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THE ADDRESS: Brian Fuata, Justy Phillips, Mabel Juli, Sarah Jones and Pip O’Brien
Contemporary Art Tasmania presents a new exhibition that explores modes and technologies of publishing.
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The four works brought together for The Address elicit the modes and technologies of publishing, where publishing is the performance of making (something) public. Together, the works reflect the cyclical ‘call and response’ act of dialling into the future: of waiting, wanting, holding…
Works by Brian Fuata, Justy Phillips, Mabel Juli, Sarah Jones and Pip O’Brien perform a poetic address to audiences past, present and future, through inextricable but differing modes of dedication, publication and circulation.
Brian Fuata is a writer and performance maker who presents works in a range of spaces including theatre, gallery, domestic and made environments.
Mabel Juli is a Darrajayin Woman and an artist who primarily paints the Ngarranggami (Dreaming) stories of her country.
Justy Phillips is a graduate of the Royal College of Art, London and immigrated to Australia in 2003. Based in Tasmania she works with site-based installations and textual narratives.
Sarah Jones and Pip O’Brien have been working together since 2011. Their collaborative practice explores publishing as an embodied event in the production of text-based installation, video works and artists’ publications. The Address is the first iteration of an ongoing project initiated by Jones and O’Brien.
Image: Justy Phillips, Short Circuit Green (2012). Video documentation of an event. (02:28). México.