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Future Feminist Archive Report
Date
16 April 2016 - 7 May 2016
Place
The Cross Art Projects, 8 Llankelly Place, Kings Cross, Sydney, 2011, Australia
Type
Exhibition
Tags
Feminist
Website
http://www.futurefeministarchive.com.au/the-archive/2015-symposia/ffa-report
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Elastics / Borracha / Elástico
Date
27 September 2014 - 18 October 2014
Place
The Cross Art Projects, 8 Llankelly Place, Kings Cross, Sydney, 2011, Australia
Description

Elastics / Borracha / Elástico witnesses Timor Leste’s reconstruction through the eyes of four artists who travelled to eleven of the thirteen districts in a mobile residency in late 2012. The artists recorded everyday life and the inspirational work of women weavers and traditional builders whose resilient cultural upkeep subversively aided the forty-year liberation struggle.

Type
Exhibition
Website
http://crossart.com.au/home/index.php/archive/261-elastics-borracha-elastico-dili-darwin-sydney-dili-lisboa
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Timor-Leste Mobile Residency
Date
December 2013
Place
The Cross Art Projects
Description

Narelle Jubelin, Fiona Macdonald, Maria Madeira and Victor De Sousa involved in a cross cultural project to exhibit in Australia and East Timor. Initiated with a field research trip September 2012.

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Ghost Citizens:witnessing the intervention
Date
17 May 2013 - 16 June 2012
Place
Counihan Gallery, City of Moreland, Melbourne, Vic.
Description

Ghost Citizens follow us and infiltrate our daily lives. In a continent full of the ghosts and shadows of colonialism, the historical, social, and physical landscape is pitted. Each story is a ghost story loaded with shadows – a kind of ‘scar’ story. Djon Mundine OA

Type
Exhibition
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Feminage - the logic of feminist collage
Date
2 August 2012 - 15 September 2012
Place
The Cross Art Projects
Description

Feminage frames collage as one aspect of the diverse legacy of feminist art practice. In the 1970s, informed by feminism, gay rights and conceptual art, women artists created a logic of collage, together with a feminine subjectivity composed from alien forms, the domestic and child’s-play associations. Collage’s dynamic, chimerical logic of fragmentation and suture continues to open new angles on sexual, post-colonial and cultural identities.

Type
Exhibition
Tags
Collage, Feminist
Website
http://crossart.com.au/home/index.php/archive/169-feminage-the-logic-of-feminist-collage
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Occupy the Future: Sarah Goffman, Mini Graff, Deborah Kelly and Fiona MacDonald
Date
4 February 2012 - 10 March 2012
Place
The Cross Art Projects
Description

Let’s play with the conceit that the Occupy actions emanating from Occupy Wall Street are a continuum of conceptual and activist art and critical practice. This is an approach sometimes taken by art historians reviewing responses to May 1968; sit-ins for Peace; the civil rights, women’s rights and environment movements.

Website
http://crossart.com.au/home/index.php/archive/160-occupy-the-future-sarah-goffman-mini-graff-deborah-kelly-and-fiona-macdonald
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Green Bans Art Walk Exhibition
Date
6 August 2011 - 27 August 2011
Place
The Cross Art Projects, 8 Llankelly Place, Kings Cross, Sydney, 2011, Australia
Description

Green Bans Art Walk and Exhibition
A collaborative project by The Cross Art Projects and BigFagPress
Green Bans Art Walks presented by Performance Space

Walk speakers: Wendy Bacon, Meredith Burgmann, Christopher Dean, Michael Davies, Jim Donovan, Michael Dysart, Joe Owens, Stacey Miers, Merilyn Fairskye, Ian Milliss and more.

Type
Exhibition
Website
http://crossart.com.au/home/index.php/archive/130-green-bans-art-walk
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Twinning:Weaving and Abstraction
Date
11 February 2011 - 19 March 2011
Place
The Cross Art Projects, 8 Llankelly Place, Kings Cross, Sydney, 2011, Australia
Description

Twining: Weaving and abstraction brings together weaving and abstraction, material and form. Four artists experiment with the nexus between the opposing registers of high and traditional art to explore ideas of cultural circulation and, in this exhibition, the critical process of colonial cultural intersections.

Type
Exhibition
Website
http://crossart.com.au/home/index.php/archive/114-twining-weaving-and-abstraction
Note
Co-Curator
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Fiona MacDonald: Local Studies 3: Democratic Domain, Green Bans Art Walk
Date
2011
Place
The Cross Art Projects
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Fiona MacDonald: Local Studies
Date
2010
Place
Gallerysmith, Melbourne, Australia
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Fiona MacDonald: Local Studies 2: Legend and Legacy
Date
2010
Place
Wollongong City Gallery, Wollongong, NSW
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Fiona MacDonald: Local Studies: watercolours
Date
2010
Place
The Cross Art Projects
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Fiona MacDonald: Local Studies 1: a view from Central Queensland Archives
Date
2009
Place
Artspace Mackay, Mackay, QLD
Description

Curator Jo Holder

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Fiona MacDonald: Hello Joe
Date
2008
Place
Rockhampton Art Gallery, Rockhampton, Qld
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Riotous Suburbs: Privatising Public Housing
Date
9 June 2007 - 7 July 2007
Place
The Cross Art Projects, 8 Llankelly Place, Kings Cross, Sydney, 2011, Australia
Description

Riotous Suburbs presents threads of arguments about the economics and politics of space, housing, distribution and access as governments turn to private market solutions to housing needs. The artists essay the protest and civil unrest that has shadowed a decade of privatisation and great comfort for some.

Type
Exhibition
Website
http://crossart.com.au/home/index.php/archive/209-riotous-suburbs-curator-jo-holder-9-june-to-7-july-2007
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Fiona MacDonald: Mass Movement
Date
2007
Place
Mori Gallery, Sydney, New South Wales
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Utopia Limited; Inhabiting Sydney
Date
1 July 2006 - 29 July 2006
Place
The Cross Art Projects, 8 Llankelly Place, Kings Cross, Sydney, 2011, Australia
Description

Utopia Limited adapts the Biennale of Sydney’s ‘Zones of Contact’ theme to question its host city, a place where lifestyle is pathological and the charm of the surface rests on uneasy exclusions. These artists engage with the notion of urban landscape as historic archive. A politics of landscape based on entry or exclusion is brought home.

Type
Exhibition
Website
http://crossart.com.au/home/index.php/archive/219-utopia-limited-inhabiting-sydney
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Tunnel Vision, Greed and Stupidity: Reviewing Concrete Politics In Sydney
Date
1 March 2006 - 25 March 2006
Place
The Cross Art Projects, 8 Llankelly Place, Kings Cross, Sydney, 2011, Australia
Description

An exhibition documenting how politicians, businessmen and public servants secretly carved up the inner-city road network in a calculated bid to force drivers into a private toll tunnel. The exhibition is about the venality of selling off public roads, wilfully restricting public transport, folly and lies and the howls of anger from gridlocked traffic. It’s a fast ride through public-private partnerships Sydney style.

Type
Exhibition
Website
http://crossart.com.au/home/index.php/archive/225-tunnel-vision-greed-a-stupidity-reviewing-concrete-politics-in-sydney-march-1-to-25-2006
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Fiona MacDonald: The Island
Date
2006
Place
Caloundra Art Gallery, Qld.
Type
Exhibition
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Fiona MacDonald: PatchWork
Date
2005
Place
Mori Gallery, Sydney, New South Wales
Type
Exhibition
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Conceptual Crochet
Date
12 November 2004 - 4 December 2004
Place
The Cross Art Projects, 8 Llankelly Place, Kings Cross, Sydney, 2011, Australia
Description

Conceptual Crochet answers the curious question: Why are so many contemporary artists interested in craft techniques? The artists in the exhibition are trained in the Conceptual Art tradition. Their work, however, harnesses critical forces as well as the heightened levels of aesthetic and formal innovation often found in crafts such as knitting, quilting and crochet.

Type
Exhibition
Website
http://crossart.com.au/home/index.php/archive/236-conceptual-crotchet-12-november-to-4-december-2004
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Fiona MacDonald: American Raptors
Date
2002
Place
Mori Gallery, Sydney, New South Wales
Type
Exhibition
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Fiona MacDonald: second nature (Project Room)
Date
2001
Place
Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne, VIC
Description

A solo exhibition of video, installation and photographic work that looks at the 'unparticular’ in contemporary existence.

Source: Solo Survey Exhibition Linkage Project, Tasmanian School of Art, UTAS
http://www.monash.edu.au/muma/exhibitions/archive/1998.html

Exhibition Catalogue:
Fiona MacDonald: Second nature, Project room, Melbourne: Monash University Museum of Art, 2001
12 p: col. ill.; Edition of 500; ISBN: 0732621852

Type
Exhibition
Tags
Solo A, Major Solo, Photography, Installation, Performance
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Fiona MacDonald: Threshold
Date
2001
Place
Mori Gallery, Sydney, New South Wales
Type
Exhibition
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Fiona MacDonald: Rewind
Date
2000
Place
Mori Gallery, Sydney, NSW
Type
Exhibition
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