Most of June was spent in Prague overseeing the exhibition of Australian work for the
Prague Quadrennial of Performance Space and Design. Working with the unstoppable Erin Milne from Bureau of Works , we were thrilled to feature four Australian key works as well as support and promote the work of several other Australian artists who would not otherwise have this exposure. Constant crowds around the Australian exhibition were a definite sign of the success of the event and Latai Taumoepeau winning one of the highly coveted Best Performance Design Awards was the the icing on the cake. It was also fantastic to be a conduit for so many new relationships and we were honoured to have such amazing and generous support from Australian designers and makers who gave their time to help us realise this event.
Visit :- PQAU.COM.AU for more information.
As part of PQAU we have also begun the first stage roll out of Impossible project, It is a growing collection of works that were dreamt up but never made. Collected from a variety of amazing artists, designers, writers, performance makers and activists. The project celebrates the creative process; how failed projects often spawn highly successful ones and questions what makes something impossible ..... or not. Find out more about the collection at theimpossibleproject.com.au or follow the collection as it grows on Instagram.
WONDERLAND made with the lovely people at ACMI Melbourne is running at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore. (The exhibition continues to gather accolades and most recently received a commendation in the Installation Category at the 2019 Australian Interior Design Awards).
The exhibition, THE NIGHTINGALE AND THE ROSE, also with ACMI continues its tour of Australia.
And a very exciting new project The Planet made with several of the beautiful people behind Satan Jawa.
CERITA ANAK has just finished performing in Bejing and Hangzhou, China, but new dates at The Esplanade in Singapore and The Lincoln Centre in New York have recently been confirmed: so stay tuned.