Louise Jennison and I make artists’ books, we make all sorts of things, and most usually we make things on paper. Collaboration comes naturally to us both; it is an enjoyable process that yields treasure not possible without the other. Working side-by-side, as we do from our home-based studio in Melbourne, Australia, it is a pattern we are familiar with, a path we are delighted to tread, seeing what new scenario evolves. Collaboration throws up the unexpected, and what is not to like about that?
When not with scissors in hand, I can be found writing about ballet and contemporary dance for Fjord Review
, and (upon occasion) painting and collage for RMIT
With paper sufficient to cover the moon and sincerely yours, Gracia Haby
(High Up in the Trees since 2006)
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