June Miskell

June Miskell is a Filipino-Australian writer and arts worker living and working on the ancestral lands belonging to the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation (Sydney). She is currenting completing her Bachelor of Art Theory (Honours) at UNSW Art & Design with a focus on migratory methods of indigenizing and decolonising strategies in Filipinx-Australian diasporic practices. Her previous writing can be found in unExtended, Runway Conversations, Running Dog and Framework.

I love you Melissa

Group Exhibition

By June Miskell — 23 July, 2019

‘Embracing a love ethic means that we utilize all the dimensions of love in our everyday lives.’ bell hooks, All About Love: New Visions (2001), p. 94   ‘Love’ remains devoid of a singular definition. Manifesting in many forms—be it ‘care, commitment, trust, responsibility, respect and knowledge’, love is more than something we feel, it…

Do you know this feeling?

Curated by

Sebastian Henry-Jones

By June Miskell — 8 March, 2019

This text is in dialogue with the exhibition Do You Know This Feeling? at Firstdraft. Curated by Sebastian Henry-Jones, the exhibition featured the work of Arben Dzika, Athena Thebus, Cee Powell, Chi Tran, Cristine Brache, Frontyard, IchikawaEdward, JD Reforma and Trinh T. Minh-Ha. This text riffs off JD Reforma’s work Why should I be sad?…