DAISY SANDERS AND TANYA BROWN
A RESTING MESS
2 - 6 May
Two dance artists inhabit the entire Spectrum Project Space over six consecutive days. Audience are invited to encounter this work at any time over a 6 day continual and evolving process. When audience enters they will experience just a tiny glimpse of A RESTING MESS, and each individual¹s insight will be unique. It is recommended that interested audience members drop in at different intervals during the week (in order to witness the continual evolution of the work) and/or attend one or more of the following events.
Wed 3 May
Viewing of work + artist talk 2-3pm
Topic: research interests and durational process
Fri 5 May
Evening viewing of work + artist talk 6-7pm
Topic: contextualising process and audience impact on work
Sat 6 May
Closing event + artist talk 2-3.30pm
SOUND SPECTRUM 2017:1
WAAPA COMPOSITION STUDENTS
8 MAY - 12 MAY
In an interstellar burst of creativity WAAPA¹s composition and music technology students and staff present over 10 hours of original music over five nights at the Spectrum Project Space. Don’t miss this chance to experience new and experimental acoustic and electronic music performance, installation, audio visual works and DJ artists.
Pulp | Made in Taiwan
19 MAY - 2 JUN
PULP will present the corporeal body as fragmented and reimagined through resin cast objects, ceramics, soft sculptures and textile forms. Through PULP the body will be completely removed from any suggestion of a complete form. It will be presented as objects. It is reduced to parts, fragmented by the slits, folds and orifices that interrupt its surface.
Made in Taiwan - The bizarrely humorous and awkward private space of the body is publicly flaunted through the variety of previous and current medical, sex and bathroom themed restaurants in Taiwan. Although these private spaces are both socially and culturally taboo and uncomfortable, the normally concealed is exploited in common everyday spaces. The work in Made in Taiwan is a response to a recent residency to Taipei where Kimberley Pace examined the implications of these themed restaurants, and the blurred division between the private and the public body in Taiwan.
A Resting Mess rehearsal shot. Image courtesy of Daisy Sanders
Kimberley Pace, Pus and squeeze vessel 1. 2017
glazed porcelain,fabric, wadding, yarn, 32 x 45 x 25cm. Image courtesy of Kimberley Pace