Hot, Delicious, And Subversively Glamorous Jessi Lewis

Hot, Delicious, And Subversively Glamorous Jessi Lewis

Melbourne based performer Jessi Lewis partners with Brisbane’s New Globe Theatre

Following their highly successful international collaborations.

Jessi Lewis will once again team with Lismore’s award-winning artist Ana Wojak.

This new work will stage in Brisbane’s New Globe Theatre.

The pair presents ‘Crossfade’, a collaborative exploration into dress-ups, gender, transgression.

The assumed roles and which society thrust upon us.

In a contemporary world obsessed with appearances and the superficial.

It works with costume stimuli from which layered vocabularies of movement and image emerge.

Presented in a narrative of rich episodic tableaux.

Jessi Lewis and Ana Wojak promise something hot, delicious, and subversively glamorous.

Crossfade highlights the commonality between these uniquely different artists.

Creating a through-line that assumes a deeper connection which ultimately binds this performance.

Most importantly, Jessi Lewis and Ana Wojak come together to showcase this amazing performance

Crossfade will be staged Thursday 24 March at the New Globe Theatre, 122 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley. Tickets are available online at $15 pre-sale/$18 on the door.

About Jessi

Jessi Lewis is a writer and artist based in Naarm/Melbourne.

Jessi began writing about the arts in 2014, launching The Melbourne Critique in 2017.

Furthermore, Jessi has also been creating performance and visual arts for 17 years – both nationally and internationally.

About Ana  Wojak

Ana  Wojak is an award-winning cross-disciplinary artist.

  • working in performance,
  • painting,
  • assemblage,
  • installation and theatre design, with a particular interest in site-specificity,
  • ritual and altered states.

Often durational in nature, she creates visually poetic performances that resonate with a visceral depth.

She studied in Gdansk, Poland amidst the turmoil of Solidarity and Martial Law, and attained a Master of Fine Arts in 1983.

The Eastern European influence can still be seen in her rich figurative work.

She has been exhibiting for over 30 years with works held in many private and public collections.

This includes Artbank and her work has been shown at

  • the National Gallery Canberra,
  • National Art Gallery of Victoria and
  • Art Gallery of NSW amongst others.


She has bestowed the amazing

prestigious Blake Prize in 2004 with her painting, Pieta (Dafur).

Based in Northern Rivers NSW, she has held residencies both in Australia and overseas and was the 2007 Artist in Residence at the Sydney Royal Botanic Gardens.

She has performed with Tony Yap Co, Pacitti Co, La Pocha Nostra, senVoodoo (as co-founder) and Felix Ruckert.

Furthermore, Ana appeared in festivals nationally and internationally.

In 2013 she also performed in Java at Undisclosed Territories7 in Solo and exhibited in Jogyakarta.

As well as participating in Melaka Art & Performance Festival in Malaysia, where she will return in 2014.

She continues to create work reflective of her environment.


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