profiler jul 22, 2015
RT Profiler 11
Profiler 11 situates itself firmly in Asia, with reports from Ansan and Seoul in South Korea, and an interview with OzAsia Festival director Joseph Mitchell. Plus artist profiles and more.
Interview: Joseph Mitchell, OzAsia Festival
Keith Gallasch speaks to the exuberant and passionate Joseph Mitchell, Artistic Director of Adelaide’s upcoming OzAsia Festival.
Ansan Street Arts Festival
Tristan Meecham and Bec Reid (Fun Run, All The Queens Men) and Madeleine Flynn and Tim Humphrey (Megaphone Project) report on their experiences at the Ansan Street Arts Festival in South Korea.
RealTime Traveller: Seoul, Korea
Gail Priest headed off to Seoul in search of the future, in particular what the future might sound like, and discovered a plethora of galleries and artistic activity.
Interview: Michael Dagostino, Campbelltown Arts Centre, I Can Hear Dancing
CEO Michael Dagostino discusses CAC’s forthcoming program of three works, I CAN HEAR DANCING. Three years in the making, it dispenses with the usual hierarchy to bring together contemporary musicians and choreographers on an equal platform.
Rug up and immerse yourself in Carriageworks’ monumental 24 Frames Per Second dance-screen installations [ends 2 Aug] and Sue Healey’s On View: Live Portraits at Performance Space [ends 25 July].
In Profile: Jason James
Jason James is a Tasmanian based artist, lighting designer, video designer, curator, and a multitude of other things. His most recent works, Angry Electrons and Crevasse, were shown at Dark MOFO Festival in Hobart.
In Profile: Nick Power
Sydney based b*boy and independent choreographer Nick Power, tells us about his first full-length independent work, Cypher.
realtime 128 aug-sept 2015
Arts Education: Introduction
Teaching photography: practically & conceptually
National Experimental Arts Forum
OzAsia Festival 2015: The Streets
4a Centre For Contemporary Asian Art: 48Hr Incident
gideon obarzanek: after glow
keith gallasch, chunky move’s gideon obarzanek, rt81
garry stewart: dance evolution in the age of robotics
erin brannigan, adt's devolution, rt71
lucy guerin: between temperature & temperament
jonathan marshall, rt52
rosalind crisp: a european future
erin brannigan, rt48
helen herbertson: the place where things slip
philipa rothfield, delirium, rt36
tess de quincey & stuart lynch: dancing the city
keith gallasch, compression 100, de quincey lynch, rt11
Athanasia, 2014 (detail), Broc Webster, University of NSW Art & Design, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Honours
Oil on canvas, large format film photography, digital painting, ink, acrylic, wood, audio and found materials. 3 mins, 29 seconds.
Broc Webster’s “Athanasia explores the metaphysical notion of rebirth: the evolutionary continuance of the spirit beyond bodily death. By weaving interrelated narratives throughout imagery pertaining to differing eras, a progressive ancestral trail is suggested. Mounted on a wall, a vitrine acts as a museological stage: a closed system environment akin to that of our universe, where narratives play out before being ultimately retired, boxed and archived as their successors take their place. Various works scattered on the ground evidence this recurring process, as each image and its accompanying narrative represents an era distinct from the others on display, made clear through the use of historic and contemporary artistic techniques, media and subject matter”. Catalogue HATCHED National Graduate Show, 2015 PICA, WA