Get to Work is the collaborative practice of Tracy Quan, Georgia Taia and Paris Taia. All members graduated from Sydney College of the Arts in 2015, with Paris and Tracy holding degrees in photomedia, and Georgia in sculpture, performance and installation.
Coming from different studio practices, their collaboration focuses on the body, amateur dance and performance to playfully explore quirks of contemporary living, social behaviour and cultural identity. The pursuit to find social belonging is often humorously explored through music and dance, relieving the potential pressures, particularly in Australia, to be culturally categorised.
Get to Work is the collaborative practice of Sydney-based artists Tracy Quan, Georgia Taia and Paris Taia. With a practice utilising video, performance and installation, Get to Work draw upon Chinese, European and Oceania ancestry to investigate cultural identity in Australia. Get to Work have presented artworks at Blak Dot Melbourne, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Firstdraft, National Art School, and performed in the 20th Biennale of Sydney in collaboration with Salote Tawale for Barbara Cleveland.