Economics, business & marketing
The Next Big Thing
Hot Desk Edition #3
In this edition of the Next Big Thing, glimpse works–in–progress from our third and final intake of 2018 Hot Desk Fellows – fresh from ten weeks of work on their projects inside the Wheeler Centre.
Featuring new writing from Rachel Ang, Alistair Baldwin, Shu–Ling Chua, Georgina Harriss, Fiona Murphy, Ella Skilbeck–Porter and Jem Tyler–Miller.
This is Not a Drill with Ali Moore
A Hypothetical Supercity, 2033
Australia's population hit 25 million this year and – if the forecasts are correct – it's heading to 38 million by 2050. Cities like Sydney and Melbourne are set to jump by up to 60% – from five to eight million. But what if that's a conservative estimate? Twenty years ago the experts said we wouldn’t get to 25 million…
Working with Pictures: Mary Leunig
Mary Leunig is an artist based in regional Victoria. She spoke with us about her first drawing, bad advice at art school and The Bible in Pictures.
Working with Words: Lexi Freiman
Lexi Freiman is the author of Inappropriation. She spoke with us about impractical plan Bs, avoiding noise and writing love poems to Leonardo DiCaprio.
Working with Pictures: Eloise Grills
Eloise Grills is an award-winning visual essayist, poet, educator and memoir editor for Scum Magazine. She spoke with us about death, get-happy-quick schemes and bad think pieces.
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