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Most interesting photographers you came across for the first time: Taiyo Onorato & Nico Krebs. Collaborative photographers who explore the evolution of the camera.

Most interesting video artist you came across for the first time:  Adam Norton’s work is out of this world. His most recent project was The Mars Project 2013

Adam Norton, The Mars Project, 2013

Best exhibition: Theatre of the World. MONA, Hobart.
I travelled to Hobart earlier this year for the MONA FOMA festival. Apart from seeing some amazing live acts the gallery itself is everything I admire in art. It pushed theoretical and conceptual rationale aside, which freed up individual interpretation of the works themselves.

Best photo book: Hijacked 3. A photographic survey between Australia and The United Kingdom.

Best book: Point Omega. Don Dellilo.

Best television series': Black Mirror, House of Cards

Best movie: Holy Motors. The only film that simultaneously posed questions and answered questions that it never posed in the first place.


Best youtube video's: Anything by Key and Peele. KEY AND PEELE IS MY SHIT!

Best music video: I’ve Seen Footage –Death Grips

Death Grips - I've Seen Footage (Official Video) http://thirdworlds.net/

Best music: Death Grips again. Their album ‘The Money Store’ was a definite game changer in 2013. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W43aQxzjyeM

Best website: I found that the original Space Jam promotional website was still up from 1996. http://www2.warnerbros.com/spacejam/movie/jam.htm

Best publications: FANTOM, GUP (Guide to Unique Photography).

Best thing: Strandbeests

Beach Creatures: Theo Jansen and his Strandbeests
New Yorker Video

Best completely miscellaneous thing: Malt Chocolate Milkshakes.

Stupidest decision: Giving up cigarettes

Best flashback: Seeing the band Goblin who is responsible for the soundtracks to the majority of Dario Argento’s horror masterpieces, which include Suspiria.

Sad goodbyes: Breaking Bad. My Stolen Laptop

Exciting hellos:
Opening Archive Space, an artist run gallery in Sydney.
The creation of ‘Document’, an art documentation business with my Artistic partner in crime Sarah Kukathas.

Archive Space, Sydney

Archive Space, Sydney

Greatest loss for everyone: No flying cars

Greatest win for everyone: Possibility of flying cars

What are you most looking forward to in 2014?: flying cars

Any predictions for next year?: No flying cars


Patrick Cremin is a Sydney based artist who is part of Archive Space, Sydney & Document, Sydney. In 2013 he was featured in Excerpt Issue #5, was a finalist in the Bowness Photography Prize and held a solo exhibition at GAFFA, Sydney.


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