Wendy Morrow is a dancer, teacher and collaborator who grew up within a family of dancers, trained at the Australian Ballet School in the early 70s before pursuing a career as a professional dancer in Australia and overseas. She has performed with the Monte Carlo Ballet, The Scottish Ballet, The Sydney Dance Company and Danceworks and as an independent artist she has been at the vanguard of integrating dance with other forms for most of her career. Her work is deeply rooted in the kinaesthetic and the presence of the imaginative body.
Fayen d'Evie is an artist and writer, born in Malaysia, raised in Aotearoa/New Zealand, and now living in the bushlands of unceded Dja Dja Wurrung country, Australia. Her projects are often collaborative, and resist spectatorship by inviting audiences into sensorial readings of artworks. Fayen advocates blindness as a critical position that radically agitates ocularnormative biases, offering methods for navigating intersensory conversations, the tangible and intangible, hallucination, uncertainty, the precarious, the invisible, and the concealed. With artist Katie West, Fayen co-founded the Museum Incognita, which activates collective readings of neglected and obscured histories. Fayen has participated in many national and international exhibitions, residencies and collaborations.
Paul Mylechrane is a partner in Public Office, a collaborative research, design & development practice focusing on the intersection of physical and digital publishing. We prioritise work in close collaboration with artists, curators and cultural organisations. Rather than an aesthetic or style; a context and project specific solution is sought out for each individual commission. With a practice rooted in publication design, our digital projects focus on exports to printed matter, custom tools and software for content creation and dispersion; and experiments in autonomous publishing in the peer-to-peer space.
Catherine Rose Evans is an artist working across photography, sculpture and installation. Initially trained in science and then photography, her studio and research practice is focused on geologic time and where this intersects with our own human timescales: as found in our bodies, their materiality, and our subjective histories through colonialism and archaeology. Dividing her time between Melbourne and Berlin, she was the 2017 Georges Mora Fellow, Melbourne, and received first prize in the 2020 Neukölln Art Prize, Berlin.
Ilana Halperin, born in New York, is an artist based between Glasgow and the Isle of Bute. Her work explores the relationship between geology and daily life. She combines fieldwork in diverse locations – on volcanoes in Hawaii, caves in France, geothermal springs in Japan with an active studio-based practice. Her work has featured in solo exhibitions worldwide including Berliner Medizinhistorisches Museum der Charité and Artists Space, New York. She was the Inaugural Artist Fellow at National Museums Scotland. Ilana Halperin: Felt Events is forthcoming from Strange Attractor/MIT Press.
Jen Bervin is a poet and visual artist. Her multidisciplinary, research-driven practice activates the intersections of text and textiles, art, poetry, and scholarship, science, technology, and craft, and has been widely recognized, collected, and exhibited internationally. Bervin has received fellowships from Creative Capital, the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, New York Foundation for the Arts, MacDowell Colony, Center for Book Arts, and Camargo Foundation in France.
Nancy Kuhl’s recent books include Pine to Sound (Shearsman 2015) and The Birds of the Year (Grenfell Press 2017); her fourth collection of poems, On Hysteria, is forthcoming from Shearsman Books in August 2022. She is co-editor of Phylum Press, a small poetry publisher, and Curator of Poetry for the Yale Collection of American Literature, Beinecke Library, Yale University.
Margaret Woodward is an artist, writer and publisher and co-founder of A Published Event. Making long-term relational artworks through shared acts of public telling, A Published Event explores chance encounter, constructed situations and the shared authorship of lived experience. In 2019, Woodward was awarded the Ruth Stephan Fellowship at the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Yale University and Studio Residency at the Albers Foundation, USA. The work of A Published Event is held in private and institutional collections around the world. Margaret Woodward’s publications, Crocoite and Fall of the Derwent (Phillips & Woodward) were long-listed as finalists in the 2017 Premier’s Literary Awards, Tasmania, Australia.
Justy Phillips is an artist, writer and publisher who lives and works on the banks of timtumili minanya/ River Derwent in nipaluna/ Hobart, lutruwita/Tasmania. She is co-founder with Margaret Woodward of A Published Event, making long-term relational artworks through shared acts of public telling. Exploring chance encounter, constructed situations and the shared authorship of lived experience, Phillips works with artists and writers, materials and ideas, writing, prose, book-works and performance. In 2019, Justy was awarded the Ruth Stephan Fellowship at the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Yale University. Her publication Fall of the Derwent was long-listed in the 2017 Premier’s Literary Awards, Tasmania, Australia. Justy's upcoming memoir/ lyric essay 'Ringed by Language. And Yet., is published by Upswell Publishing in July 2022.