EVAN LOXTON

AUSTRALIA COUNCIL CAREER DEVELOPMENT GRANT - SUPPORT MATERIAL

Is this what they'll remember me as?, 2018

Installation view at the Victorian College of the Arts Graduate Exhibtion, Melbourne

Propaganda III (right) archival print, acrylic, desktop mount, steel stand, durational performance by Evan Loxton

Is this what they'll remember me as?, 2018

Installation view at the Victorian College of the Arts Graduate Exhibtion, Melbourne (detail) 

Susan PLA Automotive paint, durational performance by Evan Loxton

Is this what they'll remember me as?, 2018

Installation view at the Victorian College of the Arts Graduate Exhibtion, Melbourne (detail) 

durational performance by Evan Loxton

Is this what they'll remember me as?, 2018

Installation view at the Victorian College of the Arts Graduate Exhibtion, Melbourne (detail) 

durational performance by Evan Loxton

At the centre of her ironic faith, her blasphemy, is the image of the cyborg, 2018

Installation view at Student Gallery, Victorian College of the Arts

durational performance by Evan Loxton

At the centre of her ironic faith, her blasphemy, is the image of the cyborg, 2018 (detail)

Durational Performance at Student Gallery, Victorian College of the Arts

durational performance by Evan Loxton

At the centre of her ironic faith, her blasphemy, is the image of the cyborg, 2018 (detail) 

Student Gallery, Victorian College of the Arts

Acrylic, archival print, monitor wall mount

Greyness and Infinity, Ivey Wawn, 2018

Five hour durational performance as part of Why Listen to Plants? Liquid Architecture

with Amaara Raheema, Arini Byng, Evan Loxton, Jimmy Nuttall, Lucien Alperstein, Megan Payne and Shota Matsumura

Greyness and Infinity, Ivey Wawn, 2018

Five hour durational performance as part of Why Listen to Plants? Liquid Architecture

with Amaara Raheema, Arini Byng, Evan Loxton, Jimmy Nuttall, Lucien Alperstein, Megan Payne and Shota Matsumura

At the centre of her ironic faith, her blasphemy, is the image of the cyborg, 2018 (detail)

Durational performance at KINGS  by Evan Loxton