From 15th August to 1st of September, we are having an exhibition at the At The Vanishing Point gallery in Newtown, located at 565 King Street, Newtown. This show is a showcase for our new work this year, which we first experimented with at the memebrain hackfest event this year, organised by DLux Media Arts as part of ISEA 2013. We further developed the concepts we took away from the event and produced several media works out of it. Continue reading
We will be at the Sydney end of Memebrain 2013 (part of ISEA 2013) and will be hacking with other artists on Friday 14 of June. Come see us hack.
Hi people, we are at the moment enjoying our stay at the Gunyah artist-in-residency program. We have been here for a few days and will be here for a few more. It has been great to be here away from the usual hustle and bustle, to be able to concentrate on solving artistic problems. If you want to read more about our stay, watch this space. We are also featured in the Gunyah artist-in-residence blog.
As part of a collaboration between Sculpture by the Sea and David Jones Elizabeth Street store, an exhibition of sculptures called “Sculpture by the Sea On Seven” is opening on Friday January 11th, 2013 and will stay open during store trading hours until Sunday January 20th. It features selected works from previous Sculpture by the Sea exhibitions. Continue reading
We would like to wish everyone a happy and safe festive season
Last night, along with a couple of hundred other people, we made our way to the historic township of Wollombi to witness the opening of the 10th Sculpture in the Vineyards exhibition. It was a well-attended event with a notable performance by the Ngurra bu aboriginal culture group which engaged the visitors with the traditional dance of the local people. Continue reading
After many days of hard work and hardly any phone reception, we have finally finished installing our sculptures for the Sculpture in the Vineyards 2012. For this event, we have installed two pieces, our Chairs of Jakarta and Let’s Face the Music and Dance. They have been installed at the Noyce Brothers cellar door in Wollombi and at Stonehurst Cedar Creek. Continue reading