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[Q] ARI. Queensland Artist-run Initiatives Project
Accidentally Annie Street Space | Addition Gallery | Boxcopy Contemporary Art Space | Current Projects | Diagram | LEVEL | The Wandering Room
Curated by Naomi Evans & Pia Robinson

20-22 September 2013 | Sydney Contemporary Art Fair
5 October – 16 November 2013 | Griffith University Art Gallery

For [Q] ARI LEVEL will present a series of limited edition prints at Sydney Contemporary. The text takes the form of humorous slogans relating to the ongoing under-representation of female artists within the art market. This work infiltrates the social space of the art fair as the tote bags serve as a vehicle to create portable and functional artworks, intended to instigate and spark conversation relating to female arts practice and the representation of women artists within the global art economy.

Celebrate Bedazzle Protest
As part of the Q-ARI project at Griffith University Art Gallery, join Level in the denim workshop to discuss feminism, gender and society and create a collaborative banner.

Image: LEVEL We need to talk (denim workshop) 2013.

This project has received financial assistance from the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland. Supported by Griffith University Art Gallery, Queensland College of Art, Griffith University.

Qld CoA Stylised 2LsS mono

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LEVEL Totes Over It, 2013.

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[Q] ARI at Sydney Contemporary, 2013. Courtesy The Wandering Room

 

 

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