Glow Sticks In The Shape of a Penis

Lily Feng

Glow Sticks In The Shape of a Penis
Wall decoration sighted at a house party in which the theme was “Botanic Rave”, 2010   (reconstructed for Better Than Art  from an iphone photo)

image above courtesy of Heather Lighton-

The Beep Test

image courtesy of Heather Lighton
image courtesy of Heather Lighton-

image courtesy of Heather Lighton-

Michael Meneghetti 

The Beep Test is better than art

In a modified set up at Kings Ari, a nine metre Beep Test track has been laid out to see what fitness level participants can achieve. The Beep test (otherwise known as the Shuttle run) works by running in short sprints back and forth at the start of a beep. There are ten shuttle runs to every level and the frequency of the beeps increases as the test rolls on, making it harder to continue running. When a participant can longer keep up with the beeps, the last level reached determines the fitness. The Australian Defence Force fitness test passing requirement is level 7.5. 

More often than not, health and physical well being is not cultivated into a professional art practice. With Art, the level of excellence achieved is gauged in a subjective manner, through suffering, sacrifice and determination. Fitness improvement is linear, it starts with a commitment similar to art producing tangible results.

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Chariswheel sneakers

Charis McKittrick

Chariswheel sneakers

Design your own sneakers, now this can be quite rewarding. The shear genius to enable amateurs like myself  to design a shoe on negative hours sleep really could only result in an epic fail. Without completely belittling my sneaker styling ability one pair of sneakers, a win.  The other…I don’t like yellow and green together and I should also mention its too big! However, the pun still makes me laugh,  but I’ve hardly worn them.

The Shape of Things to Come

Candice Cranmer

‘The Shape of Things to Come’ is a video extract (3.46min loop).
H. G. Wells’ The Shape of Things to Come is a Canadian Sci-fi motion picture, released in May 1979.

“Embarrassing acting, mysterious scriptwriting, and ultra-cheesy effects are potentially forgivable, but the worst sin of all is that The Shape Of Things To Come takes itself seriously. If insomnia rules your world or you have a need for an emergency coaster, then try The Shape Of Things To Come”. Nicholas Sylvain of DVD Verdict .