Marginalian Capital Territory

A film in 8 slim volumes.

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Credits: Production | Multimedia | Underlying Publications

“Adaminaby” or Marginalian Capital Territory was made possible through—and forms part of—Pulpture, a collabortive arts project produced by Blemish Books and Noted Writers Festival, for repurposing surplus books. (Cheers!)

The full exhibition runs Wednesday 3 – Saturday 6 May 2017 at the Tuggeranong Arts Centre Shopfront, Tuggeranong Hyperdome and on Sunday 7 May 2017 at Gorman House Arts Centre, Braddon.

Flight From Melbourne explores mutual influence among Place, People and Story.  Instalments appear on a vigorously non-sequential basis, but here’s some of #5.

Preceding in credits: Underlying Publications     Next in credits: Multimedia


Written, Animated & Edited by

Kermie Breydon

With Additional Animation by

Any festival-goers who wish to contribute a trout of their own to Volume 2: Trout-Sourcing.  Concept artists are also sought to share their favourite weeds & wildflowers of the ACT.  Canberrans (or visitors) at Noted, look for the copies of Caught In The Breeze with the pens attached!

Preceding in credits: Production     Next in credits: Underlying Publications

Underlying Publications

All drawing surfaces supplied by Blemish Books.

Triptych Poets - Issue One

featuring works by
Ray Liversidge – ‘Things to (and not to) do’
Hilaire – ‘Things Mended’
Mary Mageau – ‘Moments in a Journey’

Collection copyright © Blemish Books 2010 
Copyright © for each poem remains with its author

Triptych Poets - Issue Two

featuring works by
Stuart Cooke – ‘Approach’
Bronwen Mager – ‘Few are immune’
Ouyang Yu – ‘Soul Diary: key words’

Collection copyright © Blemish Books 2011 
Copyright © for each poem remains with its author

Triptych Poets - Issue Three

featuring works by
P.S. Cottier – ‘Selection criteria for death’
Joan Kerr – ‘Dying Languages’
J.C. Inman – ‘Lovers and Brothers’

Collection copyright © Blemish Books 2012 
Copyright © for each poem remains with its author

Caught In The Breeze: Ten Essays

edited by
Greg Gould
Lesley Boland
Sean Harverson

featuring works by
Melissa Main – ‘Next to Lichtenstein’
Ben Wellings – ‘My Flags: Power, Politics and National Identity in Red, White and Blue’
Warwick Sprawson – ‘A for Australia, A for Alive’
Stephen Hagan – ‘Flagging a Symbolic Burning’
Kathryn Hind – ‘Don't Lick the Flag’
Rachel Longhurst – ‘What Really Counts’
Karen Lethlean – ‘When Did We?’
Edward Reilly – ‘If I Had a Flagpole’
Dan Smith – ‘Reality and Truth’
Tony Burton – ‘A Clash of Symbols: Does the Flag Matter?’

Copyright © for collection and introduction Blemish Books 2010
Copyright © for each essay remains with its author

Preceding in credits: Multimedia     Next in credits: Production

Flight From Melbourne #5
Kermie Breydon

Content © 2017 Kermie Breydon, unless noted.  The collections Triptych Poets Issues 1-3 (2010-2012) and Caught In The Breeze (2010) © Blemish Books.  These appear with permission, through the Pulpture project.  Copyright for each poem and essay remains with its author.  If you enjoy the snatches that you catch, please look them up to support the creators’ work directly.

Hey, look, if you wish to contribute sketches or comments directly into the books, you are welcome to!  [Details].

Hey, look, if you wish to contribute sketches or comments directly into the books, you are welcome to!  As long as those contributions can keep on being used within the books and multimedia aspects.  e.g. The next person to come along can draw a variation on your trout, to continue the collaborative animation; your remarks may be presented by voice-actors in later stages of the work… that kind of thing.

You can be anonymous if you wish.  Or simply jot your name down near your thing as you’d like to be credited.  Sorry, there is no money in making such markings.

Stay tuned for any future opportunities that do arise.  If you would like to talk about anything, please go for it: by email or in person at Noted 2017.