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In Motion Festival 2016

1-22 October

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OPENING NIGHT

Saturday 1 October, 6-9pm

Junction Street Marrickville

Just 6 minutes easy walk along Schwebel Street from Marrickville Station

A three-week multidisciplinary art festival unpacking the theme of motion; Progress. Movements. Time. Slippages. Futures. Change. From 1 – 22 October, presented by AirSpace Projects.

Get In Motion on the opening night as Junction Street is activated with experimental audio visual sets, performance artists on utes, videos hidden in car boots and art around every corner.

Held at AirSpace Projects in Marrickville, the controversial site of the Sydenham to Bankstown Urban Renewal Corridor, the In Motion Festival 2016 will navigate what it means to be ‘in motion’ and, in contrast, ‘still’ in a time of rapid urban, technological and ecological development. Drawing ideas and potency from this impending change to the local area, In Motion Festival 2016 will pose questions: What are we moving towards and away from? What does it mean to be in motion? How do we navigate a world in constant rapid change? The In Motion Festival 2016 will present dynamic and innovative contemporary multi-arts practice that sits at the nexus of contemporary art, performance and film.

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Curatorial Team

Anna May Kirk, Maeve Parker, Katie Winten, Nerida Ross, Emmerald Dunnfrost, Sebastian Henry-Jones, Alice Joel

Participating  Artists

Jannah Quill, Bronwen Williams, Ben Denham, Benjamin Forster, Show Us You Teeth, Eugene Ward & Patric Kuo, Harrison Witsey, Get To Work, Angela Goh, Joseph Florio, Aston Creus, Laura Woodward, Mitch Thomas, Shalini Jardin, Joe Hamilton, Ash Bell, Splinter Orchestra, Rory McKay, Ivey Wawn, Gina Wagstaffe, Danny Wild, Amrita Hepi, Cloudy Rhodes, Deb Mansfield, Nicola Morton, Brianna Kell, Hayley Coghlan

Feature Exhibition

Gallery One

Laura Woodward: Resonate

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Laura Woodward, Writhe 2015 (detail), acetal, acrylic, water, nylon hose, santoprene hose, fasteners, air fittings, motors, dimensions variable. Image by the artist and Jem Selig Freeman

Programs + Events

Every Saturday (8, 15 and 22 October) for the duration of the festival, AirSpace Projects will house public programs, performances, talk series and more from 1 – 3pm. Experience everything from future conspiracy theory talks to experimental adventure dance performances around the Marrickville area.

~ Get going, get In Motion ~

Sponsored generously by

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2015 Finishes on a High Note

Graduating Students from UNSW Art & Design take over AirSpace Projects

Exhibition continues until Saturday 19 December

ALL WELCOME

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Projection and Performance Night

Saturday 22 November 7.30 – 9.30pm

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The Mayor of Marrickville, Councillor Mark Gardiner, will be opening the event at 7.30pm

AirSpace Projects, neighbours, lots of fabulous artists and Tai Chi fitness Australia are working together to create a window of art action in this normally sleepy street. Take a stroll down Junction Street between the hours of 7.30pm and 9.30pm on Saturday 22 November and be surprised!  This project is unfolding organically so we don’t quite know what to expect ourselves!

Artists include: Andrew Aaron, Elizabeth Ashburn, David Attwood, Sarah Bliss, Sue Callanan, Cindy Yuen-Zhe Chen, Maryanne Coutts, Ben Denham, Beth Dillon, John A Douglas, Sarah Eddowes, Bonita Ely, Josh Foley, Allan Giddy, John Gillies, Veronica Habib, C.Moore Hardy, Fiona Hooton, Gillian Lavery & James Nguyen, Dawn Joy Leong, Allison M. Low & SSYSTM, Jacqui Mills, Norie Neumark & Maria Miranda, Edward Ohanessian, Rafaela Pandolfini, Sue Pedley, Phoebe Port, Jacek Pryzybyszewski, Nina Ross, Linda Rowan & Hamilton Churton, Marlene Sarroff, Helen Sturgess, Abdullah M I Syed, Mark Titmarsh, Katie Williams & Emma Hicks, Jamil Yamani & Louisa Dawson and Yiorgos Zafiriou

Inquiries regarding participation or other to sally@airspaceprojects.com

This project is supported by Marrickville Council

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Sue Chang, Tai Chi Master, Acu-Point Health Qigong Nature Therapist and Director of Tai Chi Fitness Australia, will be lending her support to the event by running a Tai Chi demonstration in Junction Street during the projection and performance night. Sue will set you In Motion so come prepared in flat shoes!

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