ANAT and Carbon Arts are pleased to announce the Call for Proposals for three high‐profile artworks to be developed for
Lend Lease sites in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney.
Winning artists / artist-led teams for each of the sites will come together in Sydney from 29 October – 2 November to
participate in an Australia Council supported Art Lab led by world-leaders in data-driven arts practice. The proposed
timeline for the production of the artworks is late 2012 – mid 2013.
Proposal Deadline: 5pm (CST) Friday 27th July 2012
Download the Guidelines for details about what is required and how to apply.
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Opening Thursday 10th November 6-8pm Screenspace 30 Guildford Lane Melbourne 3000
Live Performance at 7pm Penny Baron, Vanessa Chapple, Kate Hunter and Kate Kantor read and
mimic from Tell Me Something: A Field Guide to the Voices of an
Unkindness of Ravens
birdbrain looks at our relationship with urban corvids (crows and
ravens) and seagulls and explores our mixed relationship with these
common noisy and highly intelligent birds through voice and language,
including the spoken and written word. While we admire these birds’
abilities in terms of survival, intelligence and ingenuity we also feel
threatened by these very attributes that we share with them.
The project consists of audiovisual installation work including field
recordings, bird mimicry, spoken and written texts as well as an
artist’s book posing as a kind of mock field guide. Four performers
and ten writers have contributed to the project.
Performers and Readers: Melissa Alley, Penny Baron, Vanessa Chapple,
Kate Hunter, Kate Kantor, Yifang Lu and Mateja Simenko.
Writers: Giovanni Aloi, Steve Baker, Geraldine Barlow, Rene ten Bos,
Michele Faguet, Clare Halstead, Cathy Lane, Jane O’Neill, Robin
Tassie, Jessica Ullrich and Andrew Whitehouse.
Sound Engineer: The Fantastic Laura B.
Exhibition Dates 9th-26th November 2011
Screenspace 30 Guildford Lane Melbourne 3000
12-6 Wednesday – Saturday http://www.screenspace.com
Ausin Tung Gallery, 164 High St, Prahran. VIC
Wednesday 26 October 2011 to Saturday 19 November 2011
This exhibition culls together the photography and video work from Mathieu Borysevicz, an artist from NYC, who has been probing the heart of the Yangtze River Delta for many years. Borysevicz presents his allegorical Changning District Orchestra, a three-channeled video installation that uses the soundtrack of the city as a vehicle to expose the colorful contradictions of Shanghai’s contemporary
The Yangtze River Delta (YRD) in China is one of the most urbanized places on the planet. In the 100,000 square kilometers between Nanjing to Ningbo there are over 90 million people inhabiting 16 mega-cities. This exhibition culls together the photography and video work from Mathieu Borysevicz, an artist from NYC who has been probing the heart of the YRD for many years. Borysevicz presents his allegorical Changning District Orchestra, a three-channeled video installation that uses the soundtrack of the city as a vehicle to expose the colorful contradictions of Shanghai’s contemporary urbanity. In this poetic work a plastic bottle becomes a metaphor for the cycles of life, love, reincarnation, as well as social discord and an environmental prophecy.