Amelia Wallin

Amelia Wallin is a curator currently based in Sydney. Amelia’s work centres on commissioning and facilitating artistic exploration across disciplines, as well as interrogating alternative models for institution building. Her recent research and writing examines the crossovers of reproductive and curatorial labour. She has published widely on these topics.

Uncanny Valley Girl

Angela Goh

By Amelia Wallin — 26 October, 2018

Silicone breast-enhancing inserts, self-massage tools, flat screen televisions and their associated cables, cans of ‘Mother’ energy drink, and a boxy wind blower. These objects of artificial simulation constitute the set of Angela Goh’s Uncanny Valley Girl at Liveworks Festival, and generate many of Goh’s performative actions. Everything appears synthetic, down to her pleather footwear and…