between you and i presents an excerpt of the artist’s current exploration of video installation work that investigates themes of personal narrative surrounding loss and trauma and how these experiences can be poetically reimagined. the work utilises language, moving image and sound to fragment and disrupt traditional linear narratives in order to conflate the spaces of memory and lived experience. the use of multiple video channels aims to heighten the audience’s awareness of the complex process of comprehending isolated experiences of language and image as they attempt to piece fragments together.
OPEN / wednesday the 19th of october through saturday the 5th of november 2016
Metro Arts exhibition space / level 2/109 edward street, brisbane
OPENING EVENT / 6pm through 8pm wednesday the 19th of october 2016
CRITICAL BRUNCH / 11am saturday the 5th of november 2016
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annie macindoe’s practice is concerned with how the conventions of public discourse often dictate that expressions of personal trauma are considered strictly private affairs. her practice aims to critically and creatively explore how these intimate experiences and thoughts can be expressed through visual art mediums. macindoe draws on her own fragmented memories of loss and trauma, and reframes these through word, image and sound to poetically reimagine these repressed memories and emotions through artworks. her work aims to reframe the dialogue around public and private responses to trauma and open up a discussion of their potential for shared, affectual, experiences through art.
in 2015, macindoe completed a bachelor of fine arts (visual art) with first class honours at queensland university of technology, and will be undertaking a master of fine arts in 2016.
for more on this artist >>> www.anniemacindoe.com
words by >>> hannah grzesiak
this project is presented as part of BARI festival and is proudly supported by queensland government through arts queensland.
image and video credits: llewellyn millhouse