The 7 July 2012 edition of our Pegboard is now online. Boy, it’s chilly but there are some hot hot shows on this month, including The Greater Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere on the road, Tiffany Singh in the Biennale of Sydney and Zoe Scoglio at Meat Market. We profile them all and give you the scoop on [...]
The Greater Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere (GACPS) is on a diplomatic mission to Artereal Gallery, Sydney this month, presenting artefacts from the NWF 2012 exhibition. Conceived as an embassy for a fictional pan-Asian empire, GACPS explores the duality of the artists’ cultural legacy as Australians of both Western and Asian heritage. Works from the exhibition [...]
Liesel Zink’s fifteen, developed as part of Kickstart and presented at NWF 2012, will be weaving through a new audience in Brisbane this September. Featuring as part of Under the Radar at Brisbane Festival, fifteen brings fluid choreography to an unusual stage – the space between commuters in rush hour pedestrian traffic. Immersed in [...]
NWF 2012 Artist Tiffany Singh storms Sydney with her new work Knock on the sky listen to the sound on now as part of the 18th Biennale of Sydney. Drawing on ceremonial materials and ritual practices, the work builds on Singh’s philosophies and practice, making the sky above Pier 2/3 a musical, sacred space. [...]
Arts House Meat Market gets geological later this month with Shifting Ground, an installation/performance work by NW Alumnus Zoe Scoglio. The boundaries between human and rock fall away in this new work as physical transformations mirror our own transformations, exploring the idea that all forms are temporal and metamorphic. Sights and sounds map a journey [...]
The 21 June 2012 edition of our Pegboard is now online. The skies may be dark but your Pegboard is shining with news about Next Wave alumni shows around Australia, exciting art news and opportunities, and a giveaway from Melbourne Recital Centre. Read on for more!
SafARI, the unofficial fringe event to the Biennale of Sydney, is on again this year, redirecting some of the intense attention on Sydney to the work of exciting emerging artists. Crossing disciplines of sound, performance, installation, sculpture, painting, photography and new media, the 16 emerging and unrepresented Australian artists, including Next Wave Festival 2012 [...]