I’ll Be Your Mirror is just the second time All Tomorrow’s Parties have set up camp on Australian soil. The first took place in 2009 and was curated by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds. This time around, local heroes The Drones curated an awesome line up that featured Einstûrzende Neubauten, My Bloody Valentine, The Dead C as well as former Hobart greats, The Stickmen.
Man, it was damn good.
For the past 2 year I’ve been working on a documentary film that deals with Australian artists (mostly musicians) and the various logistical and life issues they have to deal in order to make their art their job. The documentary isn’t quite there yet, but it’s close.
A side affect of working on the project has since manifested in that I’m now completely enthralled by the entire art / work relationship. To get another perspective I spoke to comedian, Wil Anderson about how this ties in with his life as an Australian comedian…