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Jackie De Lacy, Everyday, I Don’t

$25.00 AUD

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Artist: Jackie De Lacy,
Title: Everyday, I Don’t
Year: 2021
Materials: 100m of satin ribbon, cut into strips
Size: variable dimensions

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Everyday I don’t (2021) is a ribbon with the opening lyrics to Anna Domino’s song of the same name printed onto it, in gold lettering. It’s a ribbon, a present, a prize, a sash, an embellishment, a tie, a tacit acknowledgment of grief, a thing that makes you look beautiful if you were to wear it in your hair, a symbol, a reminder, and a gift about non-disclosure & resisting resolution. It’s about not being fucked, as a strategy. In its entirety it’s 100m of Beau Blue satin ribbon, cut into 5m strips for you and yours. Initially the ribbon was about saying no, now it’s about perseverance.

Jackie De Lacy is an artist and writer based on Gadigal land. She makes work about refusal, and anticipation. Their art work has been shown at the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, Pari, Tributary Projects, BSA Project Space and Kudos amongst other spaces. Their writing has been commissioned or published by NAVA, Next Wave, Murray Art Museum Albury, Runway Journal and Running Dog etc. Within business hours she is the curatorial and media assistant at Cement Fondu, Paddington, out of business hours she makes music under the moniker gi.