27.04.2022 – 19:00 EET
Taylor Le Melle
PfffffffffffT! This is what I say when I don’t know what (else) to say. As in "PfffffffffffT!, obviously” but also as in "PfffffffffffT!, I am not concerned”. I am not so much beholden to themes, rather I try to hold myself accountable to guiding principles. I also try to speak more about what I’m doing than what ‘I am’. My answer for ‘why’ is most often ‘because it’s what I enjoy’. Let’s talk about it. Let’s certainly talk about what I mean when I say I’m aiming to become a total system. If I forget, please someone remind me that I want to talk about T-shirts.
Taylor Le Melle writes, organises and produces objects using their training in art history, architectural theory and developmental psychology. Alongside their writing, recent work has included curating exhibitions, facilitating groups, building infrastructures, producing audio tracks, diagrams, and objects. Mostly they consider these latter three examples to be “draft objects.” In 2018, they became one of the founding directors of not/nowhere, an artists’ workers cooperative which is dedicated to supporting moving image practices and analogue technology. Through their publishing collective, PSS, they have edited and produced several collections of science fantasy and one poetry collection.