Artist profiles

  • Fayen d'Evie

    Fayen d’Evie

    Fayen is an artist and writer whose practice engages with installation, performance, conversation, publishing and writing.
  • Angela Tiatia

    Angela Tiatia

  • Merilyn Fairskye

    Merilyn Fairskye

    In the rapidly evolving environment around image reproduction and distribution, it’s important that Viscopy continues to defend artists’ right to have their intentions respected and to be acknowledged and paid for the use of their work.

    Merilyn Fairskye

  • Anne Zahalka

    Anne Zahalka

    I value having an organisation that protects and manages my intellectual property. Creating artworks and knowing there are guidelines and laws ensuring the integrity of the work is upheld is very important, particularly with all the infringements that can occur.

    Anne Zahalka

  • Blak Douglas

    Blak Douglas

    Copyright is extremely important to me as an artist. Artists are highly likely to be exploited at some point throughout their career. We need to acknowledge that free reign is not acceptable.

    Blak Douglas

  • Lindy Lee in Sydney's Chinatown. Photo: Nick Cubbin.

    Lindy Lee

    What artists do is make the invisible undercurrents of human interaction visible and that’s an extremely important job. Copyright gives respect and recognition to the artist’s contribution to society and community.

    Lindy Lee