Al/ice/ex Donaghy’s practice of making projects does not identify in anyway with contemporary art practices, especially the performance, live art or any other affiliation.
Projects come from somewhere.
Projects are real.
Projects are life.
Projects can be explained to you.
Projects can be relevant to you.
Projects deal with social problems.
Projects use objects and tools directly related to the concept.
Projects are not produced with aesthetics in mind.
Projects have natural aesthetic consequences.
Projects are Queer.
Projects are never finished.
22/06 Kismet with Wenzhelini for Tremors.
06/07 'What will You Leave Behind for Me?' For Disorder Live art festival.
I have produced for:
Bath fringe arts festival
Contemporary Art Research Centre
Disorder Live Art Collective
Harrow Arts Centre
London Short Film Festival
Low Stakes Festival
Modern Art Oxford
New River Studios
Outside In Magazine
Regents Street Cinema
Squash and Stretch Performance Festival
Supper Club Amsterdam
The Old Baths
The Yard Theatre
Wolverhampton Art Gallery
As well as multiple sight specific pieces in public spaces and Squats.
My collaborative sound project Gene Depression
has been released by Beartown records.
"A Raunchy Kind of basement noise mucas with machine and voice being abused in equal measure"
-The Wire Magazine
My publications have been stocked by The ICA and The Photographers Gallery and exhibited at Modern art Oxford.