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25th of May @ The Enchanted Tree House SPACES LIMITED @ 30. DISCUSSION & MEDITATION What if…? Two words that can change your life. In Humility, Service and Recognition that the I in me is the I in you. Recently I’d been down in the dumps. A certain life event had gotten the better of […]

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We’re pleased to announce that our interactive light sculpture CHROMATIC MOTIONS will be part of VIVID LIGHT 2013 and will be located at East Circular Quay. Since 2009, creative industry leaders and practitioners, artists, innovative and creative thinkers have transformed the city into a breathtaking canvas of innovation and inspiration. VIVID SYDNEY will take place […]

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Bassam-Younes

A night of discovery & expansion with like-minded others in heavenly surrounds. Intro-talk on the remarkable practice of Intuitive Breathing followed by classical meditation practice guided by Bassam Younes. “The incidence of disordered breathing patterns have only recently been duly acknowledged. A considerable amount of research has now been published to validate the relationship between […]

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The Great Invocation ~ Upe+N-ded… “DUNEDIN” – STREET VERSION – LYRICS, CONTENT ADVISORY – From the point of Light within the Mind of God & the Son of SOD – Let light stream forth into the minds of men KEPT in a pen to Bend, Pretend & Money lend… Let Light descend on Earth, lifting […]

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As part of the Sydney Architecture Festival, EXPANDED ARCHITECTURE 2011 invites proposals for collaborative,site-specific moving image projections.Selected participants will be part of an exciting one night only, exhibition in the inspirational foyer space of CarriageWorks, Sydney on Wednesday October 26th 2011. The invitation is open to artists, film-makers, architects, design professionals, students and anyone who […]

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Yokohama Boy (ceramic, wood, metal and paint)   Snow Boy (Yukio), 2009 (ceramic, polyurethane paint) I was born in April 1969 in Yokohama, Japan, to a Japanese mother and English father. Born one minute past midnight, mid-spring with snow falling outside. In Yokohama it rarely snows in winter let alone mid-spring. The Doctor told my […]

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Cult of Sticks Using documentary photography to capture conceptual performances, of three dimensions within specific spatial requirements harnessing the elements of theatre. Organic sculpture and light installations encapsulating visual poetry, perceptible and suggestive moments. A set platformed for the viewers narrative, the hum of pregnant moments about to deliver the stage in mystical dimensions… What […]

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Creative-DIALOGUEJune

Brave New Works:
Panel Discussion: The Arts in a Digital Age
Thursday 23 June, 6pm – 7.30pm
Gallery: 5 Crown Lane

A panel of experienced artists, writers and educators come together to speak about a range of digital media projects they’ve worked on. Featuring:
Stephen Hamper (Particle temporal exhibition space)
Mark Brown (AV Technician, Museum of Contemporary Art),
Bess Fegusson (Melbourne-based studio Portable)
Selena Hanet-Hutchins (Cartogramme)
Brogan Bunt (Associate Professor, Digital Media at UOW)

 
Pecha Kucha – A Night for Ideas
Thursday 30 June, 7pm
Gallery: 5 Crown Lane

Are you full of new ideas?
And are you looking for a supportive and creative environment to test them out?

Then you’re invited to take part in Pecha Kucha – a night for artists, writers, designers, social entreprenuers, scientists (in fact, anyone!) to present their ideas to an audience in a fast PowerPoint presentaton format.

Pecha Kucha (Japanese for the ‘sound of conversation’) is a fun and fast way to ‘pitch’ interesting ideas in a format of 20 slides / 20 seconds per slide for a total of 6 minutes and 40 seconds. Presentations are short, concise and inspirational. Pecha Kucha is an informal event to promote cross-disciplinary collaborations and connections.

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Untitled (Cotton threads, nails, wood) “Geometric work lends itself well to graphics as they are the simpliest of forms you can use to create complex forms. I like using geometry to design letters because it implies unlimited combinations. I think it’s interesting in relationship with words and the whole notion of language. I cannot think […]

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