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Swamp Breathing

When:

Sat 17 Apr 2021, 12:00pm–6:00pm
Tue 20 Apr 2021, 12:00pm–6:00pm
Wed 21 Apr 2021, 12:00pm–6:00pm
Thu 22 Apr 2021, 12:00pm–6:00pm
Fri 23 Apr 2021, 12:00pm–6:00pm
Sat 24 Apr 2021, 12:00pm–6:00pm

Where: Blindside Gallery, 714/37 Swanston St, Melbourne CBD, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free
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Exhibition Overview:

measuring the passing
of time via my watch strap tan line
dribbling dry
lately,
I have noticed that my nails grow more rapidly when I’m hung over,
Fingernails made of alcohol toxins
Excreted by my body
Continuously collecting ingredients for a hypothetical spell
Digging, excavating, swamp breathing
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My shoes feel like they are digesting my feet and also themselves
Thinking about: wearing/holding something for one year to distil it with the
essence of yourself & then passing it on to someone u love

Read exhibition text 'save all the soft things*' by panda wong on Blindside's websitel

Artist and Writer Bios
Audrey Tan is an artist and jeweller based in Naarm/Melbourne who is on the cusp of Capricorn and Aquarius. She is interested in smelly colours, broken things u find on the floor, tiny objects, and durational playlists.

John Brooks works with textiles, video and installation, making intuitively and working around the way materials behave. He is interested in connections with things, communicating with rocks and potentially projecting thoughts and ideas onto non-human entities.

Panda Wong is a poet and writer. Her work examines humour as coping mechanism, inappropriate funeral etiquette and the objects left behind. She has written/performed for Liminal, Sick Leave and Incendium Radical Library, amongst others.

Image: Audrey Tan & John Brooks, installation detail of 'match your socks to your shoes so they look like strange boots', 2019, collected apple seeds, fibreglass resin, keychain, steel, turquoise beads, plastic pearl, paper pulp, t-shirt, house paint, ribbon, courtesy the artists.