A NEW FESTIVAL BRINGING TOGETHER ARTIST-RUN INITIATIVES AND EMERGING ARTISTS FROM ACROSS AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND FOR 10 DAYS OF EXHIBITIONS, MUSIC, PERFORMANCE, PARTIES AND TALKS.
Curated Shelf and Radio 33 (TAS)
Title: Northland and Intraference
Artists: Eloise Kirk + Radio 33: Sarah Jones, Dani Kirby, Sally-Ann MacIntyre, Julia Drouhin,
CURATORS: Kylie Johnson, Cath Robinson and Tricky Walsh
Location: Domain House
The Curated Shelf join with Radio 33 to present a program of two complementary projects involving female artists that focus on the sampling of external and ready-made materials. The Radio 33 program consists of sound works composed of both newly formed sound and sourced sound, including historical recordings and field recordings from nature. The Radio 33 program provides an accompaniment to Eloise Kirk’s artworks, in their shared philosophical concerns of assemblage and collage – to construct new works with reference to the existing world. Kirk composes fragmented, nostalgic and mysterious imagery that is both connected to and displaced from its original context, and is sensitive to the idea that thought will embrace a geological space in such a way that, regardless if it is real or fictional, this space becomes a product of human thought.
ABOUT THE CURATED SHELF
The Curated Shelf is a space for the production and dissemination of art and ideas. Operating through an itinerant and flexible curatorial model the organisation develops and presents exhibitions, projects, products and events in collaboration with artists at various locations in Tasmania and beyond. The Curated Shelf is Kylie Johnson, Cath Robinson and Sarah Ryan.
ABOUT RADIO 33
Radio 33 (TAS) is a micro-broadcasting station and ephemeral gallery space developed by Tricky Walsh. The focus of the initiative is on sound-based artworks by women and non-binary artists, propagated emergency broadcast style - 24 hours a day for 21 days per session.
ARTIST: Eloise Kirk
TITLE: Cottonwood Canyon