Michelle Guo
Michelle is an art and culture writer and emerging fashion/art curator. She interested in the intersection of art and fashion with culture more broadly, and occasionally dabbles in sport writing.

Thank you & Farewell

Sport, Published November 21, 2023
This is us, signing off.

Formula One Power Rankings 2023 - Spanish Grand Prix

Sport, Published June 6, 2023
Carlos Sainz and Fernando Alonso's home race didn't go to plan with both drivers failing to earn a spot on the podium.

Formula One Power Rankings 2023 - Monaco Grand Prix

Sport, Published May 30, 2023
The Jewel in the Crown for Formula One was defined by wild weather and another disappointing weekend for Ferrari with bad call after bad call changing the shape of the race.

Formula One Power Rankings 2023 - Miami Grand Prix

Sport, Published May 9, 2023
While it was a weekend to forget for some teams in Miami, the Red Bulls and Alonso locked out the podium for a third time in 2023

Formula One Power Rankings 2023 - Azerbaijan Grand Prix

Sport, Published May 1, 2023
Red Bull is four from four in 2023 with Sergio Perez taking out top honours at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.

Formula One Power Rankings 2023 - Saudi Arabian Grand Prix

Sport, Published March 21, 2023
Sergio Perez is officially a race winner in 2023 but while Red Bull continues to dominate other teams are struggling to cope with the new normal.

National Treasure reveals streaming's secret problem.

Culture, Published March 4, 2023
National Treasure: Edge of History is at its best when it mimics the pace of the film series. On a streaming service that is not always possible.
A significant Ancestral cultural object of the Tasmanian Aboriginal people, a rikawa (kelp water carrier), has returned to Country 230 years after being taken. Courtesy of Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery

Significant Aboriginal object returned to Country after 230 years

Culture, Published February 25, 2023
A previously mislabelled Aboriginal ancestral object returns home to Tasmania after 230 years overseas.

Five TV shows and movies that feature art crimes

Culture, Published October 18, 2022
When it comes to stories about art crimes, sometimes fact is just as engaging as fiction. To celebrate the launch of Edge of the Crowd's new art crimes podcast Crimes Against Art, we look at the fictional art crime stories that have captured our attention over the years.

Two: a complete multisensory vision

Culture, Published August 27, 2022
A collaboration between two multidisciplinary creatives using exploratory performances within the realms of hair, skin, body and cloth.
Still from Dior and I (2014) dir. Frederic Tcheng

Why Haute Couture cannot be rushed

Culture, Published July 20, 2022
Haute Couture is supposed to be the pinnacle of fashion. What happens when that pinnacle is compromised?

Edge of the Crowd's Pride Month Queer Anthem playlist

Culture, Published June 15, 2022
In honour of Pride Month, Edge of the Crowd’s writers have put together a list of their favourite queer anthems from throughout the decades.