social solidarity – non-existent in the everyday world (2012)

ET AL. (2012). social solidarity #4: non-existent in the everyday world? [solo installation ]


Kaliman Rawlins, Melbourne, March 10-31.1,3,7]. Included 16 mm film, digital prints, moieties and semi-moieties typology plans by auths. sks ot et al. March 2012, inkjet on vinyl, paper.
Reference to indigenous issues and legal term terra nullius in relation to British colonisation policies and subsequent land laws framed in the belief that the colony was being acquired by occupation (or settlement) of a terra nullius (land without owners).

Links:

Rendition and global political inter- (hyper-) activity utilising synthesised speech & political sound ‘bites’– e.g. et al. the second of the ordinary practices, IMA, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane & et al. maintenance of social solidarity Contemporary Art Services Tasmania (CAST), Hobart

• National self-determination, land dispute, ethnic cleansing utilising technologies such as political sound-bites, Google Earth synthesised visuals and sound– e.g. et al. maintenance of social solidarity – instance 5 SCAPE 2006 Biennial of Art in Public Space & et al. social solidarity 4 page tabloid.

• Belief systems such as new age business models and personal enlightenment and ‘Intelligent Design’ utilising technologies such as political sound-bites,–e.g. et al. fundamental rekenen – Nieuw York, Saatch & Saatchi, New York.

• Political and religious fundamentalism utilising technologies such as synthesised speech, synchronised text projection & large-scale billboard advertising– e.g. et al. the fundamental practice. 51st Venice Biennale of International Art 2005 &

Rendition and global political inter- (hyper-) activity utilising synthesised speech & political sound ‘bites’– e.g. et al. the second of the ordinary practices, IMA, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane & et al. maintenance of social solidarity Contemporary Art Services Tasmania (CAST), Hobart

• National self-determination, land dispute, ethnic cleansing utilising technologies such as political sound-bites, Google Earth synthesised visuals and sound– e.g. et al. maintenance of social solidarity – instance 5 SCAPE 2006 Biennial of Art in Public Space & et al. social solidarity 4 page tabloid.

• Belief systems such as new age business models and personal enlightenment and ‘Intelligent Design’ utilising technologies such as political sound-bites,–e.g. et al. fundamental rekenen – Nieuw York, Saatch & Saatchi, New York.

• Political and religious fundamentalism utilising technologies such as synthesised speech, synchronised text projection & large-scale billboard advertising– e.g. et al. the fundamental practice. 51st Venice Biennale of International Art 2005 &