Jennifer and Shannon O’Neill are artists and curators from Australia. They have been collaborating on various creative projects since 2007.
Jennifer (Teo) O'Neill
Jennifer works across music, installation and Internet. She is the founder of Plum Industries, an event production and media & design business. Jennifer has produced and directed electronic and experimental music events in Sydney and Cairns, including festivals such as Liquid Architecture. She was the producer of the Eleveneleven experimental music podcast. Jennifer also has an extensive background in community development work, in the arts, disability and community sector, and has worked with Aboriginal communities in Central Australia and Cape York. She is also a qualified Occupational Therapist.
Shannon works across music, radio, Internet, performance, text, video and installation. He has collaborated with many leading Australian artists and has directed Australian arts festivals including Electrofringe and Liquid Architecture Sydney. He is the founder of Alias Frequencies, an organisation that promotes and publishes music and media art, and has written extensively on sound and media art for various publications. Shannon was a Lecturer in Media Arts at the University of Technology, Sydney, from 2002-2013, and has consulted for a number of organisations, including the Australia Council for the Arts.