BROOKLYN‘S COMMUNITY   


Alex Albrecht

Music

Amy Simpson

Glass

Ben Shepherd-Barron

Illustration

Bonnita Gillard

Painting/Drawing

Brodie Kokkinos

AV Installation/Performance

Burger Chef

Music

Catherine Clover

Participatory Performance

Ceri Hann & Lynda Roberts

Participatory Performance

Claudette Justice-Allen

Music

CRAWL

Dance

Daniel Lusi

Food/Interactive Performance

David Murray & Lily Tait

Music

Dodda Rivka

Music

Ehzi

AV Installation

Eva Otsing

Sculpture

Felix Von Dallwitz

Painting

Fina Po

Perfomance

Froth Whitlam

Sound Performance

Grant Pickers

Painting

Hamish Storrie

Animation

Harrison Kewley

Painting/Video

Horse Macgyver

AV Performance

Hugo Blomey & Clara Joyce as NWEB

Assemblages

JAW

Painting

Jo Lane

Drawing

José Luis Alejandro Inostroza Aqueveque

Performance

Julie Shiels

Photography

Kate & Esther Cullity

Installation

Maggz

Dance

Mietta Stoeckli

Sculpture

Money4.lasers

AV Installation

Natasha Peiris

Participatory

Nick Sanderson & Jack Frankland

Audio Installation

Nicholas Jones

Sculpture

Nico Reddaway

AV Installation

Ruby Sinclair

Photography

Rute Chaves

Craft/Digital Design

Sam Trolland

AV Installation

Tony Tootalotti

Performance

Warwick Perrin

Sculpture








HARRISON KEWLEY


Harrison Kewley is an emerging artist practicing from Melbourne/Naarm, moving freely between video, digital, painting and performative practices.

His works jump between scenarios and aesthetics, clashing ideas of risk and uncomfortability. Kewley’s works interrogate values, tastes, and the visual languages used for contemporary expression. Like stepping into another person’s suggested video queue, he generates a disturbing cross-examination of our sense of choice or control. Kewley’s output courts ideas of the absurd, the theatrical and the taboo - unsettling scenarios that deny us a straight-forward or easily digestible narrative.

Paintings are often cropped to deny the viewer the context of a scenario, and the elements within the frame are so incongruous at times it approaches an almost comedic questioning of human behaviour - particularly that of consumption and regurgitation.