With Marina Abramović in Sydney for a two-week residency, Professor Ian Howard from UNSW Art & Design will unveil rare footage from his first encounter with the provocative performance artist.
Only 10% of the 800 Pine Gap staff are Australian government employees, sparking fears that 'corporatisation' is eroding Australia's knowledge of what goes on at the key intelligence facility, writes Philip Dorling.
In our fast-paced world, Marina Abramovic is reminding us that good art should slow us down, writes Prudence Gibson.
While markets should factor in all information, movements in stock prices can still be driven by irrational behaviour, writes Richard Holden.
Although constitutional, new laws to strip the citizenship of dual nationals involved in terrorism are more far reaching than first thought and flawed, writes George Williams.
The idea of the happy ending as appropriate literary fare for children is an illusion, write Anna Kamaralli and Georgina Ledvinka.
Inside Out’s five emotions are not a bad reflection of the emotional diversity within our own minds, writes Lisa A Williams.
The Australian Defence Force has largely been missing in action on climate change and its broader implications for national security, writes Michael D. Thomas.
Astronomers have measured the distance to one of the Milky Way’s most bizarre objects for the first time, using the Australian Mopra radio telescope near Coonabarabran.
Housing has become just another investment asset – but the consequences are unsettling.