Planning and scheming for next month's Queenstown trip. With the support of Situate Art In Festivals, and my trusty colleague, Tom Blake, we are looking to create a sound-based work for the 2018 Uncomformity Festival. The West Coast is calling....
Collaborating with Tom Blake (as part of MOMODOTO) from miles away. Enjoying the slow burn process and seeing what is possible with a little bit of upward thinking...and a willingness to say 'yes'. Our new work Touch Stone is simmering away nicely. Watch this space.
Playing with paper.
More ideas and sketches.
At the opening of the QLD State Archives' Stories From the Windmill exhibition. Turn right at my collage work in the event of an emergency.
Some new territory, creating a design for a possum skin cloak patch for the Museum of Brisbane. Facilitated by the wonderful Carol McGregor.
What a privilege and honour to be working with Judy Watson on a Brisbane public art installation. Spending the day working alongside her and other strong Indigenous women was a very rich experience. Looking forward to many more.
The beginnings of a collage project for the QLD State Archives. Working with old photos is a very tangible way to processes my place in the physical and cultural past. I'll be photographing glass plate transfers in situ to bring this one together. The site of the Old Windmill at Springhill has a sordid history and a bodeful air - definitely worth some contemplation.
A new kind of collaboration. Currently devising a one year, self-directed residency through ARIM.
Experimenting with text. Spontaneous thoughts and memories and their relationship to an image. Not sure where it's going to end up, just yet.
Had a great time helping Amy Spiers & Catherine Ryan with their work No More Public Space, Only Public Order (Water Cannon). Now parked in Salamanca Arts as part of MONA FOMA.
More works in progress.
Very excited to be a part of the SITUATE Art in Festivals arts lab in Hobart. Time to get the winter woollies out (even though it's summer) and let the brain out of the box.
On the Nature of the Familiar Exhibition @ The Woolloongabba Art Gallery.