Symposium 22

Wagga Wagga painting by Owen Lyons.

Owen Lyons 22

Owen Lyons is a Wiradjuri artist and resident of Wagga Wagga. He will give a brief presentation of his work on Wednesday December 7 at 3.45pm. A selection of his paintings will be exhibited in the HR Gallop Gallery for the duration of the Symposium. Image above: Wagga Wagga, Owen Lyons, large-format work commissioned by […]

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Tracy Sorensen

Tracy Sorensen Can subaltern organs speak? Symposium presentation 2pm Thurs Dec 8 The ecological crises confronting the world today are supported by a way of viewing the material substance of the world as both infinitely exploitable and lacking in agency and value of its own. This way of seeing the world is, in turn, supported

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Sandra Stewart 22

Sandra Stewart Reflecting on process Symposium presentation 10.30am Wed Dec 7 (via Zoom) Reflection invokes images of Monet paintings with floating water lilies, a peaceful meditative scenario. It can also be chaotic, scary, and a challenge for learners who wish to create art but do not have art’s building blocks or foundations. They have no

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Jock Cheetham 22

Jock Cheetham Behind “Running in to grief” Symposium presentation 2.30pm Wed Dec 7 (via Zoom) When someone suffers deep loss, they are left between the living and the dead. They become lodged between reticent neighbours and troubled strangers; without foundation, falling. The lucky ones may land in some barren crevice, searching for meaning even while

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Jared VanDuinen

Jared van Duinen Worldbuilding as Historical Research: a Method for ‘Creative Histories’ Symposium presentation 2pm Wed Dec 7 This presentation aims to mine the crevice between academic non-fiction history and fictional worldbuilding and explore ways in which the theory and method of academic history can be combined with the creative method and practice of fictional

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Jacqui O’Reilly 22

Jacqui O’Reilly Return from Erasure: place, identity and intercultural relations in media arts practice Symposium presentation 11.30am Wed Dec 7 This electro-acoustic sound & moving image performance is an immersive and reflexive time based experience and connects to the work of the same name exhibited at the Crevice Communities Exhibition 2021. Drawing on deep listening

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Frank Prem 22

Frank Prem Ida: Searching For The Jazz Baby Symposium presentation Thurs Dec 8 Ida Pender, jazz dancer, associate and (ultimately) the 3rd and final wife of the notorious gangster Lesley ‘Squizzy’ Taylor in 1920’s Melbourne, will be revealed as a larger than life historical character in her own right. Fascinating to police and public alike.The

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Diane Cass 22

Diane Cass Finding Light in Unimaginable Darkness During the early months of 2019 I received a life-changing diagnosis. What made this particularly uncommon, was the fact that all my children also received the same diagnosis. We very quickly found out that the disease is degenerative and incurable. As a result, we tried to find some

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Louise Curham 22

Louise Curham Some art takes place in small, little-known, interdependent communities – crevices. Internationally, expanded cinema has flourished in a series of interconnected crevices but expanded cinema involves technology and live performance. The point of expanded cinema is that the work takes place live with an audience, within a community or a scene. Expanded cinema

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Sam Bowker 2022

Sam Bowker Golden Shadows: The Making of “The Alchemist’s Jar” Symposium presentation 12.30pm Thurs Dec 8 “The Alchemist’s Jar” (2022-2023) is a new shadow theatre concert with live music – original, historic, and contemporary – inspired by the storytelling traditions of Egyptian medieval shadow puppetry (khayal al-zill in Arabic, or karagoz in Turkey and Greece),

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