Jude Walton: No Hope, No Reason

8 Oct–12 Oct 2004

ACCA Main Exhibition Gallery

Originally developed and performed at Deutscher, Brunswick Street in 1991, No Hope No Reason was a vivid coming together of art, music, voice, dance, and theatre – possibly one of the first artist projects to combine new media in such a demonstrative fashion. No Hope No Reason blurred the boundaries between opera, cabaret, performance and art. Presented as part of the 2004 Melbourne Festival’s ‘VOICE’ series the work was presented in ACCA’s large exhibition hall, alternating during the day with Shirin Nishat’s Turbulent.

Curator: Juliana Engberg (Melbourne Festival Visual Art Curator)

MIAF Visual Arts Program

In the Press
1 October, The Age, No Hope No Reason
5-6 October, The Age, Mixed Media


Jude Walton