Artist: Paul Andrew
Title: Did You Make Fun of Trains? (from the Kindred Vignettes Series)
Duration: 6min 48sec
Date: 2008 - 2017, DVAA Artist-Run Members Exhibition April 2017 ( Installation View) - Photo: John Waller

Did You Make Fun of Trains? – DVAA Members Exhibition

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Annual Members Showcase Exhibition: I am a proud member of DVAA, one of Australia’s longest running artist-runs.   You can view my video collaboration at DVAA Artist-Run Space     Artist: Paul Andrew Title: Did You Make Fun of Trains? (from the Kindred Vignettes Series) Duration: 6min 48sec Date: 2008 – 2017     Audio […]

Pride, 1988, Christopher Street, NYC Axis Art Projects PHOTO: Paul Andrew

BARI Festival 2016 – AXIS Art Projects: Does New York Exist? BNE-NYC 1988-2016, Wunderkammer #1 (Guerilla Remix)

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  In October 2015 I participated in the 2016 Brisbane Artist-Run Festival. A space became available for a site specific work at 14 Helen Street in Teneriffe, Brisbane. An old coclear implant factory that has become the spiritual home for artists and co-creatives, and throughout October was a key venue for the festival. Inspired by […]

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Ephemeral Traces – Brisbane’s Artist-Run Scene in the 1980s

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  ‘ephemeral traces’ provides the first comprehensive analysis of artist-run practice in Brisbane during the final decade of the conservative Joh Bjelke-Petersen government. The exhibition focuses on the scene that developed around five key spaces that operated in Brisbane from 1982 to 1988: One Flat, A Room, That Space, The Observatory, and John Mills National. […]