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looking at me through you | Artist Interview with Shevaun Wright

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Shevaun Wright explores the boundaries between the social and individual body in her work Songline. Drawing upon the collapse of the public and private in Felix Gonzalez Torres’ Dateline works, it employs Aboriginal notions of time as a methodology for interpreting the SEIFA Index of Relative Social and Economic Data, equating disadvantage with the quantification of bodily injury under the law.

Wright is a practicing lawyer and artist who is primarily engaged in an interdisciplinary practice that utilises the contractual medium and the notion of the ‘social contract’, as well as re-contextualised dialogues as a tool for engaging in institutional legal and artistic critique.


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