Bauxide by Dominique Chen & Tom Blake – Lost Rocks (42)

Dominique Chen & Tom Blake



  • Lost Rocks
  • 2021
  • ISBN 9780648916000
  • 93 pages
  • Softcover
  • 18 × 11 × 1 cm

Rhubarb by the river makes the aluminium of a pan available for the body.
And turns the water orange.

Dominique Chen lives and works in South East Queensland, Australia. She is a proud biridja gamilaroi woman and is passionate about communicating ideas of culture, place and environment through her work. She currently lectures at Griffith University (Queensland College of Art) in the areas of Aboriginal art, culture and socio-political histories. Dominique is also part of momo doto, an ongoing collaboration with Sydney-based artist Tom Blake. She is currently undertaking doctoral study at the University of Technology Sydney, exploring the intersections between relational art, actvism and urban Aboriginal agriculture.

Tom Blake is an artist whose solo and collaborative practice draws on fragmented moments, looped imagery and recurring motifs as potential sites for contemplating the psychological, architectural and technological frameworks that surround us. Tom has exhibited in Australia, Japan and Italy and has been a finalist in Fremantle Arts Centre Print Award, The Blake Prize, the Fisher’s Ghost Art Award, the CLIP Award and has previously been awarded a Clitheroe Foundation Mentorship. Tom is also part of momo doto, an ongoing collaboration with Brisbane-based artist Dominique Chen.





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