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Making Things: Creatives of Tomorrow
Friends & Partners
October 6, 2021

This season at Incu we are exploring our belief in the near future. We're celebrating the untold story of 'Tomorrow' and all the potential it holds. As part of the campaign we've rounded up four of our favourite Australian creatives and got to know their craft a little better, as well as see what's in store for their future. Meet KYE, Avan, Carla and Anthony.

KYE @getitkye

Tell us about your craft.
I am a singer-songwriter, and multi instrumentalist. I make pop music that heavily leans into rnb, soul and neo-soul influences. I grew up surrounded by music and it’s something I’ve always been drawn to. I’ve been singing since I was 2 and started songwriting at about 15.

What’s one thing you’ve learnt about yourself over the last year?
I’ve definitely learnt that I am more adaptable than I thought. The ways in which I create and perform have had to become more innovative and flexible. I’ve had to learn new skills and how to use different platforms to reach my audience, to collaborate with other musicians and to perform. I’m surprised as to how much I’ve enjoyed adapting to all the changes.

‘Tomorrow’ is full of potential. What’s in store for you?
I think a lot about what’s next for KYE, of course there’s plenty of shows and music on the way but aside from that, I feel like my artistry is really growing in new ways and I’m excited to hone in on that. I am ready to embrace and explore my creativity in different ways and tie it all together with my music. ‘Tomorrow’ is really about seeing all my visions and ideas come to fruition and I’m excited.

Avan Podhajsky @avanpodhajsky

Tell us about your craft.
I’m a photographer. I enjoy playing with light and documenting the people around me in a natural way.

What’s one thing you’ve learnt about yourself over the last year?
I have taken on the role of dog dad and the responsibility has been a big life lesson for me.

‘Tomorrow’ is full of potential. What’s in store for you?
I’m hoping to travel more as it inspires me the most. I’m also excited to collaborate with more brands.

Carla Uriarte @cacarrracha

Tell us about your craft.
Tell us about your craft - I call it intuitive art making; A mix of painting, poetry, pottery, video and the exploration of letting what's inside come out.

What’s one thing you’ve learnt about yourself over the last year?
I've learnt the beauty of slowness -- extracting any pressure that is easy to feel due to false deadlines. Savouring moments and being patient with myself whilst valuing the beauty of time.

‘Tomorrow’ is full of potential. What’s in store for you?
A good attitude and clear mind! 

Anthony Bobadilla @inq.uisitiveminds

Tell us about your craft.
I’m a rapper/songwriter, one half of hip-hop duo ‘Inq.’ Writing is my form of self-reflection; a way to help process my emotions and express myself freely. It’s the art of rap that excites me most - the challenge of fitting words together like a puzzle through rhyme, playing with syllables and using cadence to make flows blend together seamlessly.

What inspires Inq. is documenting life’s journey - the experience, lessons and the connection with people and our environment. My family and inner circle are my biggest influences in relation to my personal growth, which translates through music.

Our drive is the connection - combining the technical skill with a truthful message that resonates with the human experience. What we love about this craft is its ability to make people feel in a more potent manner than speech alone.

What’s one thing you’ve learnt about yourself over the last year?
One thing I’ve learnt about myself this past year is that I didn’t know how to slow down properly. A benefit of these lockdowns is it gives an opportunity to reflect and reset from the busyness. I have my partner to thank for helping me realise the only real time pressure I feel for certain things comes from myself. We’ve been practicing yoga and meditation recently to help reconnect with ourselves.

‘Tomorrow’ is full of potential. What’s in store for you?
Honestly I’m just really looking forward to reconnecting with family and friends in person. Definitely more collaboration with different artists and releasing more music when we get a clearer picture of when live shows can happen again. Travelling too whenever it’s safe!

WORDS BY PETER BAIN
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