Coady has developed her practice by experimentally testing her limits as an artist, both conceptually and in terms of access to new technologies, producing an extraordinary of work dealing with relevant themes to our society. Coady makes work concerning control of our bodies, experiences of bodily detachment and the alluring promise that medicine can offer a condensed medical pill to enhance the way we feel and behave, against our instincts and 'true nature'. Coady's work questions our reliance on medication, often viewing it as a quick fix, rather than trying to solve issues around our behaviour and the stresses of our self-imposed lifestyles. Her pill sculptures exist on the precipice between control and chaos, fact and fictioon, reality and illusion, well-being and ill-health.
Deborah Kelly is a Sydney-based artist whose works have been shown around Australia and in the Biennales of Singapore, Sydney, Thessaloniki, TarraWarra and Venice. In 2017 her first international solo exhibition, Venus Envy, was held at the Kvindemuseet in Aarhus, Denmark.
Her projects across media are concerned with lineages of representation, politics and history in public exchange, and practices of collectivity on both small and large scale.
Lisa Fehily is in a unique position whereby she can draw on her experiences as a patron, gallerist, corporate advisor and art industry supporter, to assist in personal, public and corporate projects to strategise and implement a vision or program for art engagement and collection
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