Some may wonder why Sydney’s last video rental store mattered in the age of streaming. But for Sydney’s film enthusiasts it was a haven of long-lost cult classics and community.
On clutter and holding onto the past.
Disentangling family, music and fame.
Thoughts and memories on a bus ride.
When recounting past relationships, sometimes an object is worth a thousand words.
Facebook took my memories, and I didn’t care.
The nostalgia of our generation is a dangerous commodity, writes Evie Woodforde. Evie placed first in the 2016 Opinion Competition, judged by Guardian editor Lenore Taylor.