Friday, February 19, 2010

Insert Coin Here: now featuring over 60 artists!

Our listing on the LMFF cultural program

When we started this blog in late January, we had 48 artists participating in Insert Coin Here. We've gathered more wonderful folk along the way, and we're proud to announce that Insert Coin Here now involves over 60 fantastic artists. Amazing!

This also means we've now got over 600 capsules that need to find good homes. Hopefully yours will be one of them.

Here's the full list of participants in alphabetical order (according to first name):

Alexander Ouchtomsky
Amy Borrell
Andrea Eckersley
Anita Cummins
Antuong Nguyen

Beck Jobson
Ben Landau
Brittany Veitch

Caleb Shea
Carmel McKie
Chloe Vallance

Dani Maugeri
Dawn Tan
Deirdre Hoban
Dell Stewart
Dylan Martorell

Elise Sheehan
Ellie Mücke
Emily O'Brien
Emma Greenwood
Emmet O'Dwyer
Estelle Dévé

Felicity Jane Large

Gavin Bell
Gemma Patford
Genevieve Callaghan
Grant Nimmo

Heather Lighton
Hugo Atkins

Jake Walker
Jarrod Zlatic
Jessica McElhinney

Kalinda Vary
Katie Jacobs
Kiah GM
Kyoko Imazu

Lauren Brown
Leah Jackson
Leah Muddle
Leo Jinks
Lily Feng
Louise Dibben
Louise Ryan
Lucie Sprague

Melody Ellis
Michael Pham
Michaela Bruton

Nathan Gray
Nicholas Jones

Pip Carroll
Prudence Lansell
Prudence Rees-Lee

Ramona Barry

Sarah McNeil
Sharon Margaret
Simon MacEwan
Simon Winkler
Simon Zoric

Tim Fleming
Timothy Kendall Edser

Wolfgang, Max & Shlomo

And there you have it! All 62 artists.

Individual artist information and images of the work will be going up on the blog on Sunday 28 February, so make sure you check back to see what amazing piece might be yours.

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Insert Coin Here

is a group exhibition curated by Nella Themelios & Kim Brockett. The exhibition is part of the 2010 L'Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival cultural program.

Insert Coin Here
comprises of two vending machines strategically placed in public spaces around the Melbourne CBD. Containing limited edition 'fashion objects' produced by over 60 Melbourne-based artists, the vending machines are activated when a member of the public inserts a $2 coin. The exhibition explores alternative interfaces of exchange for fashion, the mechanised system as a form of 'fashion dialogue'. More broadly, it thinks through discourses around public space and the role that fashion might play in it.

1 - 31 March 2010

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