Blood on Silk Work in Progress – A stop motion set developed for the video work, Medicinae Vehementi. 2021, balsa, galvanised sheet metal, paint, resin and light. The meditative hour-long video work will focus on the emotional landscape of surviving the night, of being deprived of sleep, and of hearing the suffering of others. The [...]
Tag: medicalised death
The plague and its continuing presence.
From the Sunday Morning Medicine wordpress site roundup of that weeks interesting takes on medical history comes a fantastic article by the staff writer on the Atlantic, Sarah Zhang about the Soviet attempts to eradicate the plague in the twentieth century. https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2019/05/when-soviets-tried-to-eradicate-the-plague/589570/ It made me think of the amazing work by Amy Chan and Natalie [...]
Images of the Exhibition – Cast a cold eye on life, on death: The Remake: Medicalised Death in ICU online.
online at http://www.fionadavies.com.au videos of the performative lecture will be online by the end of this week
Cast a Cold Eye – Last Days
This exhibition and program of performative lectures enter their last few days . Cast a Cold Eye on Life, on Death: The Remake - Medicalised Death in ICU finishes on Saturday 18th May at 4 p.m. Until then the exhibition is open 11-5 and performative lectures are programmed for 1 pm on Thursday, 11 am [...]
Invitation to the opening of the exhibition ‘Cast a Cold Eye on Life, on Death: The Remake – Medicalised Death in ICU.’
Opening Thursday 9 May, 6-8 pm and running until 18th May 2019 at the Sydney College of the Arts Gallery, Kirkbride Way off Park Drive, Lilyfield, Sydney Australia. Hours Mon to Fri 11 am - 5 p.m. Sat 11 - 4 p.m. This is my PhD examination exhibition, the culmination of four years of practice-led research into medicalised [...]
Second post on the installation: Where They were Last Seen, at SCA gallery Sydney.
To continue from the last post from late this month - this image is of another element of the work Where they were last seen, my installation selected by two Masters of Art Curating students, Tian Kang and Yunyan Tang for their exhibition Being towards Death in Gallery five of the Sydney College of the [...]
Invitation to two exhibition openings next week.
On the 17th October from 6-8 p.m. an exhibition Being towards Death curated by University of Sydney, Masters of Art Curating, students, Tian Kang and Yunyan Tang will open at the SCA Gallery, University of Sydney, Sydney. They have curated a new work of mine an installation titled Where they were last seen. On [...]
ABC news post – Doctors think its becoming too hard to die
"Doing the right thing at the right time is fantastic and doing the same thing at the wrong time is horrific," he says. http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-07-28/rethinking-our-approach-to-death-and-having-a-plan-for-dying/10014582
Delivering Impact – Blood lines spelled out
Monash University Magazine, Delivering Impact - Blood lines spelled out. This was an idea I saw proposed a year or so ago. Great to see it is in practice. Anything that reduces the possibility or unintentional error has to be a good thing.