Feeling lost? Ill at ease?
This week, we have stories to guide you through: troubled waters, flooded plains, and a malfunctioning waterslide.
‘Guided Meditation’ by Bethany Gargett
Meditation is for everyone, no matter who you are or what you’re going through. Why not dip your toes in the water and give this short guided meditation a go? It’s very calming.
Produced by Bethany Gargett
Music: ‘Relaxing’ by Benjamin Tissot
‘sweet smoke’ by Jazz Money
“This poem is dedicated to the humbling work of the Djab Wurrung Embassy, with their blessing. It was written last year in 2019 as people gathered on Djab Wurrung Country and while watching from a distance, I was filled with a certain kind of hope.”
Written and performed by Jazz Money
This poem was written on the lands of the Darug and Gundungurra. It is dedicated to the Djab Wurrung people and their fight for Country. This piece came runner up in the Nakata Brophy prize 2020.
‘Elephant in the Waterslide’ by Gus Macdonald
A story about punks, catastrophes and brain magic. Sometimes waterslides are as dangerous as they look.
Image credit: Nic Lelli
Written and performed by Gus Macdonald
Sound design by Gus Macdonald
Supervising producer: Ryan Pemberton
Music: ‘Judy is a Dickslap’ by Belle & Sebastian, ‘The Magic Flute Overture’ by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, ‘Silent Descent’ by Eugenio Mininni, ‘I just need love’ by Arulo (CC also from mixkit)
‘Bodies of Water’ by Campbell Whyte
Bodies of Water is a comics installation that draws on Campbell’s memory of growing up along the Derbarl Yerrigan (Swan River). Trying to make visible the way thoughts flow together, past, present, future. The physical world around us and the internal world blurring and connecting. Bodies of Water is a work that tries to connect Campbell’s life on this land with the life in the land.
Written and performed by Campbell Whyte
Sound design by Ryan Pemberton
All The Best credits:
Executive Producer: Ryan Pemberton
Victorian State Coordinator: Mell Chun
Host: Maddy Macquine
Episode mix and compile: Julian Wan
Community Coordinators: Chloe Gillespie and Danni Stewart
SYN Community Coordinator: Lee Robinson
Social Media Producers: Matilda Fay and Angela Moran