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Melbourne babes, my first solo exhibition is opening in a couple of weeks time! Friday 5th Feb, be there!!!

♡♡♡ GEMMA FLACK - ANGRY GIRLS CLUB ♡♡♡

A bedroom installation and art project exploring identity, self-image, self-doubt, individuality, intimacy and vulnerability. This exhibition focuses on the idea of using personal spaces as sanctuaries away from the external influences that mould the choices, thoughts and feelings of marginalised identities under patriarchal society. Angry Girls Club is a celebration of how girls and non-binary people adapt, rebel against and subvert expectations of femininity, as they find and form their own individual identities in the world.

OPENING NIGHT: Friday 5th February 2016, 6pm - 9pm
EXHIBITION DATES: 5th - 18th February 2016

Off the Kerb Gallery & Studios
66B Johnston Street Collingwood 3066 (Melbourne, Australia)

Photography by Laura Du Ve @femmenatic

Styling by Laura Du Ve, Kelly McCabe @livesick-dieill and Gemma Flack @gemmafemma ♡♡♡

CAM

CAM WAS REAL KIND AND INVITED ME TO COME TO HIS GIG TOMORROW NIGHT. I’D LIKE TO SUGGEST YOU GO, BUT UNFORTUNATELY MY PEANUT BRAIN FAILED TO RETAIN THE NAME OF HIS BAND OR THE VENUE THEY’LL BE PERFORMING AT. THIS MAKES ANY RECOMMENDATION AT ALL QUITE INEFFECTIVE. I BLAME HIS SUPER SWEET DINOSAUR T-SHIRT FOR DISTRACTING MY PEANUT-BRAINED ASS. DINOSAURS RULE. 

Son Murders Family
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On This Day – January 28, 1962 A Joel Teicher aged 26, appeared in the City Court charged with having murdered four people in Collingwood on this day in 1962. Teicher, a former storeman and packer, from Collingwood murdered Joseph Teicher, 61, income tax consultant and interpreter, his wife, Mrs. Assunta Teicher, 45, Lorenzo Picone, 20, son of Mrs. Teicher by a previous marriage, and Tervito Lo…

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LOUIS

MY MAN JACK PROVED THIS WEEK THAT HE’S MORE THAN JUST A HANDSOME FACE, ACHIEVING THE STATUS OF ‘PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE WEEK’ FROM LOCAL ONLINE CULTURE WEBZINE MILK BAR FOR A RECENT PORTRAIT SERIES FEATURING OLD FOLK AND BASEBALL CAPS. HERE’S A JUICY SNAP OF HIM ENJOYING HIS RISE TO FAME ON A BRIDGE NEAR THE ABBOTSFORD CONVENT.