Working with aesthetics of excess and multiplicity presented online, Chelsea Coon and Jessica Laraine Williams conceived of digital performance glitch.mirror (2020) in attempts to grasp the separated unknowns of the moment, despite which there persists the human desire to connect and make meaning.
In preparation for an upcoming group exhibition, On Kindness and Care (2020), I dipped into the practice archives for a … More
Drawing made as part of a digital image composition. The finished image will be published in the July 2020 edition … More
In 2020, I wrote and delivered a specialised module on the critical posthumanities for my students at the Victorian College … More
After visiting a notable residence in Kandy, Sri Lanka, I’m writing a piece about its characters (and taking a closer … More
The sumptuousness of the opera performers’ paint and fanwork stuck with me, particularly the masterful gradient wash of pink around … More
http://www.symbiotica.uwa.edu.au/activities/symposiums/quite-frankly-2018 This paper is currently being edited for journal publication, please check back for details.
Image source: https://melbourne.sciencegallery.com/sci-film-ex-machina This text was presented for Sci Gallery Melbourne, Friday 17 August 2018, as part of National Science Week. … More
Transcript of panel presentation for Melbourne Art Book Fair 2018, Art+ Australia Journal Issue Two: The Plague. “… I’m Jess. I operate … More