Posts from 2017

Hi everyone!

A few things:

First, I wanted to wish you all a joyous and invigorating New Year for 2018.

2017 was one of my busiest years to date, and after failing to finish my initial update of the year, I feel it’d be nice to capture that in a more general review.

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Jesse Budel
Posts from 2016

2016 Roundup

Hi friends, 

I’d hoped to have put out this update of my activities over the last months of 2016 in December, but some challenging circumstances arose that meant I had to take some time for self-care and sensitive responses.  So, finally, here ‘tis!

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Jesse Budel
Posts from 2015

This Is A River - Country Arts SA (originally posted August 2015)

I’m currently collaborating with environmental sculptor Evette Sunset on ‘The River’s Way’, a site-responsive residency based in Murray Bridge as part of the Country Arts SA 'This Is A River’ project.

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Jesse Budel
Bye Old Year, Happy New Year! (2017/2018)

Hi everyone!

A few things:

First, I wanted to wish you all a joyous and invigorating New Year for 2018.

2017 was one of my busiest years to date, and after failing to finish my initial update of the year, I feel it’d be nice to capture that in a more general review.

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Jesse Budel
Zero Feet Away Reflection

[Originally Published January 2018]

How old are you?

How did you get here?

If you could be a fictional character, what fictional character would you choose to be?

What you’re about to read is intentionally queer.  Queer in the sense of diverse sex, gender and sexuality, but also queer in the older sense of strange or weird.  

Earlier this year, I’d looked to do a review of a show called Zero Feet Away, a queer theatre piece which I’d been connected with as both a workshop participant and audience member since some its earlier stages in 2014 through to the present day.  Alas, time got away from me as I continued a PhD and travelled extensively in North America, and I never got around to actually writing the darn thing.  

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Jesse Budel