profiler sep 17, 2014
RT Profiler 6
RT Profiler 6 looks at performance from a number of angles. Plus there are profiles and a special report by Keith Gallasch who's been checking the fine print of the Australia Council's 5 year plan. And don't miss our survey on art-making couples.
realtime tv: Andrew Upton, Sydney Theatre Company
Artistic Director of the Sydney Theatre Company talks with Keith Gallasch about some of the highlights of the 2015 season.
realtime tv: Julie Vulcan, performance & installation artist
Julie Vulcan chats about recent and upcoming live art as well as her artistic trajectory from visual to performing artist.
Interview: Cat Jones, multi-disciplinary artist
Ben Brooker chats with Cat Jones about her artistic research into neuroscience, our senses and perception.
Interview: Tim Watts, The Last Great Hunt
Tim Watts, one of the minds behind It's Dark Outside and The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik, talks with Keith Gallasch about the formation of the new company The Last Great Hunt and their upcoming show Falling through Clouds.
In Profile: David Rosetzky, Gaps
Urszula Dawkins is drawn in by the detail writ large in David Rosetzky's recent large scale video work at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI)
In Profile: Matt Warren, mumble(speak), III - real and imagined scenarios Gail Priest
Gail Priest delves into the hauntological with Hobart-based artist Matt Warren, discussing his most recent release, iii - real and imagined scenarios.
SPECIAL REPORT: Australia Council’s Five-Year Strategic Plan
Keith Gallasch fills us in on the Australia Council’s new Five-Year Strategic Plan which includes a highly responsive grants model and welcome clarity of purpose in the organisation’s goals and sense of advocacy.
Making art with the one you love. Alexandra Clapham & Penelope Benton | Clocked Out (Erik Griswold & Vanessa Tomlinson) | Claire Healy & Sean Cordeiro | Andrew Morrish & Rosalind Crisp | Sally Rees & Matt Warren |The Ronalds (Shannon & Patrick) | Starrs & Cmielewski (Josephine & Leon)
Contributor profile: Briony Kidd
RT's Hobart-based correspondent (and Horror Film Festival director) Briony Kidd shares her thoughts reviewing and contexts.
Contributor profile: Gail Priest
RT's Online Producer talks about working for RT for 15 years and her passion for words and sounds.
Partial Durations: BIFEM
Over at the RealTime affiliated music blog Partial Durations, Matthew Lorenzon offers generous coverage of the recent Bendigo International Festival of Exploratory Music.
Banners: Brenton Alexander Smith, The Bicycle Man, 2013, photo Hyun Lee; Thomas Greenfield, Leonard Mickelo, Patyegarang, Bangarra, photo by Jess Bialek; Motel Dreaming photo Simon Cuthbertson, courtesy of Motel Dreaming, DARK MOFO, MONA Museum of Old and New Art; Roy Ananda, Slow crawl into infinity, 2014, installation view, courtesy Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art
realtime 122 aug-sept 2014
Arts Education: Necessity & reinvention
Art & Design UNSW
VCA, University of Melbourne
Centre for Theatre and Performance, Monash University
Adelaide College of the Arts
Survey: performance, acting, dance, design courses
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
Brenton Alexander Smith, The Bicycle Man, 2013, SCA Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours); one of a series of photographs and stand-alone sculptures (see page 22); photo Hyun Lee
Banners: Brenton Alexander Smith, The Bicycle Man, 2013, photo Hyun Lee; Thomas Greenfield, Leonard Mickelo, Patyegarang, Bangarra, photo by Jess Bialek; Motel Dreaming
photo Simon Cuthbertson, courtesy of Motel Dreaming, DARK MOFO, MONA Museum of Old and New Art; Roy Ananda, Slow crawl into infinity, 2014, installation view, courtesy Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art