In Gallery five of the Sydney College of the Arts/ University of Sydney Gallery two Masters of Art Curating students, Tian Kang and Yunyan Tang selected my new installation Where they were last seen for their exhibition Being towards Death. Gallery five is an interesting mix between being a white cube and a non-white cube [...]
Video still from a new work Blood on Silk: Blood Running, 2018. The video will be projected onto the surface of a wondercabinet zinc box set on the top of a table. Part of the video of the running blood will occasionally extend onto the floor.
In the run up to the Colour Run project at Braemar Gallery in Springwood NSW. I'm having a look at all of the series of works over the years looking at twenty three units of blood. This series is decolourised crosses representing each of the units of blood. They are gilded (badly) aluminium onto rusted [...]
In two weeks an exhibition called Colour Run will open at the Braemar Gallery in Springwood. The exhibition is curated by Beata Geyer and one of my works Once upon a time , long ago and far away there were twenty three units of blood has been selected. In the run up I've been thinking of [...]
Recently I presented at the 2018 Annual Association for Art History conference in London as part of a day long panel on Aural Affects and Effects: Explicit and Implicit sounds and rhythms in contemporary visual media put together by Olga Nikolaeva, Christine Sjöberg and Johnny Wingstedt. Not only did several aspects of my research fall [...]
https://vimeo.com/241351957 Photo credit Alex Wisser
Blog post by Jess Vilvestre https://futurism.com/graphene-fed-silkworms-produce-a-super-strong-silk-that-conducts-electricity/
COLOUR RUN is a part of 1st Worldwide Apartment and Studio Biennale. http://www.wasbiennale.com ARISTS: Fiona Davies, Beata Geyer, Sarah Keighery and Daniel Kojta For the 1st Worldwide Apartment and Studio Biennale, Modern Art Projects will hold their first Studio - MAP show. Two of the group, artists Beata Geyer and Fiona Davies work with highly [...]