A TRAVELLING LABORATORY PROGRAM FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY AND EXPERIMENTAL ARTISTS 16 - 29 NOVEMBER 2015
Following on from last year’s Time_Place_Space: Nomad, in regional New South Wales, Time_Place_Space: Nomad 2015 heads out west through regional Victoria from 16 -29 November. Over two weeks, from Melbourne to the Otways to Natimuk, deep in the Wimmera, emerging and established artists working across disciplines, cultures and media will drive, eat, explore and camp out together, testing and developing their ideas as part of a travelling laboratory for interdisciplinary and experimental art.
This year’s Time_Place_Space artists will explore issues of economic downturn, scarcity and transience, of place and nationhood, and the bare necessities of life and art-making, in an unfixed and ever-changing environment. Facilitated by a team of Australian and international artist, Time_Place_Space: Nomad will provide a forum for exchange, opportunities to scope out more sustainable ways of working, activities, and provocations to bust open artistic boundaries, and a supportive and analytical environment in which to walk, talk, think and make.
Time_Place_Space: Nomad is a national initiative that aims to challenge, invigorate and strengthen interdisciplinary and experimental arts practice in Australia, emphasising collaborative performance-making, site-specific practice and artistic resilience. 22 Australian artists will take part, along with three visiting Canadian artists supported by The Canada Council for the Arts.
Mish Grigor, Sophie Kitson, Sumugan Sivanesan, Nicole Barakat, Katina Olsen, Malcolm Whittaker, Matt Cornell, Tessa Leong, Lucy Parakhina, Amy Spiers, Liz Dunn, Katie Sfetkidis, Rebecca Jensen, Samara Hersch, Carly Sheppard, Lizzy Sampson, Greg Pritchard, William McBride, Michael McNab, Loren Kronemyer, Sete Leilua and Bron Batten. And the Canadian contingent – Lisa Hirmer, Anne Riley and Natalie Purschwitz.
Bec Dean – Performance Space, Angharad Wynne- Jones – Arts House, Kaz Therese, Gideon Obarzanek, Léuli Eshraghi, David Cross, Bruce Gladwin and Sarah Salazar (Sipat Lawin Ensemble, Phillipines)Follow the journey through the Time_Place_Space tumblr blog.
Time_Place_Space: Nomad is an initiative produced by Performance Space and Arts House, City of Melbourne. This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its funding and advisory body; Creative Victoria and supported by the Canada Council for the Arts.
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