Ineke Dane is an award-winning curator with a background in contemporary art theory, law, policy, photography and journalism, specialising in cross-disciplinary projects and public art. She currently resides in Meanjin Brisbane for her role as Associate Curator, International Art at Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA). Ineke previously held the positions of Associate | Senior Curator with Urban Art Projects (UAP) and Assistant Curator with Kaldor Public Art Projects, in addition to cultivating an independent practice for the past 10 years. Her most recent independent exhibition, Conversations on Shadow Architecture, was awarded grants from Arts Queensland and the Australia Council. She regularly contributes written editorial pieces to journals and features on panels and in conversation with artists.
Deborah Kelly on creating a queer, science fiction, climate change religion
CREATION is a new religion by artist Deborah Kelly, radically rethinking how we collectively come together. Having engaged with communities nation-wide, inviting audiences to dance, sing, listen and perform together, Kelly is now taking CREATION to regional Victoria. Curator Ineke Dane talks with Kelly about why she wanted to start a new religion, and where it will go in the future.