2018

the photography


The New National Sport
PLEASE NOTE - THIS PERFORMANCE HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO WET WEATHER AND STRONG WINDS

The New National Sport is a new performance work that was going to be presented at the Festival of Live Art (FOLA, Melbourne), 2018.
national sport
Performance date | 24 March, 2018    (link to Facebook invite)
@ Argyle Square, Carlton, Melbourne


Public Galleries Summit 2018
I will be presenting as part of a panel discussion on 'Place and Space' at the 2018 Public Galleries Summit
Panel discussion date | 19 March, 2018
@ Carriageworks, Sydney


Unfinished Business
Unfinished Business is a major exhibition conceived to animate critical, albeit under-represented, practices and debates within contemporary Australian art and society.
Surveying the diverse scope of feminist art practices - including painting, performance, photography and film to community engagement and cultural activism - the exhibition focuses upon the dynamic formal invention and social engagement of feminist artists. It explores strategies and analyses of gender identity and representation, intersectional politics, and practices which embrace performative codes, text and media technologies, humour and critique.
Asking why feminism is still relevant, necessary and critical, Unfinished Business explores trans-generational legacies, inheritances and shifts, alongside contemporary conditions and concerns - to stimulate new debates and discussions around the 'unfinished business' of feminism today.
(link to Sydney Morning Herald review by Robert Nelson)
Exhibition dates | 15 December 2017 - 25 March, 2018
@ ACCA (Australian Centre for Contemporary Art), VIC


Landing Points
Exhibition dates | 2 December 2017 - 4 March, 2018
@ Penrith Regional Gallery & The Lewers Bequest, NSW
landing points
Landing Points takes Tracey Moffatt's work Up in the Sky as a starting point in consideration of the last 20 years of race, place and identity in Australia. Ten artists respond to the cultural complexities layered in the Australian landscape and our relation to it.
Artists include: Tim Johnson, Jason Wing, Alana Hunt, Caroline Garcia, Victoria Garcia, Carla Liesch, Nicole Monks, Mark Shorter, Cigdem Aydemir, Hayley Megan French. Photo credit: Silversalt
Exhibition opens | Friday 1 December, 2017    (link to Facebook invite)


YOU SEE MONSTERS
A documentary exploring the works of several contemporary Australian Muslim artists
WATCH FULL DOCUMENTARY HERE (Australia only): http://iview.abc.net.au/programs/you-see-monsters/AC1612V001S00







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