Kai Niezgoda

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Name: Kai Niezgoda
Date registered: February 15, 2017

Latest posts

  1. FRINGE VISUAL ART – 1:1 – FELTspace – 2K — March 16, 2017
  2. FRINGE COMEDY – Anna Log – The Griffins Hotel – 3K — March 15, 2017
  3. FRINGE VISUAL ART – Patterns of Migration – Nexus Gallery – 3.5K — March 12, 2017
  4. FRINGE COMEDY – Becky Brunnings: Beaming – The Piglet at Gluttony – 3K — March 1, 2017
  5. FRINGE THEATRE / COMEDY – Once Upon a Pop Star – Treasury Tunnels – 3.5K — February 21, 2017

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Mar 16

FRINGE VISUAL ART – 1:1 – FELTspace – 2K

Courtesy of feltspace.org

In 1:1, artist Sara Morawetz brings to life the essay “On the Impossibility of Drawing a Map of the Empire on a Scale of 1 to 1″ by Umberto Eco. The gallery space is minimalist, with a giant, crumpled fabric map in the centre, and a screen at the front of the room. In a looping …

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Mar 15

FRINGE COMEDY – Anna Log – The Griffins Hotel – 3K

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If you like down to earth comedy drawn from everyday life, Anna Log is the comedian for you. She’s quite “underground,” so be warned, you’ll find yourself in a small audience and interacting directly with the artist. The show was more like a comedic conversation with a stranger than a show where the artist talks …

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Mar 12

FRINGE VISUAL ART – Patterns of Migration – Nexus Gallery – 3.5K

"Assorted earrings & brooches," photo by Kai Niezgoda, March 2017

Exhibition “Patterns of Migration” gives us access to pivotal moments in the life of Haneen Martin. Martin’s work explores her identity and experience as a Malay-Arab Muslim woman living in Australia since the age of eight. From polymer clay work, to hand-stitched and dyed cloth, to old family photos and letters, the artist’s work is a mixture …

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Mar 01

FRINGE COMEDY – Becky Brunnings: Beaming – The Piglet at Gluttony – 3K

Photo courtesy of adelaidefringe.com.au.

Becky Brunning is an unassuming comic. In her words, if she were a sandwich, she’d be egg. Largely based around her supposed personal failings and a deep love for food, there’s something relatable in Brunning’s show for anyone who’s failed their driver’s test, been the least attractive friend or attempted Dry July. By Brunning’s own …

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Feb 21

FRINGE THEATRE / COMEDY – Once Upon a Pop Star – Treasury Tunnels – 3.5K

Photo courtesy of Adelaide Fringe

  Not for the cynic or the kazoo hater, “Once Upon a Pop Star” is one part comedy, one part pop concert, and one part theatre.

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