WITCHMEAT ARI

Something to Prove showcases recent work by Benjamin Crowley exploring themes of masculinity and identity in contemporary Australia. Specifically this exhibition will consider how masculinity is connected to and superficially reinforced by physical strength, sexual performance, AC/DC, bulk beers and arm-wrestles. So come along, drink piss and get involved in the business of being a good Aussie bloke.

WHAT

Artist-Run Initiative

 

WHO

Artist Co-ordinators: Claudia Greathead

 

 

WHEN

2012-2013

 

WHERE

Highgate Hill

 

WHY

Luke Kidd says:

“Where do I start?  ARIs play a very important role in the visual arts. Many ARIs work with a high level of experimentation; Witchmeat is a great example of this. ARIs are also a great way for emerging artists to transition from their ‘art school’ phase to becoming full-time artists. ARIs can help you get exposure to the public, they provide you with experience in exhibiting your artwork and provide a way for you to get feedback on your work. All of these things are important if you wish to have a long-term career in the visual arts.”

 

https://concreteplayground.com/brisbane/arts-entertainment/art/behind-the-scenes-at-four-of-brisbanes-vibrant-artist-run-initiatives

 

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