Articles by: Neil Maizels

Author Biography:

Neil Maizels is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist and composer based in Melbourne.

Informit: Films: Oedipal capitalism

Review(s) of: Oedipal capitalism, Greed, directed by Michael Winterbottom (2020).

Informit: Beguiled by detectorists

Review(s) of: Detectorists, by Mackenzie Crook, BBC, from 2014.

Informit: Outrage

Informit: Patrick Pound: The great exhibition

Review(s) of: NGV Australia, Federation Square, Melbourne, until 30 July 2017.

Moira Finucane’s Gallery ‘Tour’, by Neil Maizels

Neil Maizels

18 Feb 2017

Can art criticism be a dance, or a Vaudeville romp around Australia’s largest art gallery? Can the free (and hilariously droll) musings of a sparkly, adventurous super-woman produce an entertainingly valid criticism of art criticism? The answers are all Yes.

Trump: Unmitigated, by Neil Maizels

Neil Maizels

10 Feb 2017

‘Plug into me, and I will cleanse you of your disaffections—I am the way. And the way is confusion.’ With consummate, and I believe natural, ease he led the flocks to a vast island where frustration and morality vanish: the land of confusion.

Informit: Imaging identity: Media, memory and portraiture in the digital age [Book Review]

Review(s) of: Imaging identity: Media, memory and portraiture in the digital age, by Melinda Hinkson (ed.), ANU Press, 2016.

Informit: Is that what it is!

Capitalism - the family wars <br /><br /> When I was younger, my sister held a particular notoriety in our family.

Informit: Beginning at the end

Review(s) of: Last Cab to Darwin, Directed by Jeremy Sims, 2015).

Informit: Watching citizenfour

This morning, as I write, ABC radio's Jon Faine has crossed 'live' to Bali for an apparent 'update' on the transfer of two seemingly doomed Australian citizens to their island of execution.

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Informit: A far, far better trip

Review(s) of: The trip to Italy, dir. Michael Winterbottom (2014)