Residency January 2018 | Fayen d'Evie + Katie West

During the residency, we plan to invite conversations about embodied approaches to archiving, and to experiment with writing stories, histories and concepts handled as part of the Museum Incognita's first phase of embodied encounters. The residency will evolve organically, with openness to change, culminating in a public exhibition that may include performative lectures or storytelling.

Art Exhibition previously on at BLINDSIDE in Flinders Lane precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Thursday 18 January 2018 to Monday 22 January 2018
Launch Thursday 18 January 2018, 6-8pm

We are the Museum Incognita Belgrade image

Published by anonymous on Tuesday 31 October 2017.
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Katie West is an interdisciplinary artist focused on the renewal of human connections with and within the more-than-human world. Katie identifies as Yindjibarndi, who are Indigenous peoples from Western Australia. Her previous body of work Decolonist considered the practice of meditation as a means to decolonise the self.

Fayen d’Evie is an artist based in Muckleford, rural Australia, who explores blindness as a radical critical position, attuned to complex embodiment, sensory translations, material histories, ephemerality, obscurity, the tangible, and the invisible. Fayen is also the founder of 3-ply, which investigates artist-led publishing as an experimental site for the production, translation and archiving of knowledge.


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