Cultural Product

Cultural Product
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Thursday, December 5, 2002

Wednesday, December 4, 2002

Tuesday, December 3, 2002

Thursday, August 8, 2002

Briefcase Show

At Boutwell Draper, organised by Simon Barney Briefcase 50 2002
My briefcase offering, a lightbox contains hot glue maps of the area, plastic money and ID. There are all sorts of samples and preserved collections in perspex and plastic bags, including a fake coin collection.
I often make money. I draw it, photocopy it, photograph it and fax it. I keep copies of strange bills and I dissect the money that goes through my hands daily. I forge my own credit cards (not literally, but I make facsimiles out of them). I copy my passport and licenses.
The fucking Gallery put number stickers on the perspex...what idiots.

Sunday, July 7, 2002

Saturday, July 6, 2002

Friday, July 5, 2002

Thursday, July 4, 2002

Wednesday, July 3, 2002

Tuesday, July 2, 2002

Monday, July 1, 2002

Swell 7

Spray painted bag of nuts on outside ledge

SWELL (Just some shit) A grouped show
@ Block

Sunrise found motor; Erskineville, gadget; City Gold back alley, hot glue, plastic

Take away plastics, found display shelves; City Gold back alley, paint, horse, Asian magazine page; Qantas, wax, pins, glass, Perspex, wire, steel, whiskey, hot melt, 10 Lindt chocolate bar cards, sand, string, hessian, shopping trolley, light water, lead, fishing wire, found glasses; Scots Church lane, concrete, t-shirt, light box, oil pastel, pumpkin, watermelon

Found money
1980-2002 money, Sellotape, perspex

Taken in Geneva 2000 photographs; anti land-mine public art

Found in back alley Plastics, wood

Champion shell thing; Auburn household rubbish, plastics, bamboo, glass, hot melt, string, sellotape

Positive gearing hot melt, glass jars from former art work, containing own hair, paint, oil pastel, jelly sweets, snail droppings, shelf

Found rings 1970-2002 rings, found umbrella; in Kingswood, whose is it?, orange juice

Stand found stand; City Gold back alley, Xenon light, batteries, plastics, hot melt, permanent marker, glow in the dark human skeleton head, page from aforementioned magazine, found gloves; Coogee household rubbish, balsa wood; 10 day city sponsor, personal stereo, water

Well donated lighters 2000-2002, pump, water, sandbags, plastic, glass

Sydney snails Stripped box; from garden, snail droppings, plastic box, Perspex shelf

Black Queen ink, stamps, binder, religious icon, local paver

In kind sponsor Australian Native Landscapes, thank you Daniel

Thank you to the Hollywood Hotel, Surry Hills, the Union Hotel, Erskineville, and all
the people who donated lighters.

Sunday, May 5, 2002

Absolute Rubbish

Eco-boutique 2002 24 HR Art Darwin, NT

With Josie Cavallaro and Lisa Kelly

We proposed the show so that we could go to the tropics.

Saturday, May 4, 2002

Tourist trade

Simulations of money in hot glue, simulation of greenery, in a green perspex box (inspired by my garden).
I try to work intuitively when I am tracing work for a show. I try to research as much as possible about a place, and my biggest mantra is "Trust your instincts" and work intuitively. With all that I know, I do the best that I can do. I am always pleasantly surprised when I get there and find empathy with the environment. I feel part of the world I am looking at, and there is nothing better than that.
I discovered pawpaw salad, and ate so well! I have never eaten better.

Friday, May 3, 2002

Thursday, May 2, 2002


It was winter in the tropics, and still 32 degrees every day. As soon as I got there it was exactly as I'd expected. It had just rained and was glowing green fecundity. Every growing thing was bigger and greener than I had ever seen. We stayed in a nice little place and hit the pool as soon as possible. The locals were walking around in jumpers! It was the most amazing experience, being so far from home yet still in Australia.
After the show opened we rented a tiny car and some swags and drove to Litchfield National Park, then on to Katherine for the night. I have never swum in a pool whose water you could drink. It was awesomely beautiful out there.