Alfredo and Isabel Aquilizan, “Dis-close: Project Another Country,” 2010. Exhibition view at Boxcopy, Brisbane. Photo: Carl Warner. Courtesy the artists and Boxcopy, Brisbane
Boxcopy is an artist-run initiative dedicated to supporting the experimental and innovative practices of early and mid-career Australian artists. Founded in 2007, it presents an exhibitions program that encourages critical engagement with art that explores a diverse range of media, ideas, and approaches to contemporary art practices. Boxcopy also delivers a program of off-site collaborative projects and publishes new writing.
The initiative operates on a nonprofit and volunteer basis, and is run by eight practicing artists and writers: Anastasia Booth, Anita Holtsclaw, Timothy P. Kerr (based in Canada), Channon Goodwin, Daniel McKewen, Raymonda Rajkowski, Marianne Templeton (based in the UK), and Tim Woodward.