terra nullius project proposition n.2
ET AL.. (2016, August 27). ET AL. 'terra nullius project proposition n. 2' , Yuill_Crowley, 1/318 Liverpool St, Darlinghurst NSW 2010, Australia. [Mixed media]. Yuill_Crowley, 1/318 Liverpool St, Darlinghurst NSW 2010, Australia. Retrieved from http://etal.name/for-the-common-good-dos-arco-2016 40 steel trays, archival documents including 5 army wool blankets, cast resin mould’ s, 3 Australian classroom maps /teaching aids. Site specific installation (18 x 14) metres. A summative reconfiguration of previous work 'trans_cryptions' (10 February — 19 March 2011) where steel trays used as an aural/sound device are introduced as an archival object. To create an archive as and installation that can produce new associations through a set of seeming disparate materials that provides opportunities to read across bodies of knowledge at a source level. The concept of source can include texts, objects, facts from which knowledge of the present/past can be gained with respect to value and expressive power. NRO #3 ET, A. L. (2016, December 17). 'for the coming good', All Lines Converge : an exhibition of work by Aotearoa New Zealand artists (No. Of Pieces: 60) [Exhibition]. Govett Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth. Publication Type Exhibition PBRF Type Creative Work NRO Description 50 steel frames, blankets, and archive resources including scale models. 20 fabricated folding camping stools, cast objects, cardboard models, pottery and A0 inscribed documents. Site specific installation - 84 sq. metre space. Referencing previous Yuill_Crowley installation, particularly land rights (NR02), and issues around dystopia and utopia. Included Native Dwelling Type 1 B floorplan marked on the customised wooden ply flooring: to draw and to re-imagine the architectural condition of patronising indigenous housing typologies, such as those ' implemented by the Department of Native Welfare, State Housing Commission of Western Australia, (1953 )which has the aproximate dimension of a standardised Auckland carpark (0RO & ORO). Artists: Darcell Apelu, Edith Amituanai, Wendy Bomholdt, Ruth Buchanan, Estate of L. Budd, Sarah Buist, Fiona Clark, Fiona Connor, Luise Fong, & Marti Friedlander. Curator Sophie Brenham. To further explore the extent to which a document can capture (or not) the essence of an art work. To further investigate the possibility that an art installation can subvert (or not) the document: To further produce an experimental archival document. To further adopt the forms and conventions of documents as unstable objects that do not completely relinquish their status as documents even when part of an art project. To further realise a series of art projects as installations that culminate in site-specific installations able to deploy various documentary conventions, in an attempt to establish a series of readings/mis-readings of aspects of the documentary aesthetic.