EVENTS THIS WEEK
Headless at Regus (2010)
us for the screening of a documentary film by directors Kate Cooper and
Richard John Jones that investigates Swedish artists Goldin+Senneby’s
research into offshore financing and the activities of a fictional
company called ‘Headless’.
Date Wednesday 26 October 6pm
Venue Regus Boardroom, Rialto Tower South, Level 27/525 Collins Street, Melbourne.
To book Places are limited. Bookings close Monday 3
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Gothe-Snape and weekly guests will create a series of intricate drawing constellations that document variations of art history through a network of artist names.
Participating artist: Callum Morton
Friday 28 October
by a tour of the show by artist Stuart Ringholt. (The artist will be
naked. Those who wish to join the tour must also be naked. Adults Only)
A 50 minute naturist tour of the exhibition led by the artist, Stuart Ringholt.
Dates Thursday 27 October 6-7pm
Saturday 29 October 6-7pm
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Goldin + Senneby
Headless at Regus (2010)
Every Artist Remembered
and weekly guests will create a series of intricate drawing
constellations that document variations of art history through a network
of artist names.
Participating artist: David Haines and Joyce Hinterding
Friday 4 November
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Every Artist Remembered (2009 - ongoing)
ACCA installation view 2011
Courtesy of the artist
Photograph: Andrew Curtis
Hannah Mathews and Caterina Riva invited 10 fellow curators, living and
working around the globe, to
select and invite 47 international artists to take part in the Post project.
The participating artists were given instructions to make and post a
two-dimensional work to ACCA by airmail. Each work received will be
displayed on a designated date on a poster board (Kiosk 2005/11) designed by Canadian artist, Derek Sullivan.
This arbitrary assemblage will generate a new constellation of
fragments, oblivious to categories of artistic media or historical
lineages and generational or geographical boundaries. Over the 47 days
of the exhibition, Kiosk will bear witness to an accumulation of display and reflect on the scope of conceptual strategies in the year 2011.
Wednesday 26 October Elena Narbutaitė
Thursday 27 October Cheo
Friday 28 October Heman Chong
Saturday 29 October Dane Mitchell
Sunday 30 October Arin Rungjang
Monday 31 October Rafael RG
Tuesday 1 November Malak Helmy
Wednesday 2 November Deric Carner
For the full schedule - www.accaonline.org.au/ThePostProject
courtesy the artist and Jessica Bradley Art + Projects, Toronto