https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NvCc7DLSY2oStill Photo Credits Alex Gooding, Martin Lukersmith, Zan Wimberley, Alex WisserVideo Credits Fiona Davies, Alex Gooding
The UK artist Jennifer Lyn Morone monetises herself in her art project Jennifer Lyn Morone™ Inc (JL), registered in Delaware. She starts by selling her data and then moves through other options to selling her blood and body parts. Who knows what next will be up for sale?
The single work Blood on Silk: Campbelltown uses layers of handmade silk paper both to define the structure of the gallery space and to partially conceal it. Working as a semi permeable membrane some things are allowed to pass and others held. The silk paper is beautiful, isolating and with its references to connective tissues [...]
Blood on Silk: Site of production, 2014 Video 2.20 mins. As installed at Campbelltown Arts Centre projected onto a black wall A repetitive unveiling of the crook, more formally known as the cubital crease, of the human arm reveals the site of blood retrieval as well as the vulnerability and grittiness of misuse in that area of the body. [...]
. Fiona Davies - "Blood on Silk"
Day one of the installation of my exhibition at the State Silk Museum, Tbilisi, Georgia
Further information, images of other work in the exhibition, and the excellent catalogue essay, can be found online at modernartprojects.org As they say 'Modern Art Projects (MAP) is a social and cultural engagement program designed to explore the nexus of art and architecture via a broad inter disciplinary field.'
Opening Wednesday 2nd April 6 - 8 p.m. Exhibition 1st April to 18th April 2014 White box Gallery Building G14, Level One Queensland College of Art, Griffith University Gold Coast QLD