When you realise that the camping lantern with led lights isn’t powerful enough and it’s pattern of flashing is SOS in Morse code.
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First detail of this work for the Governance show at Old Government House, Parramatta, Sydney, Australia curated by Lizzy Marshall.
Exhibition runs from 9th March to 16th April 2017
Opening 9th March 6- 8 p.m.
The exhibition of site specific works in the site of European governance in the early days of the NSW Colony will address a range of responses to the contemporary issue of governance.
Ash Tray with silver crosses, 2017 paint and found object
Two new Science Museums – London and Melbourne, expand the original exhibition in the Science Gallery Dublin in 2015 with exhibitions later this year around around June to October 2017. The dates are yet to be finalised.
Have a look at the exhibits from the Dublin starting point. My favourite is woofwoof by Franko B (UK) https://dublin.sciencegallery.com/blood/woofwoof
Image credit – The Science Museum London website
Blog post by Jess Vilvestre
A short video ( 1 and a half minutes ) showing the interaction of the audience with the work Blood on Silk: Bleeding Out . click here to watch and then let me know what you think.
Report on one of the roundtables at the 2016 TransCultural Exchange on Artists working with Medicine.
ARISTS: Fiona Davies, Beata Geyer, Sarah Keighery and Daniel Kojta
For the 1st Worldwide Apartment and Studio Biennale, Modern Art Projects will hold their first Studio – MAP show. Two of the group, artists Beata Geyer and Fiona Davies work with highly saturated colour but utilise the optical properties in almost opposing ways. They have quite different practices and this obsession with saturated colour is one of the few obvious points of overlap. Despite this, they share a great interest in each other’s work.
In this project, COLOUR RUN, they will be working in collaboration both as artists and as curators to analyse the processes underlying each other’s and their own practices. Using experiment and play, making and curating they will produce works together in installation in and amongst the existing work already in the studio space. A process of collaboration through cross studio residency informs this study of the site through colour, process, light and object.
The event will also feature artists: Daniel Kojta and Sarah Keighery.
MAP, Modern Art Projects, is a social and cultural engagement program established in 2013 by a small group of contemporary artists and curators designed to explore the nexus of art and architecture via a broad inter-disciplinary field. It has rapidly grown into the premiere contemporary arts organisation in the Blue Mountains, NSW, co-ordinating programs in a broad range of cultural activities including a multiplicity of contemporary artistic practices, artists residencies, writings on art and culture and the archiving of local histories.
Event Tickets are free and available via Eventbriteeventbrite link