Stability

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‘Stability’ – sound sculpture and projections by Clinton Green.
01 Aug – 28 Sep 2019

‘Stability’ is a dedicated space to see and listen to kinetic sound sculpture and projections. Both mediums explore the limits of stability and the rhythmic patterns created by devices whose components are never still, and the movement of the bodies through public spaces.

Sunshine Art Space, 2 City Place, Sunshine (near Sunshine Station)
Exhibition Opening: Thursday 01 Aug, 6:30-8pm

Gallery Open:
Thursdays 4-8:30pm
Saturdays 11am-2pm
And by appointment
(note: projection works only visible after dark).

‘in-Stability’ Performance Series
Performances start at 7:30pm. Entry is free.

08 Aug – Maria Moles
15 Aug – Barnaby Oliver & Clinton Green
22 Aug – Allanah Stewart

05 Sep – Michael McNab
12 Sep – Ernie Althoff
19 Sep – Emma Riches & dancers TBA
26 Sep – Clinton Green

 

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Winter Railyard Event II

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Photo: Jennifer Callaway

Winter Railyard Event II – Monday 10 June 2019 (evening)

Winter Railyard Event is a site-specific exploration featuring performances that engage with place. The event occurs at a secret location, audience numbers are limited and bookings are essential.

I think it’s fair to say that last year’s event was memorable for all who attended.

This year’s event will take place on the evening of Monday 10th June (Queens Birthday public holiday) in the vicinity of Tottenham Station (details will be provided to attendees prior).

Featuring:

  • Jim Denley
  • Clinton Green
  • radio cegeste
  • Michael McNab

Email cdgsham@gmail.com to secure your spot.

 

Events next week

Tuesday 14 May 2019, 8pm

Clinton Green & Barnaby Oliver duo

Make It Up Club, Bar Open (upstairs), 317 Brunswick St Fitzroy

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Photo: Jennifer Callaway

 

Sunday 19 May 2019, 9-11pm

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Corner of Swanston and LaTrobe streets, Melbourne

 

The fourth roughly-annual GAIP event/happening of Intersection. Ren Walters ‘explains’ below:

 

Please join in for a wander around together for part or all and invite whomever may be interested. SOUNDING, sitting, STROLLING, conversing, TRAVERSING, processing, obsessing, STARTING, stopping, observing, draping, SKATING, voicing, running, CRAWLING, stalling, jaywalking, SKULKING, SILENCING, mumbling, bumbling, INTRODUCING, intersecting, WHISPERING, breathing, ARRIVING, LEAVING, fumbling, tumbling, huddling, falling, REVERSING, INTERSPERSING and so on . . .

 

To quote a past participant; “I came along, couldn’t see nothing so I went home”

And; during the performance I received a text from a co-performer “where is the music, where is the performance?”

 

The following is the original “score”;

INTERSECTION – (a point or line common to lines or surfaces that intersect.)

Participants continuously cross at the four traffic lights on each corner of the intersection, for one to two hours duration.

The dream is to be invitational through practicing/embodying openness and generosity toward the environment and fellow pedestrians. Taking the uncontrived opportunities that arise through this immanency.

This mode of being may be enhanced or facilitated by particular movements, gestures, appearances, sounds, props etc., when understood as ‘enabling strategies/techniques’ to generate momentum, to supplant self-consciousness, to stimulate a ‘performative frame’.

In circumnavigating this space, our attentive presence and movement will charge an energetic field in the vicinity.

 If for some reason you become diverted from this prescribed activity (by engaging in conversation, missing the green light because you were staring at the sky, taking a tourist to the nearest bus stop, etc.), this can be considered fortuitous. Then just return to your activity.