Favoureconomy Vol 1. 2015 - 2016

Sinopsis

FavourEconomy is a collection of audio recordings shared by women who work in the arts. The project operates as a platform for contributors to share their experience, insights and skills by recording an audio file and sharing it to the archive.The archive comprises of a series of volumes that develop over a one-year period coinciding with the financial year.The recordings shared to FavourEconomy have been termed favours because they have been produced with the intention of being of benefit for other women to hear. Furthermore, the word favour encapsulates a social gesture of sharing something without defining exactly what that something might be.FavourEconomy operates as an audio gift economy, whereby each contributor has determined the content and value of their recording set in accordance with their own experience and is received by the listener according to their current situation and need. The audio favours concurrently act to gives value and power to the female voice, which is too often silenced.Diverse perspectives make FavourEconomy more valuable through their ability to highlight the breadth as well as the commonalities of the female experience. The project is inclusive of audio favours shared by those at various stages of their career and who occupy a variety of creative and professional arts roles. This is because the boundaries of contemporary art forms and careers can often be fused, blurred or multifaceted. Furthermore, arts practitioners frequently express themselves in multiple roles and creative disciplines. FavourEconomy is also inclusive of recordings shared by non-gender binary people to allow a spectrum of perspectives to be voiced. For so many women the path to success is hazardous with a multiplicity of journeys simultaneously being navigated. Subsequently the female voice often vanishes from public discourse before being heard. To enable a platform for this to occur FavourEconomy is intentionally non-selective and embraces all audio favours shared from a female perspective of working in the arts - beyond only those 'at the top of their arts profession.The central aims of FavourEconomy are to promote a culture of supportive communication and information sharing amongst women, to foster relationships that are generative rather than competitive and counteract a system where women are often pitched against each other for finite slices of power and position. FavourEconomy is investigating at a time when we have the greatest numbers of women working in the arts, why there still is not commensurate representation in leadership positions, exhibitions, publications and collections. While there are many systemic issues to be addressed there is one specific area that can be combated by the FavourEconomy. We aim to actively support a culture whereby women help out other women in order to strengthen the female voice, knowledge, presence and power in the arts. We posit that our efforts and insights can benefit others and that the more that we share with and support one another the easier it will be for women to impact upon the circuit of contemporary art production and dissemination.Currently FavourEconomy volumes are accessible online to a digital public and for exhibition as a compendium of sound, installation and text based artwork. Moving forward FavourEconomy aims to furtther explore ways in which the archive records alternative histories; provides a platform for intersectional perspectives to be voiced; operates as an alternative economy; interrogates the notion of gatekeepers, prizes and exclusive exhibitions; challenges notions of success; empower the female voice and strengthens relationships. FavourEconomy was established by Claire Field, Alex Pedley and Bronwyn Treacy. Website - http://favoureconomy.com.

Episodios

  • Sarah Milgate

    Sarah Milgate

    30/06/2016 Duración: 04min

    Sarah Milgate : Art Installer / Educator / Musician FavourEconomy is a collection of audio recordings shared by women* for the benefit of other women* working in the arts. The project operates as a platform for contributors to voice their experience, insights and skills and share it to the archive. The archive comprises of a series of volumes that develop over a one-year period coinciding with each financial year. The recordings shared to FavourEconomy are termed ‘favours’ because they have been produced by with the intention of being of value for other women* working in the arts to hear. The word ‘favour’ encapsulating a social gesture of ‘sharing something’ without defining exactly what that something might be. FavourEconomy operates as an audio gift economy, where each contributor has determined the content and value of their recording set in accordance with their own experience and is received by the listener according to their current situation and need. The audio favours concurrently give value and

  • Emily Millichip

    Emily Millichip

    26/06/2016 Duración: 05min

    Emily Millichip : Independent Fashion Designer FavourEconomy is a collection of audio recordings shared by women who work in the arts. The project operates as a platform for contributors to share their experience, insights and skills by recording an audio file and sharing it to the archive. The archive comprises of a series of volumes that develop over a one-year period coinciding with the financial year. The recordings shared to FavourEconomy have been termed ‘favours’ because they have been produced with the intention of being of benefit for other women to hear. Furthermore, the word ‘favour’ encapsulates a social gesture of ‘sharing something’ without defining exactly what that something might be. FavourEconomy operates as an audio gift economy, whereby each contributor has determined the content and value of their recording set in accordance with their own experience and is received by the listener according to their current situation and need. The audio favours concurrently act to gives value and pow

  • Kate Brown

    Kate Brown

    24/06/2016 Duración: 01min

    Kate Brown : Performance Artist - sound & experimental voice practice FavourEconomy is a collection of audio recordings shared by women* for the benefit of other women* working in the arts. The project operates as a platform for contributors to voice their experience, insights and skills and share it to the archive. The archive comprises of a series of volumes that develop over a one-year period coinciding with each financial year. The recordings shared to FavourEconomy are termed ‘favours’ because they have been produced by with the intention of being of value for other women* working in the arts to hear. The word ‘favour’ encapsulating a social gesture of ‘sharing something’ without defining exactly what that something might be. FavourEconomy operates as an audio gift economy, where each contributor has determined the content and value of their recording set in accordance with their own experience and is received by the listener according to their current situation and need. The audio favours concurren

  • Alex Pedley

    Alex Pedley

    12/06/2016 Duración: 01min

    Alex Pedley : Curatorial Researcher FavourEconomy is a collection of audio recordings shared by women* for the benefit of other women* working in the arts. The project operates as a platform for contributors to voice their experience, insights and skills and share it to the archive. The archive comprises of a series of volumes that develop over a one-year period coinciding with each financial year. The recordings shared to FavourEconomy are termed ‘favours’ because they have been produced by with the intention of being of value for other women* working in the arts to hear. The word ‘favour’ encapsulating a social gesture of ‘sharing something’ without defining exactly what that something might be. FavourEconomy operates as an audio gift economy, where each contributor has determined the content and value of their recording set in accordance with their own experience and is received by the listener according to their current situation and need. The audio favours concurrently give value and power to the fe

  • Dagmar Cook

    Dagmar Cook

    27/05/2016 Duración: 02min

    Dagmar Cook : Artist - painting FavourEconomy is a collection of audio recordings shared by women* for the benefit of other women* working in the arts. The project operates as a platform for contributors to voice their experience, insights and skills and share it to the archive. The archive comprises of a series of volumes that develop over a one-year period coinciding with each financial year. The recordings shared to FavourEconomy are termed ‘favours’ because they have been produced by with the intention of being of value for other women* working in the arts to hear. The word ‘favour’ encapsulating a social gesture of ‘sharing something’ without defining exactly what that something might be. FavourEconomy operates as an audio gift economy, where each contributor has determined the content and value of their recording set in accordance with their own experience and is received by the listener according to their current situation and need. The audio favours concurrently give value and power to the female

  • Julia Drouhin

    Julia Drouhin

    15/05/2016 Duración: 03min

    Julia Drouhin : Interdisciplinary Artist - installation, sound & performance / Curator FavourEconomy is a collection of audio recordings shared by women* for the benefit of other women* working in the arts. The project operates as a platform for contributors to voice their experience, insights and skills and share it to the archive. The archive comprises of a series of volumes that develop over a one-year period coinciding with each financial year. The recordings shared to FavourEconomy are termed ‘favours’ because they have been produced by with the intention of being of value for other women* working in the arts to hear. The word ‘favour’ encapsulating a social gesture of ‘sharing something’ without defining exactly what that something might be. FavourEconomy operates as an audio gift economy, where each contributor has determined the content and value of their recording set in accordance with their own experience and is received by the listener according to their current situation and need. The audio

  • Nicole Barakat

    Nicole Barakat

    08/05/2016 Duración: 06min

    Nicole Barakat : Multidisciplinary Artist - mixed media, installation & performance FavourEconomy is a collection of audio recordings shared by women* for the benefit of other women* working in the arts. The project operates as a platform for contributors to voice their experience, insights and skills and share it to the archive. The archive comprises of a series of volumes that develop over a one-year period coinciding with each financial year. The recordings shared to FavourEconomy are termed ‘favours’ because they have been produced by with the intention of being of value for other women* working in the arts to hear. The word ‘favour’ encapsulating a social gesture of ‘sharing something’ without defining exactly what that something might be. FavourEconomy operates as an audio gift economy, where each contributor has determined the content and value of their recording set in accordance with their own experience and is received by the listener according to their current situation and need. The audio fav

  • Yvette Watt

    Yvette Watt

    27/04/2016 Duración: 03min

    Yvette Watt : Artist / Academic / Activist FavourEconomy is a collection of audio recordings shared by women* for the benefit of other women* working in the arts. The project operates as a platform for contributors to voice their experience, insights and skills and share it to the archive. The archive comprises of a series of volumes that develop over a one-year period coinciding with each financial year. The recordings shared to FavourEconomy are termed ‘favours’ because they have been produced by with the intention of being of value for other women* working in the arts to hear. The word ‘favour’ encapsulating a social gesture of ‘sharing something’ without defining exactly what that something might be. FavourEconomy operates as an audio gift economy, where each contributor has determined the content and value of their recording set in accordance with their own experience and is received by the listener according to their current situation and need. The audio favours concurrently give value and power to

  • Gaele Sobott

    Gaele Sobott

    24/04/2016 Duración: 05min

    Gaele Sobott : Author FavourEconomy is a collection of audio recordings shared by women* for the benefit of other women* working in the arts. The project operates as a platform for contributors to voice their experience, insights and skills and share it to the archive. The archive comprises of a series of volumes that develop over a one-year period coinciding with each financial year. The recordings shared to FavourEconomy are termed ‘favours’ because they have been produced by with the intention of being of value for other women* working in the arts to hear. The word ‘favour’ encapsulating a social gesture of ‘sharing something’ without defining exactly what that something might be. FavourEconomy operates as an audio gift economy, where each contributor has determined the content and value of their recording set in accordance with their own experience and is received by the listener according to their current situation and need. The audio favours concurrently give value and power to the female* voice

  • Laimah Osman

    Laimah Osman

    18/04/2016 Duración: 54s

    Laimah Osman : Multidisciplinary Artist - drawing, printmaking & book arts FavourEconomy is a collection of audio recordings shared by women* for the benefit of other women* working in the arts. The project operates as a platform for contributors to voice their experience, insights and skills and share it to the archive. The archive comprises of a series of volumes that develop over a one-year period coinciding with each financial year. The recordings shared to FavourEconomy are termed ‘favours’ because they have been produced by with the intention of being of value for other women* working in the arts to hear. The word ‘favour’ encapsulating a social gesture of ‘sharing something’ without defining exactly what that something might be. FavourEconomy operates as an audio gift economy, where each contributor has determined the content and value of their recording set in accordance with their own experience and is received by the listener according to their current situation and need. The audio favours con

  • Tian Zhang

    Tian Zhang

    04/04/2016 Duración: 03min

    Tian Zhang : Creative Producer / Arts Manager / Curator FavourEconomy is a collection of audio recordings shared by women who work in the arts. The project operates as a platform for contributors to share their experience, insights and skills by recording an audio file and sharing it to the archive. The archive comprises of a series of volumes that develop over a one-year period coinciding with the financial year. The recordings shared to FavourEconomy have been termed ‘favours’ because they have been produced with the intention of being of benefit for other women to hear. Furthermore, the word ‘favour’ encapsulates a social gesture of ‘sharing something’ without defining exactly what that something might be. FavourEconomy operates as an audio gift economy, whereby each contributor has determined the content and value of their recording set in accordance with their own experience and is received by the listener according to their current situation and need. The audio favours concurrently act to gives valu

  • Michele Elliot

    Michele Elliot

    26/03/2016 Duración: 04min

    Michele Elliot : Multidisciplinary Artist - sculpture, installation, drawing, painting & costume / Writer / Lecturer / Curator FavourEconomy is a collection of audio recordings shared by women* for the benefit of other women* working in the arts. The project operates as a platform for contributors to voice their experience, insights and skills and share it to the archive. The archive comprises of a series of volumes that develop over a one-year period coinciding with each financial year. The recordings shared to FavourEconomy are termed ‘favours’ because they have been produced by with the intention of being of value for other women* working in the arts to hear. The word ‘favour’ encapsulating a social gesture of ‘sharing something’ without defining exactly what that something might be. FavourEconomy operates as an audio gift economy, where each contributor has determined the content and value of their recording set in accordance with their own experience and is received by the listener according to thei

  • Valda Marshall

    Valda Marshall

    13/03/2016 Duración: 06min

    Valda Marshall : Artist / Educator / Life Traveller FavourEconomy is a collection of audio recordings shared by women* for the benefit of other women* working in the arts. The project operates as a platform for contributors to voice their experience, insights and skills and share it to the archive. The archive comprises of a series of volumes that develop over a one-year period coinciding with each financial year. The recordings shared to FavourEconomy are termed ‘favours’ because they have been produced by with the intention of being of value for other women* working in the arts to hear. The word ‘favour’ encapsulating a social gesture of ‘sharing something’ without defining exactly what that something might be. FavourEconomy operates as an audio gift economy, where each contributor has determined the content and value of their recording set in accordance with their own experience and is received by the listener according to their current situation and need. The audio favours concurrently give value and

  • Helen Jones OAM

    Helen Jones OAM

    27/02/2016 Duración: 07min

    Helen Jones : Vocalist / Music Teacher FavourEconomy is a collection of audio recordings shared by women who work in the arts. The project operates as a platform for contributors to share their experience, insights and skills by recording an audio file and sharing it to the archive. The archive comprises of a series of volumes that develop over a one-year period coinciding with the financial year. The recordings shared to FavourEconomy have been termed ‘favours’ because they have been produced with the intention of being of benefit for other women to hear. Furthermore, the word ‘favour’ encapsulates a social gesture of ‘sharing something’ without defining exactly what that something might be. FavourEconomy operates as an audio gift economy, whereby each contributor has determined the content and value of their recording set in accordance with their own experience and is received by the listener according to their current situation and need. The audio favours concurrently act to gives value and power to th

  • Julieanne Campbell

    Julieanne Campbell

    15/02/2016 Duración: 04min

    Julieanne Campbell : Arts Manager FavourEconomy is a collection of audio recordings shared by women* for the benefit of other women* working in the arts. The project operates as a platform for contributors to voice their experience, insights and skills and share it to the archive. The archive comprises of a series of volumes that develop over a one-year period coinciding with each financial year. The recordings shared to FavourEconomy are termed ‘favours’ because they have been produced by with the intention of being of value for other women* working in the arts to hear. The word ‘favour’ encapsulating a social gesture of ‘sharing something’ without defining exactly what that something might be. FavourEconomy operates as an audio gift economy, where each contributor has determined the content and value of their recording set in accordance with their own experience and is received by the listener according to their current situation and need. The audio favours concurrently give value and power to the fema

  • Lyndal Thorne

    Lyndal Thorne

    12/02/2016 Duración: 05min

    Lyndal Thorne : Arts Patron / Administrator FavourEconomy is a collection of audio recordings shared by women who work in the arts. The project operates as a platform for contributors to share their experience, insights and skills by recording an audio file and sharing it to the archive. The archive comprises of a series of volumes that develop over a one-year period coinciding with the financial year. The recordings shared to FavourEconomy have been termed ‘favours’ because they have been produced with the intention of being of benefit for other women to hear. Furthermore, the word ‘favour’ encapsulates a social gesture of ‘sharing something’ without defining exactly what that something might be. FavourEconomy operates as an audio gift economy, whereby each contributor has determined the content and value of their recording set in accordance with their own experience and is received by the listener according to their current situation and need. The audio favours concurrently act to gives value and power

  • Linda Dement

    Linda Dement

    04/01/2016 Duración: 01min

    Linda Dement : Interdisciplinary Artist - photography, film & digital arts FavourEconomy is a collection of audio recordings shared by women* for the benefit of other women* working in the arts. The project operates as a platform for contributors to voice their experience, insights and skills and share it to the archive. The archive comprises of a series of volumes that develop over a one-year period coinciding with each financial year. The recordings shared to FavourEconomy are termed ‘favours’ because they have been produced by with the intention of being of value for other women* working in the arts to hear. The word ‘favour’ encapsulating a social gesture of ‘sharing something’ without defining exactly what that something might be. FavourEconomy operates as an audio gift economy, where each contributor has determined the content and value of their recording set in accordance with their own experience and is received by the listener according to their current situation and need. The audio favours conc

  • Pam Thorne

    Pam Thorne

    23/12/2015 Duración: 06min

    Pam Thorne : Artist - specialist paper-mâché sculpture / Community Artist Educator / Volunteer Arts Administrator FavourEconomy is a collection of audio recordings shared by women who work in the arts. The project operates as a platform for contributors to share their experience, insights and skills by recording an audio file and sharing it to the archive. The archive comprises of a series of volumes that develop over a one-year period coinciding with the financial year. The recordings shared to FavourEconomy have been termed ‘favours’ because they have been produced with the intention of being of benefit for other women to hear. Furthermore, the word ‘favour’ encapsulates a social gesture of ‘sharing something’ without defining exactly what that something might be. FavourEconomy operates as an audio gift economy, whereby each contributor has determined the content and value of their recording set in accordance with their own experience and is received by the listener according to their current situation

  • Gail May

    Gail May

    16/12/2015 Duración: 05min

    Gail May : Artist - painting FavourEconomy is a collection of audio recordings shared by women* for the benefit of other women* working in the arts. The project operates as a platform for contributors to voice their experience, insights and skills and share it to the archive. The archive comprises of a series of volumes that develop over a one-year period coinciding with each financial year. The recordings shared to FavourEconomy are termed ‘favours’ because they have been produced by with the intention of being of value for other women* working in the arts to hear. The word ‘favour’ encapsulating a social gesture of ‘sharing something’ without defining exactly what that something might be. FavourEconomy operates as an audio gift economy, where each contributor has determined the content and value of their recording set in accordance with their own experience and is received by the listener according to their current situation and need. The audio favours concurrently give value and power to the female* v

  • Birgitta Magnusson-Reid

    Birgitta Magnusson-Reid

    09/12/2015 Duración: 07min

    Birgitta Magnusson-Reid : Ceramicist / Gallery Project Officer. FavourEconomy is a collection of audio recordings shared by women* for the benefit of other women* working in the arts. The project operates as a platform for contributors to voice their experience, insights and skills and share it to the archive. The archive comprises of a series of volumes that develop over a one-year period coinciding with each financial year. The recordings shared to FavourEconomy are termed ‘favours’ because they have been produced by with the intention of being of value for other women* working in the arts to hear. The word ‘favour’ encapsulating a social gesture of ‘sharing something’ without defining exactly what that something might be. FavourEconomy operates as an audio gift economy, where each contributor has determined the content and value of their recording set in accordance with their own experience and is received by the listener according to their current situation and need. The audio favours concurrently gi

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