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In another life I was a tiny flower that had all sorts of bugs on me

 

(2022) Acrylic paint, pencil, broken jewellery, beads, glitter

I acknowledge the Kaurna people as the traditional custodians of this land and their spiritual connection to country, skies and waters and recognise that they have been telling stories, creating art and have built traditions on this land for over 65,000 years. I pay my respects to all Elders past, present and emerging and acknowledge that we stand on stolen land. This always was and always will be Aboriginal land.

 

Jazmine's artistic outcomes are actualised through the mediums of video, multimedia, sculpture and performative strategies. Her material handling is the accumulation of found life around her; the collectivity and context of a scene as a whole. Her work is emphasized by process led practices and a responsive methodology. Jazmine is a graduate of Adelaide Central School of Art (2021). As a performance artist she was the recipient of the Mud: Humus live performance artist residency (2022), has performed at Nexus Arts (2022), Rewind Sound and Studios (2023) and Arthur Art Bar (2023) and is a member of The Bait Fridge (2023-present). Most recently she performed alongside an ensemble for Tina Stefanou’s Dance The War of Proximity part of the Adelaide Biennale (2024). 

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