Selected Works
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Women's March 2018

81 × 113 cm

Jemima Wyman
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One Hour Laugh 2009

1 channel HD video Concept
Direction and Performance: Diana Baker Smith, Frances Barrett, Kate Blackmore and Kelly Doley
Video Editing: Kate Blackmore
Sound: Frederick Rodrigues
60 mins, edition of 5

Barbara Cleveland
Untitled (Pink and Yellow) 2016

lenticular print
61 × 95cm

Polly Borland
House 022016 2016

Acrylic on canvas
105 × 180 cm

Joanna Lamb
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Lick 2015

Single-channel High Definition video 16:9, colour, sound
6 minutes, 33 seconds
Edition of 8 plus 2 artist's

Angela Tiatia
Lizard Tail (Breaking Cycle) #1 2015

Pigment print on paper
81 × 170 cm (small)
Edition of 6 plus 2 artist's

Hiromi Tango
Zahra and the Mary Machine. Urumia, W.IRI. 2015

Platinum digital print (archival)
55 cm × 80cm

eX de Medici
Don't 2017

Giclee print on archival paper (320 gsm)
117 × 87 cm

Dawn Ng
Transformation by Fire 2017

fire on cold pressed paper
154.5 × 102 cm

Lindy Lee
Homer and the Ancient Poets (8) 2018

glazed ceramic earthenware
46 × 35 × 14 cm

Sanné Mestrom
Untitled 2017

Untitled, 2017
acrylic and oil on canvas
140 × 95 cm

Judy Millar
Exhibition Text
The Waves
by A Group exhibition curated by Kate Britton

The Waves borrows its title from Virginia Woolf’s novel of the same name, in which many voices unite in a single narrative. This exhibition likewise unites many voices to tell a single yet multivalent story. This story is about what happens in a white cube occupied by women and non-binary voices, and why we should be listening.

The Waves brings a diverse group of artists into a conversation about feminism, bodies, access to and occupation of space, collective action and gestures of intersectionality. In making their work, each of these artists chip away at the walls and barriers that are thrown up by patriarchal systems, biological determinism, trans- exclusionary feminism, colonialism – the list goes on.

The feminist project has been characterised by waves, a lapping at the shores of heteronormative sanctity. The works presented from these artists engage with different aspects of this project: political, social and labour-based action; reclamation and celebration of diverse bodies and identities; intersectionality; and an emergent collective anger - #metoo.

In bringing together work from the Sullivan+Strumpf stockroom with invited artists, The Waves establishes new lines of sight between the work of diverse women and non-binary people.

Exhibiting artists: Karen Black, Katy B. Plummer, Ohni Blu, Polly Borland, Barbara Cleveland, Christine Dean, eX de Medici, Leila El Rayes, Joanna Lamb, Lindy Lee, Judy Millar, Sanné Mestrom, Dawn Ng, Thea Perkins, Angela Tiatia, Hiromi Tango, Jemima Wyman, Justine Youssef

Sullivan+Strumpf acknowledge the Indigenous People of this land, the traditional custodians on whose Country we work, live and learn. We pay respect to Elders, past and present, and recognise their continued connection to culture, land, waters and community.

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