Salt of the Earth  2017 in Barngarla, Kokatha, and Wirangu Country

Salt of the Earth 2017 in Barngarla, Kokatha, and Wirangu Country

Midnight Blue, the elemental explorer

Born in Wemba Wemba Country, Midnight Blue spent her childhood immersed in the wild expansiveness of the Australian Bush. At her core, she is an Elemental Explorer of the vast interior, gathering and weaving together new elements to form symphonies of ritual, reverie and movement. Midnight is particularly captivated by the unseen forces that form us. Practices of intuitive attunement with this elemental landscape serve to activate one's own curiosity and awaken new connections from within. Her creative expressions evoke soulfulness and invite you on a journey into the sacred where each offering that emerges becomes a tool for our own liberated expression and self-transformation.

The elemental wares is an experimental market place for activated objects and expanded ways of being. Based on model of reciprocity with 20% of all profit being shared with others to continue to explore radial thinking and liberated expression.

  Strike Camp  2011 in Wemba Wemba Country

Strike Camp 2011 in Wemba Wemba Country

Projects

Midnight is a trans-disciplinary artist and modern day mystic with an expansive toolkit at her disposal. Having worked on a wide range of freelance projects since graduating from a Design Degree in 2002, she has the ability to conceptualise unique visions that are intwined with the landscape and then being them to life. Midnight loves collaboration and working with others to explore new ways of being. Below are some of the modalities she explores throughout her projects.

  • Film-making

  • Interior & Building Design

  • Installations and Exhibitions Design

  • Ritual Garments

  • Homewares

  • Photography

  • Poetry

  • Attunement

  • Performance

For Collaborations Get in Touch with Midnight here.

Project images

Exhibitions

Group

  • Hauser & Wirth Somerset

    The Land That We Live In – The Land That We Left Behind

    HumanUfactorY(ng) Workstyles: The Labor Portraits of Mildred’s Lane

    Jorge Colombo, Mark Dion, Jeffrey Jenkins, J. Morgan Puett, Rebecca Purcell, Natalie Wilkin and other Fellows in collaboration.

    Group Show. Curator, Adam Sutherland

    January 20 through May 7, 2018

  • Helen Day Art Center, Stow VT 2016

    Intimacy and Materiality: The Labor Portraits of Mildred’s Lane 

    J. Morgan Puett, Rebecca Purcell, Jeffrey Jenkins & Natalie Wilkin

    With Fellows of Mildred’s Lane

  • Handwerker Gallery, University of Ithaca, NY 2015

    The Labor Portraits of Mildred’s Lane 

    J. Morgan Puett, Rebecca Purcell, Jeffrey Jenkins & Natalie Wilkin

    With Fellows of Mildred’s Lane

  • SAIC Sullivan Galleries, Chicago IL 2014

    A Proximity of Consciousness: HumanUfactorY(ng) Workstyles 

    J. Morgan Puett

    With Fellows of Mildred’s Lane

  • Museum of Modern Art, MoMA Studio, New York, NY 2012

    Common Senses: Mildred’s Lane; The Living Archive

     J. Morgan Puett

Solo

Ex Terra Incognita, The Mildred Complexity, Narrowsburg NY

Collaborations

The Labor Portraits of Mildred's Lane in collaboration with J Morgan Puett, Rebecca Purcell, Jeffrey Jenkins and Mildreds Lane Fellows, 2014.

HumanUfactorY(ng) Workstyles: The Motion Journals of Excerpts from the User’s Guide to Mildred’s Lane. A costume drama of the everyday, 2014. Collaborating with J Morgan Puett and Mildreds Lane Fellows. As part of A lived Practice SAIC Chicago.

Strange Attractor 2015 Pop Up open studio exploring collective womens spaces and the expression of community focused making.