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Freak Machine, by Michelle Brown, 2018
28 Feb 2018

Video installation

Artist's Statement from the Onion Reality Exhibition

Drawing on her own experiences as a person with disability, Freak Machine explores the artist's own feelings of abandonment, loneliness, despair and frustration. The film explores the social model of disability, and highlights the barriers and discrimination associated with this as well as the artist's own experiences of rejection and failure.

Filmed and edited by Ally Brown.


Freak Machine, by Michelle Brown, 2018, was exhibited at the Onion Reality exhibition at Front Up, 9  11 Rowley Street, Seven Hills, NSW, from 27 February to 3 March, 2018. Michelle was a participant in the Emerge 2017 program supported by Ability Options, the Art Gallery of New South Wales and Accessible Arts. It is funded by Ability Options, the Packer Family Foundation and Crown Resorts Foundation. The program is focused on supporting practicing artists with disability.

For more information on the work of Michelle Brown, please visit her Instagram or email her.

Photo: Accessible Arts

Access Art Disability Inclusion
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