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Benjamin Baker, Leila Doneo, Luke King, Fayen d'Evie

The following two videos document West Space community members Benjamin Baker and Leila Doneo, Luke King and Fayen d’Evie continuing to practice a collaborative performance from home in lockdown.

While the exhibition is open, these two phrases will be signed by West Space staff members to those who visit the exhibition.

Benjamin Baker, Leila Doneo, Luke King, Fayen d’Evie
Work in Progress, Work in Lockdown: Interdependence (2021)

In preparation for resuming the collaborative performance:

Carmen Papalia, Fayen d’Evie and Luke King
Interdependence is Central to the Radical Restructuring of Power (2021)
Spoken and signed text.

A contribution to the exhibition:

We get in touch with things at the point they break down //
Even in the absence of spectators and audiences, dust circulates…

Benjamin Baker, Leila Doneo, Luke King, Fayen d’Evie
Work in Progress, Work in Lockdown: Shared Action (2021)

In preparation for resuming the collaborative performance:

Fayen d’Evie and Luke King
Shared Action (2021)
Spoken and signed text.

A contribution to the exhibition:

We get in touch with things at the point they break down //
Even in the absence of spectators and audiences, dust circulates…

Benjamin Baker is an artist and arts worker, practising within the measures of their capacity. They are interested in creating a sustainable practice with expansive output. With interests swaying around through themes of care, queerness, ecologies, and autonomous and self determined value systems. Perpetually trying to combine all interests into one image plane.