Lucy Parakhina, Online Producer
Interview: John Baylis, SITEWORKS 2015
SITEWORKS 2015, Bundanon's annual ‘welcoming of Spring’ gathering will host a range of artists, academics, environmentalists and horticulturalists for a one-day exploration of the theme and/or provocation “the feral amongst us.” Jodie McNeilly spoke to Chief Programs Officer John Baylis about ideas and situated realities of the feral.
In Profile: Zoe Scoglio, artist
Stretching from abiogenesis to the Anthropocene Age, Zoe Scoglio’s purview reaches across deep time and space and draws in ideas from the geological to the ceremonial.
|Teater Garasi, The Streets |
The inclusion of The Streets, an immersive dance-theatre work by Indonesia’s highly regarded Teater Garasi and directed by founding member Yudi Ahmad Tajudin, is emblematic of this year's fresh approach to the OzAsia program.
Dancenorth & Batik, Spectra
A key feature of this year’s OzAsia program is an emphasis on cross-cultural collaboration. One such work is Spectra, by Townsville-based contemporary dance company Dancenorth and Japanese Butoh collective Batik, exploring Buddhist ideas of causality and interdependence.
FEATURE: LIVENESS, RESILIENCE, RESISTANCE
Performance Space’s Liveworks: Jeff Khan interview
Metro Arts’ Slipstream live art, Brisbane
Fieldwork’s SITE IS SET
Megan Garrett-Jones on Anti-festival 2015, Finland
NY: Degrees of Liveness: Yoko Ono, Joan Jonas, Mark Rothko
Lively Objects, ISEA 2015, Vancouver
Darwin Festival reviews
Haines & Hinterding at MCA
Room 40’s Open Frame
National Play Festival
On the Dox, Audiovision, From Belgium
Bodies of Thought:
12 Australian Choreographers
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Publishers: RealTime and Wakefield Press
LH COLUMN: The Feral Amongst Us, Lucas Ihlein, Siteworks 2015; Video still from work-in-progress, Zoe Scoglio, Iceland artist residency, 2015, courtesy the artist; still from video documentation of Jompet Kuswidananto, Grand Parade, courtesy the artist; still from Alvin; Erik Griswold performs Wallpaper Music, photo by Marty Williams; Founding Amplified Elephants member Kathryn Sutherland demonstrates the RESONANCE table for the audience after the concert, photo by Marty Williams.
RH COLUMN: The Streets, Teater Garasi (detail), OzAsia Festival 2015, photo courtesy OzAsia; Spectra, Dancenorth and Batik (detail), OzAsia Festival 2015, photo Amber Haines; Review Writing Workshop at BIFEM, photo courtesy BIFEM.
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