JOHN DI STEFANO
ITERATION:AGAIN ARTISTS & CURATORS
Location: DECHAINEUX LECTURE THEATRE AND SURROUNDS, TASMANIAN COLLEGE OF THE ARTS, HUNTER ST, HOBART
FREE FOR CAST MEMBERS; LUNCH INCLUDED
DATE: Sunday 16 October, 2011
TIME: Registrations open at 10am, 10.30AM start
Places limited, registration essential.
Register by emailing Kylie Johnson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Iteration:Again concludes with a symposium that aims to both reflect upon the project and to also consider broader issues in temporary public art practice. The full day event will address how temporary interventions or responses by artists to public sites, environments and institutions can serve to open up new ways of understanding Tasmania as a place with complex cultural, social and spatial resonances, and reflect upon the key strategy of transforming or re-working an artwork over the course of a specified period of time.
Symposium participants include: David Cross (artist; curator; writer; Associate Professor in Fine Arts and leader, Litmus Research Initiative, Massey University, Wellington, NZ); Heather Galbraith (curator; writer; Associate Professor, Massey University, Wellington, NZ); Maria Kunda (curator; writer; Associate Lecturer, Art & Design Theory, UTAS, Hobart, TAS); Marco Marcon (producer; writer; Director, IASKA, WA); Paul O’Neill (artist; curator; writer; London/ Bristol, UK); Zara Stanhope (curator; editor; writer, VIC); John Di Stefano (artist; curator; writer; Postgraduate Coordinator, National Art School, Sydney, NSW); Mick Wilson (artist; writer; Dean of GradCAM; Head of Fine Art at DIT, Dublin, IRE) and many of the Iteration:Again artists and curators.