Art We Heart
Art We Heart: Emily Parsons-Lord
Air is both ungraspable and invisible, and we forget about it all the time. Emily Parsons-Lord doesn’t, though. She uses air as a playful material exploring the space and reality in which we exist.
Art We Heart: Ecosexual Bathhouse by Pony Express
A one of a kind experience that asks: “The natural world has provided us with so much pleasure, how can we give it in return?”
Art We Heart: Frances Barrett
Meet the Sydney artist who – after crawling in a circle for 12 hours – celebrates with a Nihari curry and beer.
Art We Heart: zin
zin is the love child of Harriet Gillies and Roslyn Helper. Just like the algorithm used to sort your Facebook News Feed, zin may very well understand you better than you know yourself.
Art We Heart: Leila El Rayes
From hand painting the Southern Cross on Papyrus paper to bellydancing in a skirt made of Daiso knives: Leila el Rayes’ works are an act of cross cultural defiance.
Art We Heart: Get To Work
Art has a long history of romanticising the pacific. Get To Work want to take back the power of representation.
Art We Heart: Nicole Monks
In Aboriginal culture, there is no one word for art. Nicole Monks anchors her creative practice in her indigenous roots, telling stories through whatever form works best: be it performance, costume or furniture design.
Art We Heart: Jannah Quill
Jannah Quill is “obsessed with the potential of failure”. Meet the Sydney electronic artist and musician who seeks to make electricity visible.
Art We Heart: Angela Goh
Angela Goh’s experimental dance practice pushes the constraints of her body, movement and art. Her art practice attempts to define dance by getting right up to the edges of its form and nudging at the boundaries to see if they will budge.
Art We Heart: 110%
A hive mind comprised of Beth Dillon, Lachlan Herd and Kieran Bryant, 110% is an artist collective working mainly in performance and video, exploring how the tropes of motivational culture are translated to the career trajectories of artists in the twenty-first century.