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Celebrating the importance of culture and place

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Lindsay Issue No. 1

In Lindsay Issue No. 1 we meet Australian fashion icon Jenny Kee, the New Yorker’s former head of copy and translator from Italian Ann Goldstein, and French-Cuban music duo Ibeyi.

Traditional Ikat Weaves Together Sumba’s Stories

Jeanette Wilkinson draws our gaze to the understated artistry and laborious techniques of the ‘ikat’ weave.

The Short Stories of Another New York: An Interview with Jenny Zhang

Her short stories captured the attention of Lena Dunham, and then readers worldwide. Jenny Zhang speaks to Shu-Ling Chua about writing ‘Sour Heart’, her relationship with New York and Shanghai, and how she’s needed to carve her own path.

A Photographic History in Jersey’s Rock Faces

Enamoured by the work of French avant-garde artist and writer Claude Cahun, Clare Rae documents the cliff faces and rock formations of Jersey—the island home to Cahun’s largest archive.

A Culinary Intersection Between Aboriginal and Asian Cultures

Eugenia Flynn explains how her culture played out in the kitchen, pantry and on the plate when she was growing up. From Bluchung (a potent condiment consisting of chilli, shrimp paste and aromatics) to Numus (white fish pickled in lemon juice), her stories speak of how food so intimately connects us to our culture, past and home.

Antwerp’s Piots

From Antwerp’s old town, Konditori bakery makes miniature versions of an ancient Belgium bread that’s undergone a charming transformation.

Mastering Hiroshima-style Okonomiyaki with Fumio Tanga

London-based okonomiyaki master Fumio Tanga speaks with Lindsay editor Beth Wilkinson about the history, significance and different regional styles of the Japanese pancake.

From Poetry to the Big Screen; ‘A Room and a Half’ Captures Russia’s Artistic History

In Andrei Khrzhanovsky’s film ‘A Room and a Half’ (2009), we are taken ‘back’ to Joseph Brodsky’s Leningrad in the only way the poet, exiled at the age of thirty-two, could revisit it: through memory and imagination.

Events

Heide X Lindsay: A Conversation with Stanislava Pinchuk

To celebrate the launch of Lindsay Issue No. 2, Heide and Lindsay present a conversation between Ukrainian contemporary artist Stanislava Pinchuk (Miso) on the relationship between women and textiles around the globe.

Saturday 6 October, 2018
Heide Museum of Modern Art
Melbourne, Australia
SOLD OUT

Current Issue

Lindsay Issue No. 1

In Lindsay Issue No. 1 we meet Australian fashion icon Jenny Kee, the New Yorker’s former head of copy and translator from Italian Ann Goldstein, and French-Cuban music duo Ibeyi.

Editor’s Picks

From Nigeria to London; Real Life Stories to Plays

Nigerian-British playwright, performer and poet Inua Ellams speaks with Beth Wilkinson about the influence of hip hop, the timeliness of his work in a Brexit/Trump era and translating his own experiences with race, religion and immigration into his performances.

Lohikeitto: Finnish Salmon Soup

A hearty winter warmer courtesy of one of the oldest restaurants in Helsinki. Serving traditional Finnish cuisine, the food at the Sea Horse mirrors the country’s landscape, where fresh fish from local lakes serve as a staple in many dishes.

The Art of Capturing Taiwan; the Craft of Translating It

Anna Snoekstra speaks with author Wu Ming-Yi and his translator Darryl Sterk about language, Taiwan’s history and the translation of Ming-Yi’s latest novel “The Stolen Bicycle.”

At Home… In a Trove of Art and History in Cuernavaca

Pia Riverola captures the Mexican home of museum curator Elia Stavenhagen, where a love for art, history and nature is celebrated in every corner.

Film Review / Germany

“Everything, from Christiane’s favourite East German pickles to Alexander’s t-shirts to the statues of political figures throughout Berlin, must one day change.”

Max Hayward on Good Bye, Lenin!

A Fishing Port Revived

Ali MC documents the fishing port of Gurunagar, where a reviving village culture lines the northern coast of Jaffna, Sri Lanka.