EO Gill is a Sydney-based artist working in performance and video installation. Gill has installed and presented work extensively as a solo artist and with art collective Hissy Fit of which they are a core and founding member. Gill has most recently presented work at SafARI (2016) and presented commissioned works for Campbelltown Arts Centre, C3 West (MCA & PYT) and Performance Space. Gill has completed residencies with the National Film & Sound Archive and NES, Iceland. Gill graduated with a BFA (Honours Class 1) from UNSW and won the Philip Parsons Prize for their thesis on performance and gender. Gill is currently undertaking an MFA at UNSW Art & Design, Sydney supported by an APA Scholarship looking at the intersection of queer identity and body transformation. Gill is on the board of directors at Firstdraft.
Kelly Doley is an artist and curator with over nine years’ experience in the cross-disciplinary fields of visual arts, feminism and performance. She is director and co-founder of artist collective Barbara Cleveland (formerly Brown Council) since 2007 and holds a Masters of Visual Art from Sydney University (2011) in collaborative art practice and a BFA (Hons. Class 1) from UNSW Art and Design (2006). She is an active member of the Sydney artistic community, having initiated artist led projects, exhibitions and festivals including JANIS, Cosmic Battle For Your Heart and was on the board of directors for Firstdraft Gallery (2008-2009). Exhibitions include Things Learnt About Feminism, Laurence Wilson Gallery Perth, Performance Presence/Video Time at AEAF, Adelaide, Catching Light, Campbelltown Arts Centre, No Reasonable Offer Refused, Westspace, Melbourne and The Learning Centre, Fremantle Arts Centre W.A. Kelly is currently researching Asia Pacific feminist practice and her exhibition Moving Histories/Future Projections in partnership with MGNSW and dLux Media Arts is touring nationally across 2017-19 (with Diana Smith). She has published articles on Pat Larter ‘Porno Parody: In Search of Pat Larter’, Issue 29 of runway magazine and presented performance lectures on Lucy Lippard’s visit to Australia in 1975 as part of 20th Biennale of Sydney 2016, at Artspace Sydney, Boxcopy Brisbane and PSI Conference Melbourne.