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  • Fishdog
    Bio Menu Fishdog Updates News Studio current Studio previous Video painting Collaborations Public Art Shop Contact Bio This is what I have learnt Art is a thing that transcends its materiality The artist is not exclusively responsible for a thing

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  • Updates/News — Fishdog
    of collaboration Jack will be seeking participants in re imaging Pieter Bruegel the Elder s The Tower of Babel Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen Rotterdam A synopsis is available by email through the Fishdog contact page Selected participants request a tile by number from the grid image on the Fishdog collaborations page Method A sepia line drawing is presented as a gridded map From the map one portion of the grid is offered to participants for re imaging Selected tiles may be rendered in collage wash pencil digital or Mondrian s palette all media are possible On return the tiles are re composited photographed and returned to the participant as a high resolution file for their own use or re use Each tile is re positioned to its place on the map and published on Fishdog as the portions are completed Participation in Jack Randell s collaborative artwork is free and is invited under the Share Alike terms of Creative Commons CC by SA 4 0 http creativecommons org licenses by sa 4 0 legalcode Comment Mark Nugent Coachbuilder Added on June 17 2015 by Jack Randell Short doco directed by FishdogJack for ABC Open https open abc net au explore 96364 Mark is a friend whose conversation I enjoy on a range of topics from physics to music We are usually looking for underlying cultural and intellectual trends in the subjects we discuss I share his sensibilities to material and method and the pragmatic application of ideas in the real world Muchas gracias to Mark Nugent Peter Aland editor Belinda Soole video and stills and Wez Thompson soundscape Source https vimeo com 130383639 Comment Muswellbrook Art Prize 2015 Added on February 7 2015 by Jack Randell Landscape unknown 2013 acrylic on map on foam core 34x31cm Selected for the Muswellbrook Art Prize 2015 01 March 19 April www muswellbrookartscentre com au Comment Pharm an exhibition of new Fishdog studio work Added on January 29 2015 by Jack Randell 11 28 March 2015 Fire Station Art Centre Dubbo Opening Friday March 13th featuring Q A by Andrew Glassop Manager Western Plains Cultural Centre www firestationartscentre com au Comment Yetta Dhinnakkal Added on November 7 2014 by Jack Randell Collaborative mural produced with Aboriginal trainees for NSW Department of Justice agency in Bourke Bourke COS Mural 2014 acrylic on compressed cement sheet 100x300cm Comment ELECTROLAPSE at Vivid Sydney Added on May 22 2014 by Jack Randell Saturday 31 May and Sunday 1 June 5 10pm Pier 2 3 Walsh Bay I will be joining a bunch of beamer projection artists to screen Oh the River People and other video online works at this gig https www facebook com events 1422294224704932 Comment Carved Up Added on April 24 2014 by Jack Randell Carved Up by Design is a series of workshops aimed at exploring identity and tradition through design The results were exhibited at the Fire Station Arts Centre Gallery Dubbo from 1 16 May 2014 A paper on the project is available

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  • Studio current — Fishdog
    been the armature for another work entirely Piccadilly acrylic on map on foamcore 33x38cm 2013 550 Bras Basah acrylic on map on foamcore 39 5x29cm 2012 550 Landscape unknown grid acrylic on map on board 50x52cm 2012 1100 Sibyl 1 acrylic digital engraving on Alupanel 60x48cm 2015 1100 Muse IV watercolour acrylic and digital print on Moab paper 310gsm 32 5x36cm 2015 1100 Sibyl II acrylic digital engraving on Masonite 60x48cm 2015 Sold Silo III acrylic digital engraving on Alupanel 35x50cm 2015 550 Soda II acrylic digital engraving on Masonite 44x36 5cm 2015 550 Festive Lights Chair II ink watercolour acrylic graphite on Arches Aquarelle 300gsm 51x36cm 2015 Sold Mirror Chair acrylic and oil pastel on Masonite 122x60cm 2015 2200 Chair 1 acrylic digital engraving on Alupanel 50x35cm 2015 Sold Sentinel acrylic printed polyester on board 69x89 5cm 2015 Sold Lennie Lower acrylic on board 66x52cm 2015 Painted in collaboration with Lyn Griffiths for the Chris O Brien Lifehouse charity auction Sold prev next of thumbnails Энтропия entropy acrylic and fabric on board 40 x 30cm 2016 Un acrylic on found hand painted print on paper on board in timber frame 34 5 x 29cm 2016 In the Spanish town of Cordoba successive histories are apparent Each new regime did not obliterate the previous They built around re purposed and renamed Un came to me as a found object purchased for a few cents at a junk store as a matching pair to Dos by Kerry The verso has a label typed on a manual typewriter THE GOLDEN BOY by Sir Henry Reaborn painted 1810 BRITISH SCHOOL Original ART COLLECTION BURBINGTON HOUSE LONDON The numeral one is sign painted over the print in a traditional manner block lettering keyline and drop shadow The sign written 1 is a further layering

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  • Studio previous — Fishdog
    demands a long slow look while taking a photograph of the same needs only a brief second A painting wants to remake light on a surface photographs are made from light falling on surfaces Jack Randell in his painted photographs and projected paintings brings both ways of looking onto a single plane But in doing this he crosses their wires he confuses them he mixes them up and swaps their languages In his hands and through his eyes photographs are made from long slow deep looking and paintings become projected light He draws us into thinking about how long a look it takes to see clearly His picture paintings made me think about light as we might think about language How do we learn a new light Recently a friend who was visiting Wales described the green of the countryside as blinding in a postcard she sent me After nearly 12 years in Sydney I still long for the egg yolk light of the equatorial afternoons of Malaysia Jack Randell showed me that the dark pools of shade under trees and awnings in the nuclear fusion light of Australian summers is purple in the local language and not the impenetrable smoky black of my untrained translation Euchareena acrylic and printed polyester on board 39 5x59 5cm 2006 1100 Infinity after Bernard Frize acrylic on board 40x45cm 2014 550 Black Snake at the Shearing Shed acrylic on composition board 122x103cm 2014 Sold Kangaroo Ahead acrylic polymer on board 60x60cm 2010 1100 Territory acrylic on composition board 57 5 x 59 5cm 2014 1100 prev next of thumbnails Przewalski s Horse acrylic on board 40x60cm 2011 Sold Exist acrylic polymer on board 51x118cm 2010 Sold This Way Gaffa Sydney 2010 Catalogue essay Jack Randell A gold anodised aluminium plaque is attached to the Pioneer 10 spacecraft On it are graphic representations of what we understand to be our location in the universe and our physical features as a species Pioneer was launched with no known destination We lost its signal some years ago already The plaque is a declaration of our existence a message in a bottle if you like to other life forms The male figure holds aloft his open palm as a peaceful greeting In the stairwell at the back of Artspace in Sydney someone drew an s on the exit sign bending the code from absence to presence After sharing a demonstration of our respective calligraphic styles the Rev Sogen Yamakawa Head Master of Shogenji Institute of Zen Practice Minokamo Japan gave me a piece depicting silence Silence can be of knowing calm or of unconsciousness the silence of being quietly present or of my departure Master Sogen s character was of the former In the expanding pressure of our way of life on this planet we are at the acutely poignant moment of examining our existence and extinction with the same visionary tools Do you suppose there is a fragment of DNA on the Pioneer craft as it

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  • Video/painting — Fishdog
    and some early works in this series were exhibited at Carriageworks in late 2008 in a show called FishDogWood The seductive experience in gallery size does matter comes from the theatrical tradition of grand historic canvases The Burial of the Count of Orgaz 1587 in Toledo Spain by El Greco looks modest and awkward as a reproduction but is alive with nuance and majesty in life The artist makes you aware that you are here at this moment with the work and its story Similarly video painting using the conventional editing technique of fade in fade out gives presence to the painting and stasis to the video The viewers inner eye has belief suspended between the certainty of the media and the wonder at its own projecting desires Like a sunset beautiful because it is transient Mnemosyne https vimeo com 146857106 Video painting 2009 First exhibited at Gaffa Sydney Screen is acrylic on board 120x90cm Video is 5 02min continuous loop Boat Harbour https vimeo com 146856042 Video painting produced during a residency at Hazlehurst Gallery in 2008 First exhibited at CarriageWorks Sydney The sound file is a mash up of street dialogue from Kings Cross and a ranger telling

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  • Collaborations — Fishdog
    listened to all of them the whole when he perceived the unity then the great song of a thousand voices formed one single word OM perfection Hermann Hess Siddhartha Translated by Sherab Chodzin Kohn Shambhala Publications Boston 2000 Contributing artists Peter Everingham Michiko Mizutani Gill Pedrana Mr Zhu Haiming Kaye Cusick Alex Wisser Kayoko Hayashi Phillip Gersbach Gweneth Buckle Lou Lindsay Christina Di Bona Madeline Orth Paul Andrews Sarah Dickenson Tim Winters Yoshito Kijima Luis Vargas Helen Shepherd John Cameron and Pauline Hams Dave Stein Lisa Minner Luciana Servulo Kylie Giusti Midori Hibino Arthur Randell Laurie Rouse Sharon Zwi Megan Jones Amy Naef Ana Victoria Corrales Jodie Benton Peita Marie McCrystle Wood Mel Gersbach Ipek Yeginsu Gregory McLaren Ingrid Sandsborg Mrs Wang Li Mariah Giusti Lionel Wood Peter Aland Mal Morris Mr Gu Yulin Pamela Wright Hideo Tamaki Claudia Giusti Louise Marlborough Jayne Bleechmore Jan Armstrong Vicki Aland Mary Dorahy and David McBride Tonya Graham Bill Phillips Sandy Gordon Baker Ian Mulligan Elaine Jones Mark Nugent Cate Valpiani Ben Palmer Addy and Rebecca and Alex and Phil Brendan McCumstie Bruce Barber Keiko Goto Doreen Lyon Ivana Vanderspek Sandra Alon Joy Lukunic Gopa Kundu Ruby Davies Caroline Danaher Ann Smithson Sam Paine Lynne Smith Oscar Randell Milena Sallustio Carol Mark Ross Davey Janice Navin Lisa Orth Mrs Zhang Zhiying Kerry Palmer Lara Scolari Hiroko Watanabe Yukio Kono Tim Hosking Annamarie Uren Toshiyuki Watanabe Tas Touvras Penny Johnson Imogen Giusti James Farley Margaret Anderson Kylie Bowles Michiko Numazu Jeremy Zierau Pepa Comba Katherine Morgan Rob Taylor Marilyn Allan Jose Angel Muniz Gonzalez Merryn Spencer Marco Favazzi Holger Mohaupt Dot Wilkin Carl Giusti Ivana Rezek Rowena Galway Susan Shaw This work has a shared copyright Attribution Share Alike Offering your work under a Creative Commons licence does not mean giving up your copyright It means allowing more liberal use of your material but only on certain conditions creativecommons org au licences These collaborations are part of a body of work titled National Life and Landscapes They are visual evidence of a largely self moderating aesthetic principal Participation was invited under the Share Alike terms of Creative Commons This licence lets others distribute remix and build upon the work even for commercial purposes as long as they credit the original creator s and any other nominated parties and license any new creations based on the work under the same terms All new derivative works will carry the same licence so will also allow commercial use In other words you agree to share your materials with others if they will share their new works in return This licence is often compared to the free software licences known as copyleft Babel The 17th and as yet incomplete collaborative work in the series National Life and Landscapes This work was researched in Europe in December 2015 at the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen Rotterdam http www boijmans nl en which owns the Tower of Babel c 1565 by Pieter Bruegel the Elder on which the work is based See the Fishdog Updates News page for details on how to participate prev next of thumbnails Berliner Dom mixed media on card 32x40cm 2012 a part of the collaboration series National Life and Landscapes this work was conceived and produced in Berlin in April 2012 Künstler tötet man und behalt sie nicht im Mund Bruno Nagel www brunonagel de Contributing artists Ulrich Krauss Pierre Granoux Jenaro de Rosenzweig Eric Mefsloh Claudia Rannow Stefanie Schmid Nils Meyer Mical Noelson Stefan Bubenzer Konrad Tadesse Anna Rossow Tobias Sirtl George Ertas Laurent Bousson Manuela Steffin Danijel Zbil Bruno Nagel Lisa Polten Michael Lee Victoria Gisborne Land Participation in my collaboration artwork is free and is invited under the Share Alike terms of Creative Commons unless other wise stated http creativecommons org au learn more licences This licence lets others distribute remix and build upon the work even for commercial purposes as long as they credit the original creator s and any other nominated parties and license any new creations based on the work under the same terms All new derivative works will carry the same licence so will also allow commercial use In other words you agree to share your materials with others if they will share their new works in return This licence is often compared to the free software licences known as copyleft Bridge online collaboration 18x36cmx300dpi 2012 a part of the collaboration series National Life and Landscapes this work was conceived and produced online May September 2012 Bridge was presented as a 100x200cm paste up in the exhibition New Tracks at Salerno Gallery in Sydney as part of The Sydney Fringe festival in September 2012 and Collectivism at Cementa Kandos curated by Alex Wisser 2013 Art is not political owing to the messages and feelings that it conveys the way it represents social structures conflicts or identities It is political by virtue of the very distance that it takes with respect to those functions Jacques Ranciere The Politics of Aesthetics 2006 Contributing artists Georgia Graham Imogen Mariah Claudia Kylie and Carl Guisti Felix Saw Eskild Beck Eleanor Bennett Dave Stein Christopher Donnison and Linda Przhedetsky Christina Di Bona Cate Valpiani Elaine Jones Brendan McCumstie Anthony Quinn Annette Wilson Annabelle and Sophie Stephens Annamarie Amu Ana Victoria Corrales Claro Daniel Zunzunegui Ross and Jorja Rod Armstrong Rob McCormick Peter Aland Paul Woodhead Milena Sallustio newtown grafitti Mical Noelson Megan Jones Luis Vargas Luciana Servulo Louise Lindsay Lily Fink Kylie Bowles Julia Featherstone Jeremy Zierau Janice Navin James Farley Ian Mulligan Vicki Aland Tonya Graham Terry Fahy Tamara Lawry Sharon Zwi Sandy Gordon Baker Sandra Alon Jayne Bleechmore Nathan Shooter All works in this series are created as Copyright Share Alike under the terms of Creative Commons http creativecommons org au learn more licences 太田宿 Ōta juku after Hiroshige acrylic polymer and watercolour on paper 71x110cm 2014 a part of the collaboration series National Life and Landscapes this work was conceived and produced November March 2013 14 In many of the spaces

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  • Public Art — Fishdog
    member participatory workshop in 1987 by Jack Randell and Martin Coyte Some of the original participants have children now attending the Geurie Youth Club and participated in its 20th anniversary re paint Most of the images we retained from the original project on request from the community Biladurang Platypus Mural detail acrylic polymers on Signbond 120x480cm 2011 a collaborative mural program at a Juvenile Justice Centre The mural is installed at the Australia Animals Exhibit on the concourse at Taronga Western Plains Zoo as part of the Project Platypus an education and awareness program Taronga Western Plains Zoo is delighted to be receiving an artwork inspired by our education program Project Platypus and will be proudly displayed in the Zoo grounds It is great to work with the Lincoln School at Juvenile Justice to allow the students to give back to the community as well as educating students about the importance of caring for the local environment Jack is doing a fantastic job to inspire the students through this project providing them with the satisfaction and the knowledge that they are doing an amazing job and giving back to their community Matthew Fuller General Manager Taronga Western Plains Zoo Belonging Mural detail acrylic polymers on aluminium 122x488cm 2015 Trangie Primary School Supported by Regional Arts NSW Country Arts Support Program and Trangie Central School Parents and Citizens Student and staff negotiated content produced in a series of school workshops Thanks to Mel Gleeson Chris Kunko and Kerry Palmer and the Fire Station Arts Centre Dubbo for the use of the red shed prev next of thumbnails Egor Barang Lincoln School collaborative project Graphic Design program 2013 Program participatuion in Taronga Zoo s Wild Rhino awareness program for trainees in Juvenile Justice care acrylic on fibreglass 90x130x45cm Egor Barang We worked these designs up with the boys in Photoshop hand drew them onto our fibreglass blank and set to painting Senior Aboriginal artist Allan Shillingsworth created the animal motifs and generally supered it up as we went along On reflection the team thought that the design idea was to bring together the ancient and the new Tying in with the conservation agenda for wild rhinos seriously at risk in most circumstances we hope to show that it is possible for harmony to exist in diversity that our heritage can contribute to our future Farting Cockatoos Building Site Screen digital print on mesh with motion activated sound file 43 5 x 1 8 metres 2015 We commissioned Jack to provide a very practical solution to something that was an eyesore Our hope was that it would be uplifting and help spread happiness raising the energy of our site and the CBD generally It came about after being inspired by the Council s Ignite Dubbo program We are very grateful for Jack s skills and believe value can be added to commercial property through the use of public art It brings Joy to you and me BOOM Brett Anderson MD Bawd Property Trust

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  • Shop — Fishdog
    Studio previous Video painting Collaborations Public Art Shop Contact Bio Menu Fishdog Updates News Studio current Studio previous Video painting Collaborations Public Art Shop Contact Bio Giclee Bird Print 45x15cm

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