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I found it fascinating on lots of different levels — visually, and on an aesthetic level. I found it kind of surreal. There were these big men dressed up as babies, and when I first went to the club they were all crawling around on the floor acting like babies. So it was a very visual kind of attraction, but it also had this underlying psychological fascination. So it was not only this incredible visual opportunity, and a creative opportunity, but I also saw it as a journey, or an anthropological study almost. I think it was more a fetish. So I really understood that, but, at the end of the day, seven years later, I began to wonder how much of that really was what it was about. Do you think that was the beginnings of an interest in exploring fetish in your work, because looking at your current exhibition Monster there is a sort of fetish element to these works also. Can you discuss that a little bit? 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There is red, which obviously symbolises blood, and people are sort of shoved in body stockings and their faces are distorted. Can you talk a little bit about that? For me it is not necessarily the colour red, but the shape of the circle is literally on an aesthetic level one of my favourite shapes. I am really into organic shapes, so round feels organic. The thing is that I could try and psychoanalsye myself, and there were quite a few years that I was in therapy, but nothing that I can remember explains this work, or explains any of my work. I think that artists in a lot of cases — you know good artists — almost have second sight. What I mean by second sight is that they are very good at absorbing or kind of knowing their environment, or the broader environment. So somewhere along the line maybe I was aware of something that was quite foreboding. It feels to me that a lot of my work is kind of like that, in particular this body of work. One thing that did stand out immediately to me when I looked at the work was that it does have this violent undertone and the use of the colour red almost highlights that. Also the way these female figures are bound and gagged, while aesthetically pleasing to look at, it was a little bit confronting. So I was curious to understand the background of these works, and whether this sort of representation of women in your work reflects or portrays in some way your own experience as a woman. So, I remember having very big feelings as a child. I was quite a forceful little girl. I also remember at a very young age I wanted to be a boy. Well, yeah. I think that a lot of my work is, if I am going to psychoanalyse it, more about that. So the violent and the sexual kind of presence, and the connotation in my work is very much metaphoric. The binding, the gagging, all of that is very much on some level about being oppressed. At some point understanding or being told that, and this can happen to boys as well. In actual fact — and you and I talked about this the other day — my son was misunderstood and basically not listened to, and not believed in a lot of ways, and luckily my husband and I listened to him and understood, because we were as culture-shocked as he was. Just to give this some context, this was after your move to L. Yeah, so this Monster body of work is sort of in the middle of all this, the whole journey — the six years of severe culture shock, my son being treated as an outcast, in whichever community we put him in. So in a way this body of work is very indicative of what I was actually going through, which was literally being gagged and bound. But I feel like this has also been my whole life. And then whether people like it or not is for me kind of irrelevant. Can you explain what you meant by that? 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Walking around the exhibition another surprise element struck me as a gallery assistant came along and flipped one of the works around, revealing another work on the backside — excuse the pun. Curious to hear what was motivating Borland when she produced these works I approached her, nervously at first. As it turns out she has actually been living in Los Angeles with her film director husband John Hillcoat and their sixteen year old son Louie for the past six years while she produced this body of work. After you completed art school you predominantly worked as an editorial photographer for a long time. What brought about the shift when you began focusing on producing work as a visual artist? While I was at Prahan College in the 80s, which is the Victorian College of the Arts now, every semester you had to produce a body of work, and it was totally self-generated. Back then if you were a photographer and you were good, you did all of it. 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You did editorial, you did portraiture, you did fashion, you did your own work… So I was doing all of it, but mainly focused on photographing people. It was actually one of the technicians at Prahan College that suggested I do fashion. In a way now when I look back on it, the directions that I went after I left college were not the direction I really should have taken. Eventually, around the early to mid 90s I realised that the editorial world was sucking me dry and I needed to really focus on my own personal work. So, I stopped doing fashion and I was doing a bit of reportage work — which is sort of like photojournalism — and I was beginning to be known for offbeat reportage and quirky subjects like the Star Trek people, to nudists, to you name it. Then a friend of mine told me about this phenomenon called adult babies. So I went and did a magazine article of them, but none of them would allow their faces to be seen. I found it fascinating on lots of different levels — visually, and on an aesthetic level. I found it kind of surreal. There were these big men dressed up as babies, and when I first went to the club they were all crawling around on the floor acting like babies. So it was a very visual kind of attraction, but it also had this underlying psychological fascination. So it was not only this incredible visual opportunity, and a creative opportunity, but I also saw it as a journey, or an anthropological study almost. I think it was more a fetish. So I really understood that, but, at the end of the day, seven years later, I began to wonder how much of that really was what it was about. Do you think that was the beginnings of an interest in exploring fetish in your work, because looking at your current exhibition Monster there is a sort of fetish element to these works also. Can you discuss that a little bit? The adult babies was one I had a particular interest in because it fed all my imagination. So there was the surreal aspect to it, there was the idea of giant babies, it was a phenomenon that I had never heard about before and few people in those days when I photographed them had really heard about. Nobody had ever really properly documented the phenomenon, so for me it was a particular fetish that I found interesting. There are a few things in your work that stood out to me in that way, particularly this one you have titled Gag where it appears to be featuring a woman who has an object shoved in her mouth, and a stocking pulled over her head, distorting her face. There seems to be a repetition of what appear to be female figures that are bound with their arms behind their back, and one where she is kneeling, bent over with her head down toward the floor. I suppose those sort of elements could be read as being fetishistic in nature. There is red, which obviously symbolises blood, and people are sort of shoved in body stockings and their faces are distorted. Can you talk a little bit about that? For me it is not necessarily the colour red, but the shape of the circle is literally on an aesthetic level one of my favourite shapes. I am really into organic shapes, so round feels organic. The thing is that I could try and psychoanalsye myself, and there were quite a few years that I was in therapy, but nothing that I can remember explains this work, or explains any of my work. I think that artists in a lot of cases — you know good artists — almost have second sight. What I mean by second sight is that they are very good at absorbing or kind of knowing their environment, or the broader environment. So somewhere along the line maybe I was aware of something that was quite foreboding. It feels to me that a lot of my work is kind of like that, in particular this body of work. One thing that did stand out immediately to me when I looked at the work was that it does have this violent undertone and the use of the colour red almost highlights that. Also the way these female figures are bound and gagged, while aesthetically pleasing to look at, it was a little bit confronting. So I was curious to understand the background of these works, and whether this sort of representation of women in your work reflects or portrays in some way your own experience as a woman. So, I remember having very big feelings as a child. I was quite a forceful little girl. I also remember at a very young age I wanted to be a boy. Well, yeah. I think that a lot of my work is, if I am going to psychoanalyse it, more about that. So the violent and the sexual kind of presence, and the connotation in my work is very much metaphoric. The binding, the gagging, all of that is very much on some level about being oppressed. 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Yeah, so this Monster body of work is sort of in the middle of all this, the whole journey — the six years of severe culture shock, my son being treated as an outcast, in whichever community we put him in. So in a way this body of work is very indicative of what I was actually going through, which was literally being gagged and bound. But I feel like this has also been my whole life. And then whether people like it or not is for me kind of irrelevant. Can you explain what you meant by that? I do think things through, but I also work very much on an intuitive level. So there is a bit of pre-thought, but a lot of it is actually in the moment. This is the thing. I come from the school of thought that you are either an artist or you are not. Do you feel like having that trauma in your background comes out in your work, or your art practice helps you process that in some way? I think it does help you process it, and again, I think we talked about this the other day, and work for me is therapeutic, so being creative is therapeutic. You know, and afraid of not being a good girl. And so probably all those things were playing into it. Well, Mike Kelley is someone that I think is amazing. I think I only really looked at his work properly when I got to Los Angeles, when there was a retrospective. He actually killed himself. He was an extraordinary artist. His work is very varied, but incredible. I think he is a genius. And of course there is Diane Arbus — and how fearless was she? So she was an anthropologist, I suppose, and non-judgmental. I think he is extraordinary. Well I think that Smudge was quite playful. So there are actually the photos between Nick, Mark, and Sherry. The predominant photos are of Mark. So, I think it is kind of playful, but again, I think there is a lot of male energy in Smudge, and weirdly even though you think the works in Monster are darker and more sinister, I think they are more beautiful. Right, basically because a lot of my work is also about transformation, and distortion, I think that with the tapestries it was another way of transforming and distorting. Also I love the 70s, I love those sort of artsy and crafty things. Definitely, when I went to your opening the other day an exciting element of that experience was seeing these works being flipped and having that reverse side revealed, and waiting in anticipation for the next one to be flipped. It is quite a stand out feature of this body of work. It was like my canvas, you know. It was what I could do to create the scene of the person that was in front of the camera. So it was always about altering my reality. Always, and right from the beginning it was about the framing, it was about the light, it was about who I photographed, it was about what they were wearing, you know, every little element. I can see that. Right, and were you there when I was talking about the dress that I had as a kid? So it was like my surprise dress, and I see these very much as like a surprise. Melbourne based artist, Andy Rijs has a love of colour, a passion for treasure hunting, and a playful nature, all of which have found a way into their current arts practice. Rijs explores themes around gender, sexuality, and the abject body. Prior to this, Rijs has been a practicing artist for a number of years. Their practice spans painting, drawing, sculpture, installation, photography, and digital media. Your email address will not be published. Subscribe to Art World Women. We respect your email privacy. Art World Women. Toggle Navigation. What was it about adult babies and that scene that really interested you? 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