Adverse Collaborations

John Beagles (Photographer)

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

Abstract

Adverse Collaborations is an exploration of how intimate relationships are built, challenged and sustained. Developed by Brisbane artist-run initiative inbetweenspaces, this project reflects on the creative, political and professional ramifications of compromise, control and trust in relationships.

For five years inbetweenspaces has supported the creation of new and collaborative artworks by local, national and international artists. inbetweenspaces initiates unique opportunities for emerging artists to develop and exhibit works in environments that are outside of traditional gallery spaces. Adverse Collaborations is inbetweenspaces' last exhibition as an artist-run initiative, and includes artworks by other initiatives, collectives and partnerships from around the world.

inbetweenspaces is visual artists Danielle Clej (QUT Bachelor of Fine Arts (Visual Arts) First Class Hons, current APA funded QUT PhD candidate in practice-led visual art research) and Ruth McConchie (QUT Bachelor of Fine Arts (Visual Arts) (Hons), current student Masters of Art at QUT).
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputDVD
Size10min
Publication statusPublished - 12 Oct 2012

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