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The Art of Documentation with Jacqui Shelton

The Art of Documentation with Jacqui Shelton

PICA is inviting independent artists to participate in a free workshop with artist, filmmaker, photographer and WHEN I AM NOT THERE collaborator Jacqui Shelton. Based in Naarm (Melbourne), Shelton works with artists, musicians and community groups to document work through film, photos, books and more. In this workshop, artists will explore the art of documentation and how information is materialised through the lens of a camera. 

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About the Artists

Jacqui Shelton is a visual artist and writer working with performance, filmmaking and online spaces. Using storytelling, documentation and vocal actions that are often ephemeral, Shelton engages with different histories and sites, examining the intimacies and conflicts that develop, and how these shape relations between people. Shelton is especially interested in how embodied experience, language and images can produce new meaning or undermine understanding.