Images occur within us

This text–part of my own bigger project “are we coming to an end?”–was written for Art + Australia in 2020. I produced the video for their Event Horizon Symposium in August 2020. 25 minute video, from Day two from the symposium Scroll through to page 70.

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Taking pictures

Picture of the Treasury building in Melbourne

Pictures taken outside the Treasury Building in Melbourne Australia, January 2020. We were accosted. Poster for an ebook, which will be published soon. Photographs taken by Dane Robertson.

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Working on Wurundjeri-Willam land

Much of my work in art is about trying to get inside the act of interpretation. I want to feel and know it as an act. An act that a body does: a body that is what it is because of its semiotic powers: and semiotic powers that are what they are because of the…

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CV

What does it mean to be an artist? I went to art school in the 90s. 1991 to 1995 to be precise, at RMIT University, doing a major in painting. I was given a list of materials I needed and I bought them all from scratch, blindly: oil paints, brushes, linseed oil, gesso, canvas. Melbourne…

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An island

The island is Patmos, in the eastern Mediterranean, and the first place where I asked the question: are we coming to an end? An island was published in Art + Australia’s online journal in 2018.

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A bewilderment

Looped video + audio, shown at the Centre for Contemporary Photography in Melbourne in 2017. Video collected while on residency at the Nida Art Colony in 2016. A text by Paulius Andriuškevičius. Photographs by Christian Capurro. Extra-territorial landscaping, a text by Paulius Andriuškevičius. ANTI-LANDSCAPE, text by the artist

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