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.
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.
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.
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?"