A&D ANNUAL 19 Symposium
Talks and performances from emerging artists and designers graduating from UNSW Art & Design.
Presented in conjunction with the UNSW Galleries exhibition ‘Material Place: Reconsidering Australian Landscapes’, this program convenes artists, thinkers and poets for a conversation about land and space within the intertwined contexts of neoliberalism, settler colonialism and environmental degradation.
Join exhibiting artists for a series of talks on their work in ‘There is Fiction in the Spaces Between’, moderated by John Fries Award Curator Miriam Kelly.
Tours of ‘Material Place’ will explore key works, themes and ideas from the exhibition whilst connecting to the history and geography of the Galleries site itself.
In the era of the colonial anthropocene how do we address histories of loss and disappearance in relation to resurgence?
Join the Sydney Knitting Nannas for a discussion on the use of knitting as a tool for non-violent political activism and take part in a banner making workshop.
Join 2019 John Fries Award finalists on the closing weekend of the exhibition for a series of talks on their work in ‘There is Fiction in the Spaces Between’.
Daniel Mudie Cunningham and José Da Silva, UNSW Galleries Director, discuss the complex and intimate process of working with an artist’s estate.
UNSW Galleries, UNSW Art & Design Research Forum and Liquid Architecture present a lecture by Seth Kim-Cohen (Art Institute of Chicago).
UNSW Galleries Director José Da Silva provides an intimate account of Debra Porch’s life and work, along with her enduring interests in literature, walking and the potential of art to transform the everyday into the extraordinary.
In this special public event hear acclaimed artist Tania Bruguera discuss recent projects and initiatives that examine and expose the nature of political and social power structures.
How are cultural borders depicted and disrupted? This program discusses new media works by three East Asian artists...