Hopscotch Touring Initiative

April 5, 2011
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Australia Council announced today their new Live Art touring initiative Hopscotch. This pilot initiative supports national or international tours of innovative Australian live art. Your work must be tour-ready and you must have confirmed tour presentation spaces. Objectives This Australia Council initiative aims to increase national and international touring opportunities for Australian artists to: extend […]

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Elizabeth Woods – Journeywoman

March 15, 2011
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Elizabeth Woods is an Australian artist, educator and consultant whose practice focuses on developing relationships between art, site and the community. Her PhD in 2009, related to site specificity and temporary public art. lala was pleased to talk with her about some of her recent projects… How do you feel Hobart connects with your work, […]

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Situationist App

March 8, 2011
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Liveworks reviews and impressions in Realtime

February 18, 2011
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Check out reviews of Liveworks, In Between Time Festival, Rollingstock and Exist-ence in Realtime online here; http://www.realtimearts.net/contents/101/all

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Language on the edge

February 7, 2011
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Aaron Williamson A language in search of its meta language. Tate Britain, 4th February 2011 A few years ago at the 2007 Anti Festival in Finland I saw, or more precisely, heard a work by Aaron Williamson. In this work, the artist lies hidden for an entire day, on an island just a few hundred […]

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Bedding down with Charlie Sofo

February 4, 2011
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Charlie Sofo is a visual artist based in Melbourne, however his recent B.E.D. project, a project that has people sharing their bed with Charlie for a night, moved into the realm of live and participatory art practice. I recently wrote an article that discussed B.E.D., and Jason Maling’s project The Vorticist, for un magazine 4.2 […]

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resist @ rolling stock

January 27, 2011
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resist by pvi collective adapted for rolling stock in Junee, November 2010 images courtesy of the artists and photographer Lisa Blue.

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