Make and Do team

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Pip Stafford makes the Make and Do website run. She is experienced at writing about herself in the third person and can help you with your grant applications, artist bios and big artistic dreams through our 'services for artists'. Pip is an artist, producer and researcher. She is one half of Sisters Akousmatica with Julia Drouhin - exploring the radical possibilities of radio transmission. She is an Honours candidate at Deakin Law School, researching researching gender-based violence and international law through Butlerian performativity and feminist jurisprudence. She is admin and research assistant to Dr Felicity Gerry KC and volunteers at Anika Legal on tenancy matters for renters in Victoria.

Guest writers

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Loren Kronemyer is an antidisciplinary artist living and working in regional lutruwita / Tasmania. Her works span objects, interactive and live performance, experimental media art, and large-scale worldbuilding projects aimed at exploring ecological futures and survival skills. She works solo, and in collaboration as Pony Express. Her approach of deep research has led her to foster collaborations with a number of niche societies, labs, and specialists. These include Australia's last broom factory, from whom she learned to make millet brooms for the project Millennial Reaper; the World Archery federation, from whom she earned a coaching qualification for her project After Erika Eiffel, and the scientists at the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research, with whom she developed her show Receiver. She received the first Masters of Biological Arts Degree from SymbioticA Lab at the University of Western Australia, and has a PhD Candidate from the University of Tasmania. She is currently working on an experimental album called Midcareer Solo.