Jasmine Targett in Runway Experimental Australian Art
Jasmine Targett's latest series Vision Quest has been published in the latest issue of RUNWAY Australian Experimental Art.
"Earlier this month I was commissioned by Runway to write an article for the masterful Runway Australian Experimental Art Magazine that launched last week for Vienna Art Week.
The piece is on Vision Quest a body of new experimental works that will be exhibited in Australia in 2015. Earlier this year, the first work in the series 'What the eyes do not see' was awarded the Senini Sculpture Prize from McClelland Gallery."
VISION QUEST : Runway#26 excerpt -
"Recently I have been inviting the idea that the art world is based on ‘an economy of belief’ into my arts practice. A belief that what is communicated visually has the potential to alter the way other systems of knowledge are perceived and understood. This creates a currency based on a conceptual capital that influences how the individual can contribute to the world in a way that is more conscious and meaningful...."
To read the article in full - please click here.
Issue 26 of Runway focuses on KNOWLEDGE : the new global economy whose currency is based on creative intellectual capital. It is the editorial brainchild of the fearless Andrew Newman. Its a fantastic collection of writing, video and images on knowledge.
Image: Jasmine Targett - Vision Quest, 2014. Steel Mirror Lens and Binoculars.