Performing the Archive: On a Paper Stage Twisting Inbetween; Photocopied AXIS Art Projects Interview transcript with Marcia Tucker, Director New Museum, 1988, Digital Photo Media, Ephemera, Video Art, Performance Participation PHOTO: Paul Andrew
Performing the Archive
AXIS Art Projects Wunderkammer, Does New York Exist? BNE-NYC 1988-2016 #1, 12 Helen Street, Teneriffe, BARI Festival 2016 Artist Paul Andrew
And featuring the work of artist Gus Eagleton and the work titled: Reflections, 2016, 12 Helen Street Warehouse, Teneriffe, Brisbane
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BARI Festival 2016
DOES NEW YORK EXIST?
Living Archives Wunderkammer #1,
1988-2016, AXIS Art Projects
20st – 22nd
6:00pm (opening night) 21st October
Gallery open Friday – Saturday
11:00am to 2:00pm
14 Helen St, Teneriffe, Brisbane.
Together Brisbane artist-run agents Jay Younger, Lehan Ramsay and Paul
Andrew formed the documentary-style collaboration AXIS Art Projects in the
winter of 1987. It was an evening of combined merriment and vehement
spleen venting discontent about being “emerging” artists living and working
in Joh Bjelke’s Brisbane, induced, for the greater measure, by a shared
round of rebel rousing “Altered Manhattans” on the fairy lit verandahs of a
ramshackle Queenslander somewhere in dark Milton.
AXIS (Art X-tremists International Syndicate), was directly motivated by the
guerrilla impulse evident in the art scene throughout the 1980s, our project
was intervention collaboration designed as antidote to many of the
mainstream and outdated assertions and “grand narratives” prevailing at
Does New York Exist? was imagined more as a provocation than simply an
artist collective project title.