – extending across walls but fitting together aesthetically.…