2021-22 Artist in Residence Recipients
Six Artists working across five partner venues.
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Meet our Artists and discover a little about what they have planned during their residencies…
31 January – Sunday 13 February 2022
Vince is an emerging artist from Victoria. The mansion and grounds is the perfect place to work on their debut novel DELICT. The illustrated horror novel explores internalised homophobia, dealing with newfound disability and the inherent fear of being known, fully and completely, by another human being. Vince will have a reading and exhibition in conjunction with the residency.
Vonne is a film maker, writer and producer from NSW. He will spend the residency developing and writing ‘Yellow Ranger’ a satirical play chronicling the attempts of a film production company to adapt the life of Sam Pu, Australia’s only Asian bushranger, into a modern day film.
Joel and James are digital artists from Victoria. They will create work on-site using a unique system of water screen projection. The amazing spaces and artefacts at the NSW Rail Museum will inspire documentation and performance culminating in a public performance event.
James and Joel will build original animated digital objects and create the illusion of trains moving through the rail corridor as well as abstracted projections. The size and scale of the museum is prefect for their large scale water projections.
Completed 22 Nov – 5 Dec
Sally is an installation artist from NSW. She creates site specific installations through deep listening to each site. Her process involves exploring & documenting with video and photography. Exploring and researching the sites multi-layered histories, flora & fauna, past & present.
Completed 9 – 22 Nov
Jacqueline is a ceramic artist from NSW. Inspired by the residence location in Collector Jacqueline explores cups as an important feature of our everyday lives. They are a beautiful vessel of routine and ritual. Their use brings nourishment, comfort, friendship, solutions and so much more.
This STA AiR program is funded by the NSW Government through Arts Restart.
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