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Australia Council For The Arts Residency Partnership

KHOJ collaborated with the Australia Council for the Arts to host artist David Brazier for a month-long residency at KHOJ studios. David Brazier researches contemporary forms of labour to inform a critical model of social engagement, exploring how participation in art can thematise the ethics and aesthetics of a deregulated global workforce.


About this programme

A new residency partnership was launched between the Australia Council for the Arts and KHOJ International Artists’ Association. For the partnership, one Australian artist would be selected for a one-month long residency at KHOJ. The pilot residency ran from 1 August – 31 August 2017, and the artist-in-residence was David Brazier.

David Brazier’s practice uses a variety of social forms to narrate specific moments of social and economic power in the context of globalisation. He is currently researching contemporary forms of labour to inform a critical model of social engagement, exploring how participation in art can thematise the ethics and aesthetics of a deregulated global workforce. He employs an assortment of media including video, sound and installation as well as live performances and events, frequently collaborating with his wife Kelda Free.

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