Janette Gay works between Sydney and Adelaide as a visual and media artist.
By experimenting with photography and video digital technology, as well as performance Janette Gay aims to represent issues related to how the architectural space of the urban landscape can limit and confine urban living. Her video work mainly focuses on creating fictitious worlds from the maze of city architecture around us. Urban environments, with their grid-like arrangements and white walls can serve to structure space and isolate individuals. Inside these environments, by incorporating performance into videos and paintings, Janette Gay is interested in representing how individuals deal with the intimacy of urban apartment space.