SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY AT BARANGAROO
Partnering once more with the barangaroo delivery authority, Three large-scale site specific commissioned works will sit throughout barangaroo's FINANCIAL, retail and dining precinct in the lead up and during the fair from 27 august - 24 september.
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Installation. Part of European Capital of Culture Aarhus 2017
Kunstcentret Silkeborg Bad / Art Centre Silkeborg Bad, Denmark.
Courtesy of the artist and Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney.
Callum Morton was born in Montreal, Canada and now lives and works in Melbourne, Australia. Morton has exhibited nationally and internationally since 1990. His practice is inspired by architecture and human interaction with designed spaces and facades. For this project, Callum will be creating a Shelter that will protrude from the pavement creating shelter for the passers-by. Callum is represented by Rosalyn Oxley9, Sydney.
To Hear With My Eyes, Performance, 2017
Palais de Tokyo, Paris.
Courtesy of Kronenberg Wright Artist Projects, Sydney, and the artist.
Mel O’Callaghan was born in Sydney, Australia and now lives and works in Paris, France. O’Callaghan is a contemporary artist who works across film, video, performance, painting and installation. Mel O’Callaghan presents a new large scale floor installation and movement-based performance at Barangaroo. Bold, graphic and monumental lines will intersect across the forum pavement of the Barangaroo site, in a coordinated composition — at once a language and musical score guiding the body through an intensive breathwork performance. The ritualistic movement directed by the lines and arcs of the floor transform both the presence of performers and the public within the Barangaroo space. Mel is represented by Kronenberg Wright Artists Projects, Sydney.
Monmar (Police Point, Portsea) Jan 21 2018, warm SW, Westerly change 7 hrs” (detail)
Courtesy of the artist and [MARS], Melbourne.
Cameron Robbins was born in Melbourne, Australia and now works and lives in Castlemaine, Australia. Using his wind-powered drawing instruments on site, Cameron Robbins will transcribe the invisible energies of nature, the wind, the tides and light to create drawings, photographs, and moving image works along the foreshore of Barangaroo. Cameron is represented by MARS Gallery, Melbourne.
Cover Image: Barangaroo Aerial Photography May 2018. Courtesy of Barangaroo Delivery Authority.