Overview, Images
Gianna Mazzeo, 'Eat If You're Hungry', 2018.

Eat If You're Hungry

Gianna Mazzeo

5 Dec 2018–17 Jan 2019

Eat If You’re Hungry (2018) is an experimental work designed to confront and provoke. Exclusively featuring contributors to the zine, the film uncomfortably confronts the female relationship with eating surrounding what they eat; how much they eat; and how they eat it.

The artist aims to expose viewers to distasteful images of women at the dining table in an effort to call into question why they are indeed distasteful. In this context, the work encourages the abandonment of societal expectations and conventions.

This video features designs by local furniture design duo, Steelotto, and prints of Eat If You’re Hungry Zine - Entanglement (3rd Edn).

Online, Exhibition
Overview

PLAY (2014-2019) was a continuously programmed online gallery that presented single channel video art by national and international artists to audiences throughout Australia and the world.


This program takes place on the land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. We recognise that sovereignty was never ceded - this land is stolen land. We pay respects to Wurundjeri Elders, past, present and emerging, to the Elders from other communities and to any other Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islanders who might encounter or participate in the program.

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Sandrine Daumier, 13 of 21 parts from the series Pink Party, 2017, digital video, 11:27min. Courtesy the artist.
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Working on unceded sovereign land of the Wurundjeri and Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation, Blindside pays respect to Elders, past, present and emerging.