White Line Fever presents Pigskin Necromancer
Matt Aitken & Lyndon Blue
As the world of Aussie Rules stares solemnly onto ghostly goal-squares and barren fields, the White Line Fever pagan footy huddle gathers to raise the pigskin (footy) from the dead. We invite you on a two-week journey of altar-building, Zoom rituals, psychic-inside-50 reflection and fire sacrifice – not only to resurrect footy, but to incarnate the fandom of our dreams.
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The 2020 “ghost season” is a rare pause for the juggernaut of AFL; a chance to look deep within, connect, and raise a more beautiful fandom from the ashes.
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Matt Aitken is a West Australian artist and educator working in social practice, video & dodgy graphic design. Drawing from his background in Cultural Anthropology and DIY music, Matt’s practice uses collaboration, friendship and humour to investigate local and national identity. He’s made work for International Art Space (IaS), Perth Festival, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art (PICA) and the Museum of Water. Matt is currently investigating river canoeing, romantic geography and suburban mythology.
Lyndon Blue is a musician, writer and artist from Boorloo (Perth), currently based in Naarm/Birraranga (Melbourne). They work across diverse mediums, drawing on pop, vernacular and esoteric traditions. Lyndon’s work often deals with chance-driven aesthetic intrigue, ‘magic’ evocations and ritual, and art as a tool for disrupting the status quo. Lyndon has presented work at the Art Gallery of WA, PICA, Cool Change Contemporary and Hobiennale. Previously, Blue was Performance Curator at Success Arts Space (Fremantle).