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Special guest on the night were The Biggest Loser’s personal trainer Shannon Ponton and professional boxer and water skiing champion Lauryn Eagle. Lauryn Eagle was also on celebrity apprentice.
Guests enjoyed food and music, and two boxing matches (male and female).
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Sydney social set come to Marquee Sydney for their annual Winter Ball Apres Ski Party
The world-renowned Marquee Sydney nightclub at the Star teamed up with Belvedere Vodka to host the Sydney social set for the annual Belvedere Winter Ball Apres Ski Party on Saturday 6 August 2022.
The event was hosted by style icon and Neighbour’s stars Olympia Valance who flew in from Melbourne to attend and the music was provided by Miss Nine (aka Kristin Schrot) who flew in from Germany to play.
The celebrities partied the VIP room behind the DJ booth and enjoyed sushi canapés and Belvedere cocktails.
Celebrities who attended the event included: Neighbours stars Jodi Anasta, Olympia Valance, and Mavournee Hazel; The Morning Show stylist Donny Galella; MTV VJ Kristian (Krit) Schmidt; host of The Late Shift Nick Gulliver; Big Brother’s Tim Dormer; Cronulla Sharks players; model Melissa Whitelaw; and DJ Miss Nine Kristin Schrot.
WORLD PREMIERE BJORK DIGITAL EXHIBITION UNVEILED AT CARRIAGEWORKS FOR VIVID SYDNEY
BJÖRK DIGITAL invites audiences to experience Björk’s music and videos in 4D through the immersive medium of virtual reality, including the world premiere of Notget by Warren du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones, along with the Australian premiere of virtual reality projects Stonemilker and Mouth Mantra. Shot on location in Iceland by award winning director Andrew Huang, Stonemilker presents Björk in a windswept 360 degree film, while Mouth Mantra, directed by Jesse Kandra, transports the viewer to inside the Icelandic icon’s mouth, her tongue and teeth warped and twisted seemingly taking on a life of its own.
BJÖRK DIGITAL includes the Australian premiere of Black Lake presented exclusively in Sydney, an immersive cinema experience featuring a cutting-edge surround sound system, where the audience is encased in the claustrophobic and visceral experience of Black Lake. Commissioned by The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York, the work is directed by Los Angeles based fashion and music filmmaker Andrew Thomas Huang and was filmed in the highlands of Iceland.
Speaking from Sydney Björk commented on the project: Björk said: “I am very excited for you to see the VR videos to vulnicura. VR is not only a natural continuity to the music video but has an even more intimate theatrical potential, ideal for this emotional journey.”
A separate space in the exhibition offers visitors the chance to explore Björk’s immersive multi-media educational experience Biophilia, the first ever app to be purchased into the collection of MoMA. Biophilia comprises a suite of original music, interactive artworks and musical artefacts, that saw Björk collaborate with artists, designers, scientists, instrument makers, writers and software developers to create an extraordinary exploration of the universe and its physical forces, processes and structures.
BJÖRK DIGITAL also features a curated program of Björk’s extensive video work, remastered for this unique exhibition experience at Carriageworks. The video works spans the artist’s 24 year career including collaborations with film directors including Academy Award winners Spike Jones, Michel Gondry, Nick Knight and Stéphane Sednaoui.