Will & Garrett Huxley
Melbourne Laneway Festival 2019
Hong Kong Design Week 2018
Meredith Music Festival 2018
Love Exhibition 2018
Melbourne Immigration Museum
W Hotel Launch
Greater Together 2018
Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts
Melbourne Fringe Festival 2018
Top of the World presentation and Flag design
John Wardle Architects and Spacecraft Studio 2018
Archibald Prize Finalists
Art Gallery of NSW 2018
Portrait painted by Sally Ross
Melbourne Launch 2018
Sydney Mardi Gras 2018
Queer Art After Hours 2018
Art Gallery of NSW
Midsumma Closing Night 2018
Meredith Music Festival 2017
collaboration with Gabi Barton
Melbourne Music Week 2017
Fuck You Orchestra
Old Bar Melbourne
Video and performance art work in response to the cruelty of the Australian Marriage plebiscite. Dedicated to the NO voters.
All of My Friends Were There
Arts Centre Melbourne
Experimental art collaboration with Discordia group
Sydney Contemporary Art Fair
For Curious Eyes Only
Melbourne Spring Fashion Week
House of Dior Gala
National Gallery of Victoria
Pizzazz on a Plate
Castlemaine State Festival
Cane Toads an Unnatural History Performance and Video/Costume Art
Queer Art After Dark
Art Gallery of NSW and Sydney Mardi Gras 2017
David Bowie Tribute
'Everybody is going to die' 2016
The Arbory 2016
Supplefox collaboration with Shaun Gladwell and Garrett and Will Huxley
photos by Shannyn Higgins
THE FLESH FANATICS
Melbourne Fringe Festival 2016
live photos by Theresa Harrison
DUETS - The Stain
La Mamma Theatre
image by Theresa Harrison
'All That We Cannot Say' 2016
Melba Spiegeltent 2016
Dance Magic Dance 2016
Australian International Documentary Conference AIDC 2016
Got To Be Real AIDC video art 2016
BOWIE TRIBUTE 2016
Diamond Dogs - Carlton Club
MELBOURNE FRINGE FESTIVAL 2015
Will and Garrett Huxley present S.O.S for the Melbourne Fringe Festival event 'The Side Part'
M PAVILION 2015 COMMISSION PERFORMANCE
Will & Garrett Huxley commissioned to perform at two events for the M Pavilion project 2015 in conjunction with the Naomi Milgrom Foundation. Performance featuring artists Gabi Barton, Benjamin Hancock and James Andrews.
WORKS ON GLITTER
Will & Garrett Huxley art works and costumes on Glitter 2015
Will & Garrett Huxley invited to create performance and costumes for Mitchelton Winery Halloween festival 'Hallowine'
GET OVER THE RAINBOW
Will & Garrett Huxley commissioned to produce photographic, costume, video and performance work for the BESEN foundation private event. The work is a dark tribute to Judy Garland and the Wizard of Oz. The performance featured artists Tanzer, Benjamin Hancock, Gabi Barton and James Andrews.
'GET OVER THE RAINBOW' video work
'Somewhere Over the Rainbow' guide track by Tanzer
SUGAR MOUNTAIN FESTIVAL
Will & Garrett Huxley created costumes for the Sugar Mountain festival. Costumes used in the promotion of the music festival.
DARK MOFO 2015 MONA GALLERY
Will and Garrett Huxley were invited to perform and showcase work at Dark Mofo 2015 part of MONA galleries winter arts festival. Presenting video, performance and costume work from their S.O.S Style Over Substance project. Curated by SuppleFox
Phil Kitt Photography, courtesy of Supple Fox, Blacklist & Dark Mofo
Fur Real Dark Mofo 2015
Costume and concept by Garrett and Will Huxley. Performance Gabi Barton, Will and Garrett Huxley
Garrett Huxley, Gabi Barton and Will Huxley
Will Huxley, Gabi Barton & Garrett Huxley
Garrett Huxley, Gabi Barton and Will Huxley
Performers Ben Hancock and James Andrews
'Deaf Roll' music video
S.O.S style over substance featured in Dark Mofo 2015
S.O.S 'On Tour'
Will and Garrett Huxley's billboard art work.Depicting an S.O.S Tour disaster.
The S.O.S 'On Tour' art work was featured on a billboard on Melbourne's iconic Punt road. With over a million estimated drivers a week this colourful work got maximum exposure.
Will and Garrett's Glam Room and art work is features in the Bakehouse Art Project book. Published by Penguin Asutralia
Will and Garrett undertook a pop up art installation by running a bar for a month in Melbourne's popular Carlton Club Hotel. Makling over an empty white room from scratch to feature colourful art works and an immersive disco decadent experience. The Bar was a high concept experience featuring art works pasted on lurid walls. Performance art every week. Costumes and constant extravaganza. It was a mini stuido 54 on an art trip. Will and Garrett won two awards for the bar. Including The Best Bar prize from the Carlton and the Public vote for most popular Bar.
Each week there was a diverse range of enteratainmnet add performance art. Featuring a variety show called Glittoris a 'So You Think You Can Dance' competition as well as 'Lip Sync for Your Life' and 'The World's Smallest Runway'.
Virgin Melbourne Australia Fashion Festival 2015
S.O.S Style Over Substance music video, 'Eat Glitter' S.O.S is a band without a song.
This clip does not feature it's own soundtrack. Eat Glitter is a music video which can work to whatever sound track you desire. The music in this instance is provided by Arthur Russell - 'Go Bang'
As part of the event Dress Loud for Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival 2015 Will and Garrett Huxley produced a glam rock diaster themed music video for their fictional glam rock band S.O.S Style Over Substance. The show was presented at Melbourne's iconic recording space Bakehouse Studios in Richmond. They presented a music video and a fashion runway with a rock n roll capsule collection. Curated by artist Michelle Boyd the presentation was a high octane mix of colour and theatrics.
Dress Loud for Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival 2015.
S.O.S present the Eat Glitter Runway at Bakehouse Studios Melbourne.
GLAM ROCK DISASTER
Bakehouse Music Studio's Melbourne invited artists to create work for each of their recording rooms. On this project Will Huxley collaborated with his partner Garrett Huxley to create a seven metre photographic mural in a glam rock disaster theme. The project has lead to them collaborating toward future art works with their fictional band, S.O.S (Style Over Substance).
This video art project was created for the Melbourne Fringe Festival 2014. It is a celebration of dance in all its awkward, sublime and fantstic glory. Lovingly pieced together from films and performances that make you laugh, make you cringe and most importantly make you want to get up and dance .