Texts + Media
Dr Amy Brinkman, Quadrat: Art at Play Within and Across Boundaries of Knowledge, Catalogue Essay for Quadrat, duo show with Jeanette Stok, POP Gallery, Brisbane (25 January – 12 February 2017) View PDF
Erika Scott, The Parade of Planets, Catalogue Essay, Sculpture 16, as part of Shortlist, QCA Graduate Showcase, Brisbane, QLD (24-27 November 2017) View PDF
Michelle Vine sits down with Jonathan O’Brien during her recent residency at House Conspiracy, Brisbane, to talk about empathic embrace, collaboration, and her artistic practice. Link to podcast
Carrie McCarthy, Cultural Flanerie, Instagram, 24 Jan 2017
Michelle Vine & Jeanette Stok’s joint show Quadrat is bumping in to POP Gallery today ahead of their opening 2 February…and it’s looking incredible! Image: Michelle Vine’s epic study of little known German botanist Amelia Dietrich, who was a pioneer in her field & amassed an extraordinary collection of specimens during the 19th century – many of which are still held in German museums. About Quadrat: Quadrat explores the relationship between a scientific way of seeing the world by measuring, quantifying and collecting and the inherently subjective nature of human endeavour. It demonstrates how art and science can inform each other in order to create meaning and further knowledge. Both artists are facilitating and brokering unique flashpoints between the disciplines of art and science and the way in which knowledge is made. Their chief materials are knowledge practices, rather than the content these practices generate. It is actually the process of generating knowledge that is their fascination and site of inquiry. The works and performances created for Quadrat put the practice of knowledge formation in the limelight.
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