For Antidote’s first group show, I curated an exhibition at AirSpace Projects in Marrickville. Curating the exhibition involved contacting all artists and negotiating what works to exhibit within the given curatorial rationale. It also included supporting the production, delivery and installation of the show, as well as providing a curatorial short essay.
I paired with writer Emma Size to create a piece of work, after being chosen for the inaugural STACKS Projects ‘Performance Art’ event weeks. Described as a “unique endurance performance and an exercise in feminist minimalism that contemplates the feminised act of sitting”, Emma and I worked closely to research, develop and execute this work in preparation for the full week of gallery dwelling. Though we developed the concept and performance layout together, we both brought our own practices / backgrounds to the work, as I performed/embodied the space and Emma developed an accompanying paratext to be read in situ.