A series of videos that get your creative juices flowing with some fascinating & unique how to’s – from five artists, who filmed DIY demonstrations on their phones, during the COVID-19 lockdowns.
Supported by the City of Melbourne COVID-19 Arts Grants.
A series if discussions, where we listen to interesting people talk about interesting things while making and eating jaffles around the fire.
Presented by Testing Grounds in 2018 and 2019.
Showtime Night Market
A different take on the night market idea, where you can learn to pick locks, play an ice trumpet, hack old televisions, make a vacuum caster, play the drums and more...
A collaboration with Rose St Markets, produced by Molly Braddon and presented by Testing Grounds.
The Hunt Conduct a Site Analysis
A camping trip with horror performance group The Hunt, conducting a site analysis of an old quarry, asking "what is scary about this?". The answer was presented as a live performance and exhibition of 100 knives taped to 100 mops- something that just isn't right.
Exhibited at Trocadaro Art Space.
For 30 minutes a group of artists created an unfocused rally on the street, waving non-stop, to the beat of a drum kit, displaying various signs and placards, with no central message.
Presented as a part of Critical Mass, a collaboration with BMI, Blak Dot gallery and Siteworks.
An exhibition of paintings and photographs, presented one-by-one on a stage revolve to a seated audience.
Presented at the Abbotsford Convent as a part of Melbourne Fringe Festival 2016.
A. Time-based Exhibition
Seven visual artists come together to explore the notion of industrialised time, creating temporal artworks in a room where you can see the light shift over one hour, accompanied by a single clock and a musical score.
Presented at Allpress Studio.
The New Vanguard
Five artists explore different notions of "projection" (with only one artist using an actual projector) surprising audiences with what to expect from a projection festival.
Co-curated by Yandell Walton, presented at Seventh gallery and as a part of the Gertrude Street Projection Festival 2015.
Love/City III: The Planetary
One spectacular night of video, installation, performance and music, exploring how our experiences of love are affected by our image of the earth, looking back from the moon.
Presented at Testing Grounds and the final event in the Love/City Curatorial Trilogy.
Love/City II: Of Time and Country
Over twenty five artists come together to create one great night of performance, collective action, projection art, music and installations, exploring how our national identity affects our ideas of love.
Presented at Testing Grounds and the second event in the Love/City Curatorial Trilogy.
Love/City I: Love in the City
Down a laneway, up some stairs and inside a decrepit old space in China Town, over twenty-five artists make video, performance, music and installations, exploring how our experiences of a city affect our ideas about love.
Presented in a pop-up space in Globe Ally and the first event in the Love/City Curatorial Trilogy.
For my first ever foray into curating as a student I challenged a group of new media artists to make new work without using any digital technology. As a group we asked "has digital media become a criterion of contemporary art?"
Presented at Raglan Street Gallery.