Gary Carsley is a confabulator who lives on the hill at Woolloomooloo. He has been described variously as a tourist in the realm of seriousness and an avid gardener. With
respect to the latter he invariably points out that avid is diva spelt backwards. Gary was recently included in The National – New Australian Art, apparently by accident and currently somewhere over the rainbow, he is working under the assumed name If Looks Could Kill. He has a boyfriend whom he is unable by law to marry and among other things he believes that complexity is the new porn and that memory is one of the few authentic sites of resistance available to artists.