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Come and join us for Qigong.

Good for the body and good for the soul!

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For more information click on the link below

https://airspaceprojects.com/more/workshops/qigong-classes/

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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Life In Motion

See In Motion Event under Exhibitions for information about the fabulous line-up of artists.

Top Image: Jacqui Mills, Places That Sometimes Disappear, 2014. Video Still

In Motion

Opening drinks with the artists: 6.00 – 8.00pm Friday 7 November

Exhibition: Friday 7 – Saturday 22 November

Projection and Performance Night: Saturday 22 November 7.30 – 9.30pm

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Artists Susan Andrews, Allan Giddy, James Nguyen & Yin Lan Soon, Mark Titmarsh and Laura Woodward will be engaging with motion or the idea of motion to reflect on the kinds of change or states of flux experienced in the world today. Their work, which range from paintings to video and sculpture, offer a political, social, cultural, philosophical or environmental response – however abstractly or metaphorically conceived – to the change observed.

The exhibition will conclude with an In Motion projection and performance night. The normally quiet Junction Street of Marrickville will come alive for two hours on Saturday 22 November from 7.30-9.30pm as artists project and perform their work in AirSpace Projects and in neighbouring properties. Event to be opened by Marrickville Mayor, Councillor Mark Gardener, followed by a Fan demonstration by Master Sue Chang of Tai Chi Fitness Australia. See Upcoming Exhibitions for more details.

Image: Laura Woodward, Five (detail), 2014. Mixed media. Image Credit: Jem Selig Freeman. ©2014 Laura Woodward

 

We gratefully acknowledge Marrickville Council for supporting the In Motion exhibition and event and the participation of Tai Chi Fitness Australia, particularly Master Sue Chang, in the In Motion Event.

 

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