The Space of the Biomedical Body Symposium // Wednesday 23 august This symposium will investigate the intersections of contemporary art and medical science practice within and around the biomedical body. Bringing together artists, curators, researchers and scientists, this cross-disciplinary symposium will focus on the dynamic research, creative potentials, emotions and challenges inherent in working … More SCA New Materialism Research Cluster Symposium at Casula – Aug 23rd 11 a.m.
Blood on Silk: Last Seen by Fiona Davies At the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, Casula, Sydney, Australia Opening 21st July 2017 6-9p.m. then open until the 17th September daily open hours of 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Curated by Lizzy Marshall The turbine hall at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre in Sydney, Australia is the first … More Thinking about ‘In Praise of Shadows’ in this new work, Blood on Silk: Last Seen
Great article by Philip Clarke and Peter Sivey on the Conversation website https://theconversation.com/why-dont-we-know-how-many-people-die-in-our-hospitals-71471 Image from article on Conversation – photographer not named
Click through to see the Prescriptions catalogue online. Full list of works.
Image my work in progress Blood on Silk: Bleeding Out 5 February – 20 February 2016. Airspace Projects 10 Junction St, Marrickville NSW 2204, Australia Opening: Friday 5 February 6pm – 8pm ‘Her Moving Presence is an exhibition of moving image work by twelve female artists. The exhibition navigates implied, and actual, presence through the … More Exhibition Invitation – Her Moving Presence
Had a weird misunderstanding recently where I assumed it was possible to start a discussion about the transformative nature of art by using my art practice as an example. It started me thinking about a really old post from last year about the process where the post art making conversations sparked by the presence of my art … More The limits of how we can talk about the transfomative nature of art?