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A still image from Grayson Cooke's 'Open Air', showing Lake Gairdner in South Australia.
Arts & Culture

An artist's surreal view of Australia - created from satellite data

Media artist Grayson Cooke uses satellite data to produce beautifully surreal images of Australian landforms, with his latest video project to be  screened at next month’s Spectra Art + Science event in Adelaide.

Features

Theatre

Post-truth is stranger than fiction

Adelaide’s historic Queen’s Theatre will take on the feeling of a bombed-out Berlin warehouse or derelict church in a bold restaging of Stephen Sewell’s Welcome the Bright World – a play that remains surprisingly relevant in today’s political climate.

Recipes

Honey & Macadamia Cheesecake

This simple dessert made with a gingernut-biscuit base is from new book The Farm Community, which tells the story of a Byron Bay farm project inspired by the values of “simplicity, sustainability and farm-fresh food”.

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iSpy

Barossa Wine Show

Thirty-three trophies were presented at the 2018 Barossa Wine Show awards last Thursday, with Peter Lehmann Wines taking out the top prize for its 2015 Wigan Riesling.

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