"we might think of Pointon’s work here as a testimonial in the best sense, in that it too claims a moment of self-expression from within a system normally rigged for mass-dispersion." - Hamish Win
In this third essay in a series exploring how key moving-image concepts arise in other formats, Hamish Win discusses the work of Elisabeth Pointon, Luke Willis Thompson, Anna Brimer & Max Fleury, Guillermo Faivovich and Nicolas Goldberg, Lee Miller and Fiona Connor and Rob Hood.
"One of 4 video-based performances for which I created a large white gown that came to resemble a safe space, a feminine space and an incubator of my body." 4 new works online by Holly Walker. Watch Cave (2019) here - https://t.co/Q37rvY0DA3https://t.co/1YPdIrAQRK
“The usual reasons queer community might gather are to organise for political or social action, or to socialize without a sense of being 'other'. Something else is happening here.”
Watch Kate Walker's HooP (2010) - https://t.co/F0IJRX8XSghttps://t.co/6zLlgDnuC8
"How we judge Campbell’s photography might come down to how we judge the ability of the camera to put an idea of contact and connection into practice" - Tim Corballis on Joyce Campbell now at Adam Art Gallery Te Pātaka Toi until 20 October