Feedback Loops, curated by Miriam Kelly, brings together artists from Australia and abroad to look at how those born in the 1980s negotiate identity and new media. Neither Gen X nor Millennial, this generation is known as ‘Xennials’ or ‘The Oregon Trail Generation’, in reference to The Oregon Trail (1985), a computer video game that was popular at the time.
Diego Ramirez is an artist, writer and arts worker. He is interested in the relationship between types, stereotypes and monsters in a racialized discourse. His writing features in A+a: Art and Australia, NECSUS, un Projects, Runway Journal, Critical Contemporary Culture Journal, The Article, Fragmented Magazine, *dumb brun(ette), and catalogue essays for various exhibitions. He is co-founder and co-editor of the discursive platform *dumb brun(ette), which published the booklet *dumb brun(ette) vol.1 for Bus Projects’ stall at the NGV Melbourne Art Book Fair. Ramirez is represented by MARS Gallery in Melbourne.
From the New Issue
Witness: An investigation into the brutal cost of seeking justice by Louise Milligan
Fire Flood Plague: Australian writers respond to 2020 edited by Sophie Cunninghamby Adele Dumont