Working together since the early 1980s, Janet Burchill and Jennifer McCamley create visually stunning artworks, incorporating an ever-expanding repertoire of mediums—from painting and sculpture, photography and printmaking, to neon light and textile works. Drawing broadly on the histories of art and design, film and literature, feminism and cultural theory, Burchill and McCamley’s art is vitally engaged with the issues of our time. Their collaborative practice, sustained now for thirty five years, reveals a wide range of responses to making art now.
Borrowing and adapting its title from an earlier group of photographs and installations, Temptation to Co-Exist celebrates the achievement of these innovative artists, and the collaborative working partnership they have sustained over several decades.
Featured Image: M. C. Escher
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