12.10.19

On Vulnerability & Doubt, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, August 2019






Library
digital video, duration 1:08 mins
 


Reference points (16 photographs of a nipple) 
inkjet print
2.5 x 4.0 cm (each, sixteen prints)



Various confectionery sucked to the smallest structural point
Various materials and dimensions




Lost soccer balls (removed from circulation for the duration of the exhibition)

found balls, timber shelf
180cm x 215cm x 43cm



Low notes 
digital video
3:00 mins






Documentation by Jacqui Shelton and Andrew Curtis

11.4.19

Shapeshifters: curated by Tara McDowell





Windows, 2019
An entrance & exit point for Shapeshifters curatorial symposium, MADA Faculty Gallery
Photographs by Keelan O'Hehir.


22.3.19

Some things







Some things
2005 - 2019
Included in Queer Economies curated by Abbra Kotlarczyk and Madé Spencer-Castle
Bus Projects
Collingwood, 2019

(Image 1 by Christo Crocker) 

2.12.18





(image: Bloom, 2018, still from digital video)





Image credit: Keelan O'Hehir 

"Why Listen to Plants?"
Curated by Liquid Architecture
Wednesday 5 Dec, 2019
RMIT Design Hub

1.3.18


Returning (almost) all of the books that I have borrowed from friends & acquaintances, 2018

24.1.18

31.7.17

Some footnotes or unfinished sentences I am writing here:

https://intotheinternet.blogspot.com


12.7.17


Unseasonal Work

Exhibited at Bus Projects, Collingwood, June, 2017.

Photo by Christo Crocker 

3.5.17


Seasonal Work

Part of an exhibition "Of everything that disappears there remains traces", curated by Lauren Ravi at The Honeymoon Suite, Brunswick. 2017.


22.2.17

40 poems


Supported by the Monash University, Prato Centre

Printed & bound by Friends Make Books, Turin, 2016
40 pages, edition of 60.

Documentation by Andrej Kocis
 

23.9.16

Currently artist in residence at Monash University Prato in Italy. I'm keeping a blog while I'm here:

http://1in1hundredyears.blogspot.it


20.9.16

A gap opens up, August 2016











Most images by Christo Crocker. Supported by the Australia Council for the Arts & Melbourne's Living Museum of the West

31.7.16

11.7.16

more soon

Currently doing a residency at Melbourne's Living Museum of the West. 

How a dog leaves a trace of moisture when it smells u

The leaves that fell through the ceiling of the toilet block

The kitchen after I cleaned it

18.3.16

Drawings
Exhibition opening & closing
this Friday 25th March, 6pm

Artery Studio 22
​107 Helen St. Northcote​

15.10.15

A recent video



Narration by Javed de Costa

Double Bass by Benjamin Woods

Commissioned by Artbank, 2015.

28.9.15

errors

"It's an attempt to locate genius instead of locating collective knowledge."

2.5.15

Scores etc.

Matt Day's performance work next to my video Flicker (2008), in the exhibition The Object as Score at Margaret Lawrence Gallery.


16.4.15

Was just talking to my friend Patrick on the phone and these 3 things seemed relevant: