Frances Barrett is an independent curator and artist who lives and works on Gadigal land (Sydney). Her interests in performance, live art forms, and collaborative processes inform both her curatorial and artistic practice. In 2018 Frances will be presenting new projects at Campbelltown Arts Centre, Ace Open and Hessel Museum of Art. Frances is currently a PhD candidate at Monash University.
Kate Blackmore is a screen-based artist living and working on Gadigal land (Sydney). Her films have been presented across cinematic, broadcast and contemporary art contexts and aim to extend the theoretical limits of what is traditionally mean by the term ‘documentary’. Blackmore has directed and produced multiple documentary series for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's online arts channel and she is currently a board member of Performance Space (Sydney).
Kelly Doley is an artist, curator and arts worker based on Gadigal land (Sydney). Kelly is centrally interested in performance, video and painting that explores feminist and queer ways of being, looking and working. Alongside working in arts funding at Create NSW and painting, she is working on Feminist South, a three year curatorial research project looking at feminisms in contemporary art in Asia and Australia with I:Project Space Beijing.
Diana Baker Smith is an artist and writer who lives and works on Gadigal land (Sydney). Her projects are research driven and typically develop through methods and practices of performance and collaboration. Her current research focuses on revisiting marginalised narratives in art history through performative practices. Diana has a PhD in art history and works as a lecturer at UNSW Art & Design.