Brook Andrew is an interdisciplinary artist who examines dominant narratives, often relating to international comparative views on colonialism and modernist histories.
Trent Walter is an artist, printer and publisher based in Melbourne.
Lana Lopesi is a critic, writer and practitioner based in Tāmaki Makaurau, Aotearoa.
Fresh and Fruity
Alana Kushnir is a freelance curator and lawyer currently based in Melbourne, Australia. Guest Work Agency® is an art advisory and law firm for artists, galleries and collectors.
Fresh and Fruity is a collective based in Aotearoa.
Elizabeth McInnes is an Australian curator, writer and artist currently based between Oslo, Norway and Melbourne, Australia. She is the director of Conch a nomadic gallery and platform for experimental publishing and curatorial practice.
Magnus Myrtveit is an Oslo based artist working primarily with painting and digital media.
Jotting brainwaves of paranoia and calling them art, Rae Dancziger is a curator cum corporate on Collins st.
Nithya Iyer is a Melbourne-based researcher, writer and performer of South Indian Tamil-descent.
David Ashley Kerr
Rowan McNaught is an artist and writer in Melbourne; current PhD candidate at VCA; former editor of West Space Journal.
Grace Connors and Jack Caddy
David Ashley Kerr is an artist-curator living and working between Helsinki, Finland and Weimar, Germany.
Grace Connors and Jack Caddy are a collaborative duo based in Perth, Western Australia who work predominantly in text and film.
Amy May Stuart
Corinna Berndt is a Melbourne-based artist and current PhD candidate at the Victorian College of the Arts.
Amy May Stuart is a Japanese-Australian artist based in Naarm (Melbourne).
Alice Heyward is a dancer and choreographer.
Megan Payne is a dancer, choreographer and writer based in Naarm (Melbourne).
Kirsten Mairead Gill
Clara Murphy is an artist living in Melbourne, Australia.
Kirsten Mairead Gill is an art historian, writer, educator, and curator based in New York.
Julia Murphy is a curator and writer based in Naarm (Melbourne).
Rachel Pakula is a Naarm/Melbourne-based Australian writer whose practice focuses on walking, the body and site-specificity in art and literature.
Island Island is an online platform that presents a watersmeet of arts and writing within a discursive digital landscape. In response to an ever expanding ocean of digital content, Island Island aims to foster critical engagement with contemporary visual culture across borders.
Island Island is produced by Bus Projects and Public Office and edited by David Attwood. We gratefully acknowledge the support of Creative Victoria, The Cultural Fund - Copyright Agency, and the Australia Council for the Arts.