Selected works PRESENTED IN 2023:-
Co-created by Anna Tregloan & Adriano Cortese
An immersive sonic archive of over 3000 Beliefs moving through a purpose-built, multi-channel speaker system; controlled by dozens of micro-computers which are, in turn, controlled by a weather station on the roof of the venue.
Produced by Ranters Theatre and first presented in the main hall The Substation, Newport in May 2023.
It will be presented at Chapter House Arts in Cardiff in March 2024 with future dates to be announced.
Developed in Melbourne/Naarm and Sydney/Gadigal, 2020-2022.
Photos by Damien Raggatt.
Further information: HERE
A Museum of Silence, Artefact #1.
(video stills from work in progress)
Developed by Anna Tregloan in residence Studio Faire, Nerac, France (2022) and in studio (2023).
Further installations by Anna Tregloan can be seen HERE.
Selected Live Performance from 2023.
(L-R). MACBETH: Stage and costume design. Bell Shakespeare. Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra. 2023. Photo Brett Boardman
idk: Stage and costume design. Force Majeure. Sydney, Melbourne. 2023 Photo Brett Boardman
THE THREE MARYS: Stage and costume design. Greenroom Music and Sydney Opera House. 2023 Photo Matthew Duchesne
ROMEO AND JULIET: Stage and costume design. Bell Shakespeare. Sydney, Melbourne. 2023. Photo Brett Boardman
Other, previous. live works can be seen HERE.
SELECTED EXHIBITION AND CONCEPT DESIGNS PRESENTED 2023.
(L-R). WONDERLAND: Exhibition and concept design. ACMI, Melbourne, Singapore, Wellington (NZ), Perth. 2017-2023
CHAGAL : Exhibition and concept design. Jewish Museum of Australia. 2023 Photo Marie Luis Skibbe.
GODDESS: Exhibition design. ACMI, Melbourne. 2023 Photo Marie Luis Skibbe.
Other, previous exhbitions can be seen HERE.
A creative archive documenting and responding to projects which began but never fulfilled their ambitions.
Although commenced prior, the project gathered particular gravitas in the pandemic and subsequent lockdowns of 2020.
To record every project disrupted, reorientated or obliterated by the pandemic was itself an Impossible Task. But by reaching out through communities and employing creative detective work, The Impossible Project Team unearthed impossibilities of all types, scales, and creative philosophies. Alongside disrupted projects The Impossible Project also commissioned artists to create and document their own Impossible Tasks and Anna Tregloan undertook Impossible Sketches in an attempt to capture works which had been cancelled in a new form - a task which was intrinsically impossible.
The Impossible Project was released online Oct-Nov 2020 and featured as part of Performance Space’s LIVE DREAMS where it provided a platform for six artists to explore the possibilities of impossibility in their work. In 2021 a participatory edition of the project began development and was presented at Powerhouse Museum MAAS, Powerhouse Late. In 2023 The Impossible Project digital archive was acquired for the Powerhouse collection and was included in 'A Line A Web A World', an exhibition exploring the act of drawing in all its guises.
The project received an Acknowledgement of Outstanding Advocacy at the Victorian Greenroom Awards, 2020 and remains online where it is both an archive and a creative exposition of process, prediction, and inhibited realisation.
Additional Installation: THE GHOST PROJECT.
Examining the moments where fear and imagination become entangled, THE GHOST PROJECT combines site specific installation, performance lectures, community story exchange, photographic essays and created or collected artefacts.
Created by Anna Tregloan
First presented as part of “Andromeda” at Goyang Studios, Museum of the Modern and Contemporary Art, South Korea (2014);
Shortlisted for Fisher’s Ghost Art Prize at Campbelltown Arts Centre in 2014 and in 2017.
Presented as museum, installation and lecture at Carriageworks for ATF 2015; for Prague Quadrennial, 2015; and for AsiaTOPA, Melbourne, 2017.
Presented as site specific installations and story exchanges:- The Rocks, Sydney for SHFA (2014); Siteworks, Bundanon Estate (2016); The Substation, Melbourne (2016); The Holding Cells behind MAMA Albury, NSW (2017); Shoalhaven Regional Gallery, Nowra,NSW (2018).
Researched and developed in Albury, Chengdu, Hong Kong, Jogjakarta, Melbourne, Nowra, Paris, Prague, Surakarta, Seoul and Sydney, 2014-2018.