BLEED Echo brings together a range of artists, thinkers and activists to interrogate the curatorial framework and commissioned works of BLEED 2022.

Through a series of writing commissions, artist talks, and our first international collaborative symposium, BLEED Echo unpacks the politics of borders, the nature of networked oceans, First Nations digital sovereignty, glitches in the matrix and posit:

How we can facilitate meaningful ways of sharing and intimacy – online and offline – while critiquing the ubiquitous structures of digital platforms?

A series of conversations held with the BLEED lead artists on the process and ideas behind their works.
Essays, poems and creative discussions on the broad themes in the 2022 iteration of BLEED.
The BLEED Symposium is a collection of talks, panels, a keynote and an online party that coalesce the ideas and key curatorial enquiries of the 2022 program. How is digital sovereignty enacted for First Nations people online? What are the boundaries between artistic and institutional practice? What are we hoping for in the next era of digital flux? How do we gather, find joy and comfort in the online worlds and communities we find ourselves in.
Acknowledgement of Country
Arts House, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Taipei Performing Arts Center, and Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the lands we work on, the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung, Dharawal, and Ketagalan peoples. We extend our respects to their Elders past, present and future while respecting the vast Traditional Owners Nations our digital platforms reach. We extend this acknowledgment to Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander, and Austronesian artists, audiences and communities, and First Nations peoples globally.
墨爾本藝術之家、坎貝爾敦藝術中心、臺北表演藝術中心及台北當代藝術館向我們土地上的第一民族暨傳統所有人致上敬意,包括烏倫杰里族(Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung)、塔爾瓦斯族(Dharawal)、凱達格蘭族(Ketagalan)及其眾支系。因著BLEED數位介面所將廣泛觸及的各種傳統民族與土地, 我們尊榮各地過去、現在及未來的祖先與耆老。我們更將這份對台灣與澳洲原住民族、托雷斯海峽群島民族及南島民族的藝術家、觀眾與社群的致意延展至全球各傳統領地與第一民族。