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By Fleassy Malay


Medium & Materials: Paper & Foil

Measurements: 17 x 22 cm



  • At the Venue: At @ 9:15 - 9:30 pm when the event concludes
  • In Heidelberg Heights between the 19th -25th of Feb
  • In Parkville between the 19th - 25th of Feb


For delivery information, please speak to the curator, Jess at 0421286669 or in person during the events.


Vulva 2 (2024)

  • Fleassy (she/they) is a queer, gender-fluid, neurodiverse, artist from the UK now living, working, and creating on the lands of the Wurundjeri, Woi Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation. A multi-disciplinary artist, they explore a wide range of topics such as gender, belonging, sexuality, body positivity, connection and women’s and LGBTQIA+ rights.

    Primarily a writer, performer, and illustrator, Fleassy uses both visual and linguistic tools both separately and together and is known for their fierce-gentle style of storytelling.

    Fleassy Malay is the founder of Melbourne's NFP organisation Mother Tongue Poetry, they have published 2 poetry books, a children's book, and in 2022 they published an adults colouring book called “Hex The Patriarchy - An Adult Colouring Book for Depressed Witches".

    Fleassy Malay’s art is supported by her patrons on Patreon.

  • Artist Statement Platform Events

    Moist is a series of art works exploring the ever changing and challenged relationship with the artists ageing body. Raised in a world that both shamed and silenced the innate sexuality of their being whilst scrutinising every curve, lump, and hair they grew; Fleassy is exploring the nuanced and complex relationship they now find themselves in with themself.

    As a multidisciplinary artists, gender fluid woman, and bi/pansexual being, Fleassy Malay approaches all creative expression with a sense of fluidity and a need to share a balanced perspective. This series is designed to both celebrate their relationship to their body and sexuality whilst owning the tender and shame-ridden place it can be at times.

    The artist aim is, as always, to leave their audience wet at both ends.

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