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Mirror,Mirror – Review

MIRROR MIRROR OPENING NIGHT by David Greenhalgh The Mirror Mirror exhibition was lit by a sole source of light during opening night: an unassuming tungsten bulb lay in a corner awaiting destruction. Across the floor of CoFAspace stood Al Poulet, … Continue reading

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Interview : Al Poulet

  Al Poulet once tried to sell himself on the streets of Beijing. Later, he replaced milk in supermarkets with his own breath and played a pokie machine from dawn till dusk as a way to meditate on a culture … Continue reading

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Interview : Patrick Cremin

Interview : Patrick Cremin By David Greenhalgh It’s no surprise Patrick Cremin is interested in surveillance. Its a sweltering Summer morning when we meet at a cafe. Patrick, the Sydney-based photographer sits beneath a plastic sunshade in a pair of … Continue reading

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Fundraiser print

BUY A PRINT FOR 40 BUCKS, HELP OUT A GOOD RESIDENCY PROGRAM. We’ve just completed our first batch of artists: Ramesh Nithiyendran , Alexander Poulet, and Patrick Cremin.  Our first exhibition, of the results of this residency, will be held … Continue reading

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Back in action – Al Poulet editions

After being away for nearly 4 weeks, Throwdown Press is finally back in action. We spent the other day processing plates for Patrick Cremin, and printing a couple of editions for Al Poulet – both artists from our first group. … Continue reading

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First edition. Ramesh Nithiyendran

After three months of working on plates with Sydney based artist Ramesh Nithiyendran, we’ve managed to resolve most of the works and even edition a few. Ramesh’s practice spans across painting, drawing, sculpture and ceramics.  He has been awarded several … Continue reading

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Finally. Throwdown Press.

Finally, after talking about it for months, we’ve set up a blog to follow the exploits of Throwdown Press. Throwdown Press is “not-for-profit custom printing model that has an emphasis on open dialogue, broad relationships with the artistic community, informal … Continue reading

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