Snack Syndicate 

Formed in 2014

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Snack Syndicate in their Artspace Studio. Photo: Jessica Maurer

Snack Syndicate, Cold Cuts, Alaska Projects, 2017. Photo: Document Photography

About Snack Syndicate

Snack Syndicate (Astrid Lorange and Andrew Brooks) is a critical art collective that produces installations, video and sound work, texts and talks. They have exhibited/presented at Artspace, the MCA, the TarraWarra Biennial, the Biennale of Sydney, Liquid Architecture, Alaska Projects and the NOW now.

Astrid Lorange has a background in poetry and small-press publishing; Andrew Brooks has a background in media art. Together,Snack Syndicate make work about the complex ways that bodies are regulated, mediated and disciplined in contemporary life – and about the complex ways that bodies can beunderstood and inhabited differently. Recent work has looked at bodies and their regulation/mediation via pharmacopornographic technologies (Little Pharma, Artspace Ideas Platform, 2016) and psychoanalysis (Cold Cuts, Alaska Projects, 2017).

 

Snack Syndicate, Cold Cuts, Alaska Projects, 2017. Photo: Document Photography

Snack Syndicate, "Decommissioned Witchcraft", 2016, Installation view at Ideas Platform, Artspace, Sydney. Photo: Zan Wimberley

Snack Syndicate, Cold Cuts, Alaska Projects, 2017. Photo: Document Photography

Snack Syndicate, "Contract, Ex, Or,", 2016, Installation view at Ideas Platform, Artspace, Sydney. Photo: Zan Wimberley

Snack Syndicate, Little Pharma, Artspace, 2016. Credit: Zan Wimberley

Snack Syndicate, Little Pharma, Artspace, 2016. Credit: Zan Wimberley

Snack Syndicate, "Wipe-On Sex Appeal", 2016, Installation view at Ideas Platform, Artspace, Sydney. Photo: Zan Wimberley