EXIST@METRO: Friday Night June 2014 Documentation Eleanor Jackson

And don’t forget that the incredible crew at Exist are constantly putting on new work, engaging with diverse audiences and generally sharing incredible live art. This is a nice friendly post about me, but I post as much to send you in their direction, as to toot my own trumpet.


EXIST@METRO: Friday Night June 2014 Documentation Eleanor Jackson

Documentation Photographs from Alan Warren.

Eleanor Jackson will be presenting an interactive installation, Now You See Me.
Taking a titular cue from Karolina Bregula’s project Let them see us, which is emblematic of ongoing themes of representation and visibility in contemporary queer visual art, the piece takes a deliberate step towards “unseeing”, the obscured or misinterpreted view.
In doing so, it asks – with sorrow rather than judgement – if the rainbow visibility of Pride movements and temporary media luminosity have contributed as much to creating a society of acceptance as we may like to imagine

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By Eleanor Jackson

Eleanor Jackson is a Filipino Australian poet, performer, arts producer, cyclist, writer, gal about town, feminist, freewheeler, and friend.

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