Author Archives: Fiona Kelly McGregor

About Fiona Kelly McGregor

Sydney writer and performance artist.

MOVING MASKS

April-June 2020. A performance series done in response to the first lockdown of the Covid-19 pandemic. On the surface humorous, Moving Masks became a project about place, and connection. It also references the long history of performative self-portraiture, with a … Continue reading

BURIED NOT DEAD

(2021) essays ***SHORTLISTED VICTORIAN PREMIERS LITERARY AWARD*** Buried Not Dead is a collection of essays on art, performance, literature, sexuality and the life of the city. It features artists, writers and activists, some internationally renowned, like Marina Abramović and Mike … Continue reading

COLLABORATIONS

The Collaborations shown in the slideshow above are: ‘Resurrection’ by Sheree Rose. With Aaron Sinclair. UNSW Galleries, for The Patient, 2016. photo: John Douglas ‘Font’ by senVoodoo Artspace, Sydney, 2007 photo: Waded ‘Arterial’ by senVoodoo, 2005 Performance Space, Sydney, 2005 … Continue reading

A NOVEL IDEA

‘A Novel Idea’, Melbourne Writers Festival, September 2019. Asked to do a performance for my photoessay A novel Idea, I presented a sort of anti-performance; a literal embodiment of the writer at work.

Resurrection

Credit: ‘Resurrection’ by Sheree Rose.With Aaron Sinclair.UNSW Galleries, for The Patient, 2016.photo: John Douglas

A NOVEL IDEA

(2019) – photoessay A photoessay which presents a unique, intimate portrait of an author at work. A tongue-in-cheek rumination on the process of novel-writing through the rubric of endurance performance. Created during the final years of the writing of Fiona’s … Continue reading

senVoodoo

About senVoodoo. Continue reading

EMERGENCY

Emergency is a performance by my former company senVoodoo, co-founded with AñA Wojak in 1998. Continue reading

THE KISS

The Kiss is a performance by my former company senVoodoo.

senVoodoo was co-founded with AñA Wojak in 1998. Continue reading

DRESSING FOR PLEASURE

Dressing for Pleasure (senVoodoo) Meeting Place, Regional Arts Australia Biennial Festival, Horsham, Victoria, October 2004 Continue reading