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realtime 59

Feb-March 2004

editorial



festivals

Sydney Festival
The darkness that yields light
Keith Gallasch

2004 Adelaide Festival
Art: a forced entertainment
Keith Gallasch

2003 Zuercher Theater Spektakel
Carnival of old masters and new
Melisssa Madden Gray

Wataboshi: the seeds grow
Lalita McHenry

What is music? This is!
Gail Priest



special features

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performance



dance

2004 Adelaide Festival: ADT
Fast moves, still lives
Erin Brannigan: ADT, Held

Art eats the world, every day
Keith Gallasch: One Extra Dance, Narelle Benjamin, Inside Out; Michael Whaites, Waiting for Michael; reeldance



visual arts

sound/music

New Mardi Gras 2004
Operatic dirty work
Keith Gallasch

Hip hop on film

Magical museological music theatre
Jonathan Marshall

Percussion passion
Zsuzsanna Soboslay

Sonic reinvigorations
Jonathan Marshall



+onscreen
film & screen culture

A passage to Indian cinema
Mike Walsh

A wider perspective

ABC TV: Something's missing
Christine Harris-Smyth

Asian Film: mirror images
Mike Walsh on the 2003 Pusan International Film Festival

Canada/Australia: comparing challenges
Nathalie Brillon

Documentary: on the map, under pressure
Simon Enticknap

Flickerfest: looking for signs
Dan Edwards

Northern exposures
Dixi Joy Bankier

The Finished People: a digital, political vision
Dan Edwards

The sacrificial Asian in Australian film
Olivia Khoo on Japanese Story

Women: the big picture
Nathalie Brillon



+onscreen media arts

Awesome: out of the comfort zone
Felena Alach

Canada's new media insights
Daniel Heckenberg

Interactive re-futuring
Keith Gallasch talks to Keith Armstrong

Machineries of joy: Futurotic
Darren Tofts

Re-mapping the world
Keith Gallasch

Seriously weird worlds
Ashley Crawford on ACMI's Transfigure

SOOB 2003: alive and mutating
Molly Hankwitz

Technology will eat itself
Gail Priest

The next media spike