Kate Power is an artist and writer based in Adelaide. Her practice embraces video, performance, textiles, sculpture, text and installation to investigate coexistence and enforced social constructions that can complicate the way people relate to one another.
Kate has presented work at the Art Gallery of South Australia for fineprint magazine, West Space, Ace Open, Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, BLINDSIDE, Seventh Gallery and FELTspace among others. She has undertaken residencies at The British School at Rome, NARS Foundation in Brooklyn, and SIM in Reykjavik, Iceland. Power is a recent recipient of the Anne & Gordon Samstag International Visual Art Scholarship.
Sarah Rodigari is an artist whose practice addresses the social and political potential of art. Her work is site responsive, employing, durational live action, improvisation, and dialogical methodologies to produce text-based performance and installations.
Rodigari has worked with and within various contexts and institutions. These include the Museum of Contemporary Art (Sydney), the 20th Biennale of Sydney, MUMA, Melbourne International Arts Festival, ACCA, The Poetry Project (NYC) Cemeti Arts House (Indonesia), PACT Zollverein (Germany) and SOMA (Mexico City). She holds a PhD in Creative Arts from the University of Wollongong and is member of the collective Field Theory.