HOMEGROUND addresses the local context of artist run culture in brisbane. the gallery at boxcopy contemporary art space will become a site for process-based and dialogic exchange between six local artist run initiatives, emphasising collaborative and speculative methods of working.
PART one >>> bye FAKE estate
PART two >>> clicker piece
boxcopy was founded as a collaborative project by seven art school graduates in 2007 and initially operated from the basement of a queenslander house in new farm. this emphasis on the home and the local context are the themes of this project, and many current ARIs in brisbane reflect this approach – they are often fluid, nomadic structures, with projects occurring in domestic spaces, hotel rooms, the street and public sites. coming up to their ten year anniversary, boxcopy is one of the longest running artist run spaces in brisbane and for HOMEGROUND they aim to provide a conduit for these, and future, collaborations to take place.
HOMEGROUND is an accumulative exhibition project, with each artist run initiative in residence at boxcopy for one week in succession.
FAKE ESTATE / friday the 3rd and saturday the 4th of june
boxcopy contemporary art space / 282 petrie terrace, brisbane
for more on this project >>> www.boxcopy.org/projects/homeground