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Melissa McGrath is an artist, curator and educator based in Perth. Her creative practice explores the development and dissemination of knowledge, with a particular focus on printed matter as a vehicle for communication, value, collection and democracy. She has curated projects Stay/Keep and High Visibility; served as a Co-Director of Paper Mountain ARI; been an artist in residence at Fremantle Arts Centre; worked as the Education Programs Curator at PICA; and exhibited her work at a variety of project and artist-run spaces.
State Team Appearances
Volume 2015: Another Art Book Fair
Black White & Read Issue 1: How Can You NOT Make Work About the Internet?
Curator: Melissa McGrath, Artists: Carla Adams, James Cooper, Amy Hickman
8 pages, 13x21cm, Newsprint
Edition of 100
Publication date: November 2013
"Black White & Read is the first of a planned long-term project to produce collections of artworks in printed-form as a kind of exhibition-publication. Distribution is important for this project, which is printed inexpensively on newsprint to be easily carried, sent and stored. This first issue, How Can You NOT Make Work About the Internet? features the work of Carla Adams, James Cooper and Amy Hickman whose practices explore the transmission and storage of human information through the internet." - Melissa McGrath, August 2015
Images by Melissa McGrath.