VNS Matrix acknowledge that all work was made on indigenous land, primarily Tarntanya on Kaurna land, and Bondi of the Eora nation. We enjoyed the privilege of free passage across that land to create our works, and all benefits that have accrued from the production of that work are as a result of that privilege.
VNS Matrix supports feminisms that are inclusive of all women (trans women, womxn, feminine-identified and non-binary identified people and cis women); and that are intersectional.
Email & Websites
Please read this before you contact VNS Matrix. If you are:
A State funded or commercial gallery or museum
VNS Matrix works are available for exhibition purposes for a fee. Please specify artist fee in any initial contact.
The artists are available for appearances or presentations.
A commercial publisher, or agency or editor or author associated with a commercial publisher
VNS Matrix artworks, texts or other authored works are available for reprinting for a fee.
Please specify artist fee and contract details in any initial contact.
From the independent not-for-profit, diy or activist sector
VNS Matrix is committed to supporting these sectors and underrepresented artist/artworkers/initiatives.
We employ a sliding scale, please be clear about the scope of your enquiry.
From the media sector
Access to archival materials is available under certain circumstances. VNS Matrix will do interviews, please discuss.
VNS Matrix prioritises engagement with students and researchers, however, we ask that you are clear in your intention, and that you ask succinct questions, no more than 3 in an initial email.
Access to archival materials is available under certain circumstances, please discuss.
Website Design & Creation
The design, coding, and archival data management of vnsmatrix.net is by Francesca d’Ath, https://francesdath.name, with VNS Matrix.
This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.