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Necessity is the Mother
Description

“I’m writing this to you from the past …

Type
Other event
Website
http://scanlines.net/node/3405
Note
Spoke at
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Necessity is the Mother of Intervention
Description

Practical Troublemaking in 3 Parts
An informal meeting to discuss & exchange ideas about what’s burning right now and thinking through how we might approach issues …

Type
Other event
Website
http://scanlines.net/node/3429
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Spoke at
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Future Feminist Archive Report
Date
16 April 2016 - 7 May 2016
Place
The Cross Art Projects, 8 Llankelly Place, Kings Cross, Sydney, 2011, Australia
Type
Exhibition
Tags
Feminist, The Cross Art Projects, Future Feminist Archive, Contemporary Art and Feminism
Website
http://www.futurefeministarchive.com.au/the-archive/2015-symposia/ffa-report
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Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art
Date
23 June 2015 - 30 September 2015
Place
State Museum of Contemporary Art, 21, Kolokotroni str., Moni Lazariston GR- 56430 Stavroupoli, Thessaloniki , Greece
Description

The State Museum of Contemporary Art with the support of the Ministry of Culture of Greece organized the 1st Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art in 2007. The aim of this initiative by the Ministry of Culture was, amongst other, to place Thessaloniki and Greece in the international network of contemporary art biennials.

Type
Exhibition
Website
http://thessalonikibiennale.gr/
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PP/VT (Performance Presence / Video Time)
Date
1 April 2015 - 16 October 2015
Place
Australian Experimental Art Foundation, Lion Arts Centre, North Tce [West End] Adelaide South Australia, Australia
Description

What is experimental today when 'performance art’ is undergoing a renaissance around the world? What we are seeing today is a new investigation into ephemeral art that is challenging the assumptions of an older generation.

Type
Exhibition
Tags
Performance Art
Website
http://www.acsa.sa.edu.au/the-gallery/exhibitions/ppvt/
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Deborah Kelly, Heather B. Swann, Balint Zsako
Date
4 March 2015 - 28 March 2015
Place
Karen Woodbury Gallery, Melbourne, Vic.
Type
Exhibition
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Zero Tolerance
Date
26 October 2014 - 8 March 2015
Place
MOMA PS1, 22-25 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City, NY, USA
Description

Named for the 1990s policy under which New York City took a tough stance against vice and crime, Zero Tolerance brings together works by artists from across the globe that address tensions between freedom and control. Many of the works combine elements of political demonstration and celebratory parades to create art of a charged and ambivalent nature, responding to concerns specific in place and time.

Type
Exhibition
Website
http://momaps1.org/exhibitions/view/389
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Vital Signs– Interpreting the Archive
Date
9 July 2014 - 26 July 2014
Place
Blindside Artist Run Space, Melbourne, VIC
Description

Vital Signs presented the opportunity for contemporary artists to engage with and creatively interpret the collection of the Australian Lesbian and Gay Archives. (ALGA)
The exhibition was part of the Cultural Program of the International AIDS 2014 Melbourne Conference in Melbourne

Type
Exhibition
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Striking Contrasts
Date
31 January 2014 - 16 March 2014
Place
Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, Bathurst, NSW
Description

Twelve contemporary Australian artists including John Gillies, Paul Winkler, John Conomos, Joan Ross, Deborah Kelly and Jess MacNeil explore how fine art uses film as a medium for expression, challenging and expanding the boundaries of documentary and narrative film making.

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Biennale of Sydney
Date
2014
Place
Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW
Type
Exhibition
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It's Timely
Date
2014
Place
Blacktown Arts Centre, Blacktown, NSW
Description

A group show inspired by Gough Whitlam’s two landmark speeches evokes the progressive spirit of the early ’70s

Type
Exhibition
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The Miracles
Date
25 January 2013 - 17 February 2013
Place
Counihan Gallery, City of Moreland, Melbourne, Vic.
Description

Solo exhibition. Photographic series/installation. The Miracles explores through a series of photographic portraits inspired by Renaissance Holy Family tondos ideas of the contemporary family and of the role of Assisted Reproductive Technologies.

Type
Exhibition
Tags
IVF, Faith, Family, Sexuality
curator of
Sexes
Date
25 October 2012 - 1 December 2012
Place
CarriageWorks, Eveleigh, Sydney, NSW
Description

Commissioned through Performance Space Sydney.

Artists working in photomedia, video, installation, performance, sculpture, collage and theoretical discourse address the expressions of gender in an Australian context.

Curated by Bec Dean, Deborah Kelly and Jeff Khan

Type
Exhibition, festival
Tags
Feminism, Gender, Provocations
Website
http://www.performancespace.com.au/2012/exhibition-sexes/
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Feminage - the logic of feminist collage
Date
2 August 2012 - 15 September 2012
Place
The Cross Art Projects
Description

Feminage frames collage as one aspect of the diverse legacy of feminist art practice. In the 1970s, informed by feminism, gay rights and conceptual art, women artists created a logic of collage, together with a feminine subjectivity composed from alien forms, the domestic and child’s-play associations. Collage’s dynamic, chimerical logic of fragmentation and suture continues to open new angles on sexual, post-colonial and cultural identities.

Type
Exhibition
Tags
Collage, Feminist, The Cross Art Projects
Website
http://crossart.com.au/home/index.php/archive/169-feminage-the-logic-of-feminist-collage
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Occupy the Future: Sarah Goffman, Mini Graff, Deborah Kelly and Fiona MacDonald
Date
4 February 2012 - 10 March 2012
Place
The Cross Art Projects
Description

Let’s play with the conceit that the Occupy actions emanating from Occupy Wall Street are a continuum of conceptual and activist art and critical practice. This is an approach sometimes taken by art historians reviewing responses to May 1968; sit-ins for Peace; the civil rights, women’s rights and environment movements.

Tags
The Cross Art Projects
Website
http://crossart.com.au/home/index.php/archive/160-occupy-the-future-sarah-goffman-mini-graff-deborah-kelly-and-fiona-macdonald
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Contemporary Australia: Women
Date
2012
Description

‘Contemporary Australia: Women’ — the second in the Gallery’s Contemporary Australia exhibition series — celebrates the diversity, energy and innovation of contemporary women artists working in Australia today.

Website
http://www.qagoma.qld.gov.au/exhibitions/past/2012/contemporary_australia_women
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Hurry-Hurry: Radical Printmaking
Date
13 March 2010 - 24 April 2010
Place
The Cross Art Projects, 8 Llankelly Place, Kings Cross, Sydney, 2011, Australia
Description

Hurry-Hurry is a selection of recent work by artists who embrace unfashionable forms of overtly politicised art – poster making, pamphleteering, performance and other activities flippantly considered marginal to dominant modes of contemporary cultural production. All are committed to inserting local issues — mining by multinationals, corruption in democracies, human rights — into a global context.

Type
Exhibition
Tags
The Cross Art Projects
Website
http://crossart.com.au/archive/101-2010-exhibitions-projects/90-hurry-hurry-radical-printmaking
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Tender Cuts
Date
2010
Place
Gallery Barry Keldoulis, Sydney, NSW
Description

Solo

Type
Exhibition
exhibited at
The Book of Revolutions/El Muro de Libro
Date
2010
Place
Expo Guanajuato Bicentenario, Mexico
Type
Exhibition
exhibited at
National Works on Paper Award
Date
2010
Place
Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, Mornington, Vic.
Type
Exhibition
exhibited at
Love Never Dies
Date
2010
Place
Form + Content Gallery, Minneapolis , U.S.A
Description

Tina Fiveash and Deborah Kelly

Type
Exhibition
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Monumental Effect
Date
2010
Place
Death Be Kind Gallery, Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Type
Exhibition
exhibited at
Deborah Kelly
Date
2009
Place
Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, Adelaide, SA
Description

Solo

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Big Butch Billboard
Date
2009
Place
Australian Centre for Photography, Paddington, Sydney, NSW
Description

Public art project. A mobile billboard that toured metro and Western Sydney as part of the 2009 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Festival. Photography: Tina Fiveash

Type
Exhibition
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