From an article ‘How a beer at a uni bar sparked an idea that could save millions’ by Blake Foden in the Sydney Morning Herald. Click on beer to get the link to the SMH Site to read the full article
Racing Patience ICU can be a tough game. There’s no taking turns and it can be physical and fast. This video starts by explaining the rules and finishes with a call for the video referee.
Video still from a new work Blood on Silk: Blood Running, 2018. The video will be projected onto the surface of a wondercabinet zinc box set on the top of a table. Part of the video of the running blood will occasionally extend onto the floor.
“Doing the right thing at the right time is fantastic and doing the same thing at the wrong time is horrific,” he says.
Images from two of the three works forming part of the installation Blood on Silk: Gore in the foyer of the Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre in Penrith , Sydney Australia.
There have four segments of this programme designed to provide opportunities for an accidental interaction between an art/science work and the viewer. Visitors to the ofyer include students at the Penrith Conservatorium, children attending school holidays activities, workshops and performances, the evening theatre audience and casula passer by the adjacent park
From the 2nd July until 30th July 2018, Gore will be located in the foyer of the Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre in Penrith, Sydney. Curated by Dr Anika Mostaert and Christine Ghali, Gore is the last of four exhibitions as part of the Art/Science series called Curious.
Detail of Blood on Silk ; Bleeding Out as Imaged, 2018 rice paper, ink and revolving lights.