Research seminar session V
26 September in S07_1.23 @12:00pm
Dr Louise R Mayhew is an Australian Feminist Art Historian and Foundation Theory Convenor at Queensland College of Art, Griffith University, Australia. Her doctoral thesis constructed the first history of women-only art collectives in Australia, c. 1970 to now. Mayhew is currently extending this research by exploring the critical cross-overs between feminist collaboration and relational aesthetics. Further research interests include Australian art, women and modernism, political poster collectives, cyberfeminism and selfies.
Adam Anderson is a performance artist and researcher whose work is sustained by a continuing interest in the origins of identity and associated concepts. He has held multiple solo-exhibitions and artist residencies, interned in Eyeline Magazine as well as exhibited widely in group shows and competitions across Australia and in Israel, where he was born and lived for many years. Anderson recently performed alongside Pope Alice (Luke Roberts) for Milani Gallery and was a finalist in Hatched 2016, a national selection of graduates from Australian universities held at Perth Institute of Contemporary Art.