5.30pm Thursday 7 October 2021
Location: Contemporary Art Tasmania
What are artists working on and what are the issues important to artists now?
The second event in the MACHINE: What’s cooking? series, this public program will comprise presentations by Paul Eggins, Pete Mattila, Léuli Eshrāghi and Lucienne Rickard. What’s cooking? has been designed to provide a context for discussing topics important to artists now, foster connection and an occasion for artists to speculate on what they require to progress their practice.
Paul Eggins is interested in how we perceive illegal drugs and their value. His practice spans drawing, painting, sculpture and street art. Léuli Eshrāghi (Sāmoan/Persian/
What’s cooking? is presented through MACHINE, CAT’s new education and development program. MACHINE: What’s cooking? has been formulated to find out what artists want from a development program. From this process of enquiry CAT will create an artist-led collective learning program that is responsive, inclusive and relevant. As a machine of many moving parts, the learnings from 2021 will inform the ongoing development program.
MACHINE: What’s cooking #1. 5.30pm 23 September 2021
MACHINE: What’s cooking #3. 5.30pm 28 October 2021
MACHINE curatorium: Robert O’Connor, Bill Hart and Kylie Johnson.
Brand: Cath Robinson, 2021