“It may be too late to stop the devastating forces unleashed by global capital from decimating biodiversity, but humanity may still have the chance to channel a less barren and loveless end.
According to Australian-American art duo Pony Express, we might even be able to enjoy it.”
Pony Express is an experimental, Live Art duo led by Ian Sinclair and Loren Kronemyer. Through their pandrogynous collaborative process, Pony Express work across platforms of media art, performance, video and transdisciplinary research. Creating immersive alternate realities that reflect themes of adaptation, global weirding and the slow apocalypse. Presenting in a diverse array of traditional and non-traditional venues and cooperating with communities, organisations and subcultures at the forefront of environmental futures.
The duo focus on queer ecologies and nonhuman politics to build worlds that trouble the ethical landscape of the present day.
Pony Express are seasonal lecturers at the Iceland University of the Arts, Listaháskóli Íslands and have exhibited or toured nationally and internationally including Fórum do Futuro Porto; Santarcangelo Festival; DARK MOFO; Underbelly Festival; Fringe World; Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts; Climate Century and Adhocracy – Vital Statistix; LiveWorks Festival of Experimental Art; Next Wave Festival; NIDA Art Colony – Vilnius Academy of Arts; Westspace Gallery; OktoLab Artback NT; Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies; Constance ARI; CP Projects Space; New York School of Visual Arts and the Australian Centre for Photography.
Pony Express have been profiled in Vice; The Guardian; ABC Arts; Vouge; i-D Magazine; The Creators Project; Queerty; GQ; Out magazine; IceHole; Broadly; Elephant; Asia Pacific Arts; Artlink; The Christian Post; Quadrant; The Spectator & HUSTLER.