Tuesday 8 December 2020
8pm Australia AEDT – https://youtu.be/IQJoeccQKSU
8pm Indonesia GMT+7 – https://youtu.be/XDcKhRAxrBs
Contemporary Art Tasmania (CAT) shares the ingredients that will feed our future exchange programs with artists and organisations in Indonesia.
Following on from the Open Sandwich screening event at Contemporary Art Tasmania in November 2020 we will be sharing the program to online audiences via live stream.
This program will showcase collaborations and projects that highlight current alignments and networks of artistic exchange between Tasmania and Indonesia. Screenings will include past and present iterations of work from the Instrument Builders Project, a long-term cultural exchange between Australia and Asia Pacific founded in 2013 by curators Kristi Monfries and Joel Stern to be presented by CAT, Liquid Architecture and Volcanic Winds for Mona Foma 2021, work by Indonesian artists to be included in CAT’s upcoming exhibition Composing Archipelagos curated by Jasmin Stephens, a video work from the 2020 Performance Space Experimental Micro-Fellowship initiative and some extra special collaborations of the future.
Nada Laut – As Above So Below, Andreas Siagian (Yogyakarta) and Dale Gorfinkle (Victoria), 2013 and 2020
Gold, Natasha Tontey (Yogyakarta) and Willoh S.Weiland (Tasmania), 2020
Tanah/ Air (Land/ Water), Raisa Kamila (Bandung) and Aliansyah Caniago (Bandung), 2020
Grindcore on the dancefloor, James Brennan (Tasmania), 2020 and The Story of Gender Namali and Axon Breeze, Willyday Namali (Yogyakarta), 2020
The Order of Autophagia (work-in-progress), Natasha Tontey (Yogyakarta), 2017-2021
Lisa Campbell-Smith + Kylie Johnson
This program was made possible by the Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund
Image credit: Gold, A eulogy for a speculative future collaboration between Tontey and Weiland, Natasha Tontey, 2020.