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Jessie Boylan

Jessie Boylan is an artist based on Dja Dja Wurrung country in Central Victoria, Australia. Spanning a documentary-based practice, Boylan is interested in collaborative work, modes of affect and disruption and uses photography, video and sound to explore environmental, social and psychological disturbances. Boylan is a member of Lumina, an Australian photography collective, the Atomic Photographers Guild, an international group who aim to render visible all aspects of the nuclear age, and the Nuclear Futures/Alphaville Community Arts Project. Boylan is also a lecturer and technician at La Trobe University in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia. 

Jessie Boylan will be exhibiting in the Care Exhibition Program, supported by Regional Arts Victoria. 

 

 Jessie Boylan, Rupture, video still, 2018, multi-channel video and sound, 13 min. This work is a collaboration between Jessie Boylan, trauma-informed psychotherapist Jenna Tuke, digital media artist Linda Dement and writer and performer Virginia Barratt. Courtesy of the artists.

 

 Jessie Boylan, Rupture, video still, 2018, multi-channel video and sound, 13 min. This work is a collaboration between Jessie Boylan, trauma-informed psychotherapist Jenna Tuke, digital media artist Linda Dement and writer and performer Virginia Barratt. Courtesy of the artists.