JC (they/them) lives and works in Perth, Western Australia. They are an artist, activist, technician and the business owner of Strategic Art Services. JC’s practice embraces sculpture, installation, performance and new media works. They are primarily concerned with investigating contemporary conceptions around gender, sexuality, desire and embodied identity.
Bruno Booth (he/him) is a disabled artist living in Fremantle, WA. His recent work uses participation and large sculptural forms to create experiential works that challenge the able bodied to navigate a world that is uncomfortable by design. His constructed experiences poke fun at the assumptions many people have surrounding disability and yet they also leave lasting impressions that engender a deeper response from the audience. He is a finalist in the John Stringer Prize 2022.
Marziya Mohammedali (they/them) is a migrant writer, photographer, designer and artist. Their practice focuses on narratives of dissent, identity, migration and transition, working for social justice through multidisciplinary creative practice. They are undertaking a PhD at Edith Cowan University focusing on identity, protest and photography. They are the Deputy Editor of Jalada – A pan-African writing collective, where they are currently producing an anthology on the theme of Resistance.
Theo Costantino (they/them) is a queer non-binary artist based on Whadjuk Noongar Boodja / Perth, and Executive Director of ART ON THE MOVE. Their practice includes drawing, sculpture, video, photography, written works and performance. They have exhibited and undertaken residency projects within Australia, Europe, the UK and USA both in a solo capacity and collaboratively. Hear them In Conversation for Soft/Hard: radical love by R. Goo.