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Brave New Works, Performance

ZIP Performing Group Mark Ross, Tim Gruchy, David Clarke and Anthony Patterson Exploring multimedia and performance in the analogue world 1984-86 Developed in Brisbane performed throughout Australia

Barbara Cleveland, Artist

Barbara Cleveland is an artist led collective directed by Frances Barrett, Kate Blackmore, Kelly Doley and Diana Baker Smith. Working together for ten years under the title of Brown Council, the collective transitioned to Barbara Cleveland in 2016, taking their name from the mythic feminist performance artist (Barbara Cleveland) –...

Accidents For Four, Jill Scott, Performance

Accidents For Four (1976) Studio, San Francisco; Spectator performances to instructions; recorded to video. [December, 1976] Photos: Bryan Hillstrom Sponsored by the Neighbourhood Arts Foundation, San Francisco.

Accidents For One, Jill Scott, Performance

Accidents For One (1976) Performance with live video."Open Studios", South of Market Series, Neighbourhood Arts Foundation, San Francisco, USA. Camera: Mark GillilandFlute: Carla Harryman Almorative Dance (1976), 1/2” B&W, 20 mins.Video: instructions for the performance: Accidents For One. Produced at the Bay Area Video Coalition.

Boxed, Jill Scott, Performance

Boxed (1975), Performance; 80 Langton St, San Francisco. Shipping crate driven across San Francisco to 80 Langton St gallery. Scott is packed into a shipping crate which is then delivered to the gallery. On arrival she emerges from the crate with photographs she attempted to take while in transit.1

Constriction, Jill Scott, Performance

The Constriction series is a work in four manifestations Constriction Part 1 (1982), 3/4” U-matic, colour, 14 mins.

Desire The Code (1981), Jill Scott, Performance

Desire The Code (1981), 3/4” U-matic, colour. Performance installation with pre-recorded video display; atSite, Cite, Sight, Inc, San Francisco. Documentation: Mark Samuelson,Sound: Allan Scarritt and Jill Scott,Sponsors: The Bay Area Video Coalition and Site, Cite, Sight Inc. San Francisco. Also at: International Cultureel Centrum (Artist in Residence), Antwerp, Belgium.

Extremities (1978), Jill Scott, Performance

Extremities (1978). Langton Street Studio, May 1978 Performance with spectator interaction and video surveillance.

Inside-Out (1976), Jill Scott, installation with video

Inside-Out (1976), performance, Haight-Ashbury (San Francisco) basement. With street access for spectators, surveillance video, light box, mice housed in aquarium.

Moved (1978), Jill Scott, Performance

Moved (1978), b&w, 3/4” U-matic, stereo, 30 mins. 1 Performance at The Women’s Building, Los Angeles, USA. February, 1978.

Moved Up Moved Down (1978), Jill Scott, Performance

Moved Up Moved Down (1977-78). Artist and spectator performance task with video surveillance.Bay Area Artworks at The Women’s Building, Los Angeles, USA. March, 1978

Order The Underfire (1980), Jill Scott, Performance

Order The Underfire (1980) (1979?), 3/4” U-matic, colour. Performance installation with video at University of California at Davis, California, with sound from a Revolving Desert Simulator, shadow play and video stills. Photos: Mike Henderson, Funded by the Visiting Artists Program of the University of California at Davis, USA.

Sand the Stimulant (1982), Jill Scott

Sand the Stimulant (1982) 1 Performance installation with closed circuit video, and sound produced with Revolving Desert Simulators (1978)

Taped (1975), Jill Scott, Performance

Taped (1975), 1/2” B&W, Performance: Wall of a warehouse building on 9th St, San Francisco. Scott stands on a pair of tall ladders and is taped (using 2” masking tape) to the side of wall of a warehouse. She remains there until sunset.1

The Homecoming (1979), Jill Scott, Performance

The Homecoming (1978) Performance with family members. Art Department, University of Qld, Brisbane, Qld. (1 January 1979) Photos: Robert Mercer,Performers: Lance Scott, Margaret Scott, Mary-Lou Little and Scott Ramsay.

Tied (1975), Jill Scott, Performance

Tied (1975) Performance. Scott is tied to a telephone pole at 9th St, San Francisco, with a large amount of thick string. Pedestrians gathered, asking if she wished to be released but she did not answer. At sundown an “unknown woman” appeared and cut her loose.