Undone ARI acknowledge the traditional owners of the land where we meet and practice, the Turrbal and Jagera people. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging and acknowledge that sovereignty has never been ceded.
Undone Ari is a new artist-run initiative in Meanjin (Brisbane).
The undone ARI Team
Amy Jane Collins (she, her)
Amy Jane Collins is the Director and Founder of Undone ARI. As an emerging artist, curator and writer Collins is able to channel all three of her passions into Undone ARI. Through thoughtfully curated exhibitions, community engagement and the interview series ‘my practice’, she aims to foster a warm and welcoming creative space for emerging artists to connect and collaborate. Read more about Amy’s practice on her website.
Suba Balakrishnan (she, her)
Suba Balakrishnan is a Meanjin (Brisbane) based multidisciplinary emerging artist. She is part of the graphic design, installation, and curatorial team. Through her involvement in Undone ARI, she hopes to cultivate a safe, diverse environment for emerging artists to collaborate and make meaningful connections.
Alisha Davenport (she, they)
Alisha is a Meanjin artist, poet and graphic designer who recently completed their Bachelor of Fine Arts (Visual Arts) at QUT. Alisha is a valued member of the Undone ARI Team, assisting with graphic design, photography and events. Through their practice they aim to deconstruct the complexity of identity through an intersectional lens, by investigating assumptions and societal ideals surrounding biracial identity and femininity.
Undone Ari is a new artist-run initiative in Meanjin (Brisbane) committed to platforming, connecting and supporting emerging contemporary artists. With a particular focus on experimental practices, the ARI aims to foster a safe creative community and encourage critical dialog.
Undone ARI currently hosts quarterly exhibitions and runs an interview series titled My Practice, where we share a speedy 45 second rundown on an emerging artist and their practice on our instagram.