When you're fresh outta joy juice and the punters are brash schlep down to the bbox and jostle the trash, hustle a bargain, angle for cash - It's time for a rummage through Skanky's stash!
Wednesday, July 18, 2007
Skank's Abortive Box - UPDATED
Bridget Minuzzo leaps for love during the Walking Connection walking trail walk held on Sunday the 17th of June, 2007. PHOTO:Bill Doble
Important links on Skanky Jane's blogs are not working.
SJ knows exactly what the problem is and will fix it ASAP.
Thank you for your patience and apologies for any inconvenience.
Stay tuned to this skanky station!
UPDATE:Links are now repaired - with thanks to Ramani ofHackosphere for posting script
enabling users to continue using peekaboo posts and otherRamani hacks.
MORE TO FOLLOW....
Skanky Jane is currently making work, as part of the Parks Artist-in-Residence program, for the annual Fat& Flat exhibition at Axis Gallery (Fat & Flat #5 - Indicators) so, for the following week, posts will continue to be a bit slow at Skanky Jane blogs. After that week however there'll be news and images from the exhibitionIntent, curated by Bridget Noone, Love Songs to Bundanon, by artist Leigh Corrigan, a discussion of the exotic gaze and the sexualisation of black women in visual culture via a review of the film London Voodoo an introduction to artist Bill Doble and his photograph Trevor and a few other interesting tid bits besides!
At Skanky Jane's Ruses of Pleasure, (SJ's dedicated "walking art" blog) new posts will update readers onSJ's first series of "walking art" workshops, the 'E' merging ReSILIent exhibition at the Elbow Room, the following Temporary Art Workshops and Walking Connection walk and images from the aforementioned Fat &Flat #5 - Indicators exhibition.
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