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Featured Artist Project: Monica Ong
Monica Ong is a visual artist and poet whose hybrid image-poems juxtapose diagram and diary, bearing witness to silenced histories of the body.
2018 Master Faculty Fellow: Sally Alatalo: Cultivating Book and Land
Sally Alatalo’s practice coalesces around a habit of parsing the quotidian for all it’s worth, and percolates in the hybrid realms of language collage, visual poetry, artists’ books, unruly archives and performative events. Her current projects originate in the rehabilitation of an orchard and woodlands in rural SW Michigan as a site to investigate agri/horti/cultur/al practices.
Inside/Out: Family, Memory, Loss, Displacement, Catastrophe
The photographers and artists in this exhibition see the self-published photobook as a place of independence, a place where they can experiment freely with form, but, more importantly, as a testing ground for reflection, self-examination, meditation and ideas that the main market does little to accommodate. The quick turnaround from concept to creation also allows them to react to national and international news, making the books not only an aesthetic endeavor but also a political one.
Politics of Place
Engaging with, being in, and connecting to a place and people lie at the core of this exhibition. The artists included in this show are preoccupied with place: a location, a landscape, an environment, and process it to create their work. This exhibition addresses key issues around the politics of place in Australia.
Featured Artist Project: Maria Veronica San Martin
Dignidad is an exhibition based on secret telephone documents about Colonia Dignidad in collaboration with The National Archives of Chile, The Asociation of Memory and Human Rights on Colonia Dignidad and the lawyer Winfried Hempel.