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Julian Meyrick

1994 was also the year the painter John Brack retired. From the 1950s onwards, Brack had been an acute observer of the Australian scene, producing a range of satirical portraits, nudes, and subject-paintings, of which Collins St, 5pm (1955) is probably the best known. After returning from a trip

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the manoeuvring of practitioners involves both subject positions and regimes of power. In this book, re-introducing the subject into history while avoiding the simplifications of grand narrative involves drawing on the work of French philosopher Alain Badiou. A word about Badiou. His writings are

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changed. Like a dense ball of matter waiting to unfurl, subjects hold within themselves a new universe of possibility. After that, the question is what to do about it. 3 Leaving aside whether anything that has happened in Australian theatre qualifies as an event in the strict sense that Badiou defines it

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up ‘possibility spaces’ for the extension of art form support in a variety of directions … [and] more pluralist constructions of arts product and practice. (2001: 106–07) The cab ’s remit were the people left out of conventional policy thinking: ‘non-appreciative subjects’, those who would not or

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the box office – shy of its target of $28,800. The year’s total was also down, $74,780 as against an estimated $97,400. If the company’s audacity and imagination were on display, so were the problems of finance and organisation that dogged its efforts. “A more prudent director might have subjected the