Elijah produces what comes to him, in the form of music, paintings, useful and un-useful objects, bookshelves, editorial comics, sculptural installations, applique tee-shirts, and pieces of mail. He moves easily from one genre to the next and each one seems to suit him.
He once said:
"Everything, when stripped of the hustle of progress, the impenetrable vomit of commerce, and the raggedy poncho of religion and politics, is excruciatingly beautiful."
Natalie Woodlock / / New Orleans, LA
Natalie's art practice encompasses stop motion animation, photography, archiving and collecting, and installation and performance. Her work explores themes of memory, personal connection to place, the intersections between old and new medias and mediums, and the relationship between live performance and its archival document, the photograph.
Named one of Australia’s "50 Most Uncollectible Artists", Natalie’s work has been exhibited and screened internationally.