APHIDS

Program

Panel discussion: APHIDS DESTINY

Panel discussion: APHIDS DESTINY Join us for a panel discussion on Melbourne-based collective APHIDS’ new moving-image work...
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APHIDS: DESTINY

APHIDS, DESTINY 2021 (still), single channel high definition digital video. Courtesy APHIDS...
Program

Screening: APHIDS DESTINY

Panel discussion: APHIDS DESTINY APHIDS is a long-standing experimental arts organisation, currently led by artists and co-directors Eugenia Lim, Lara Thoms...
Podcast

Panel discussion: APHIDS DESTINY

Listen to a panel discussion on Melbourne-based collective APHIDS’ new moving-image work 'DESTINY' with artist Eugenia Lim, and worker-performers Cher Tan and Wasay, moderated by Amelia Wallin. 'DESTINY' 2021 is a moving-image work made in collaboration with on-demand or ‘gig economy’ workers – rideshare drivers, food delivery riders and cleaners – exploring personal and global experiences of the platform economy.
Exhibition

Who’s Afraid of Public Space?

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Who’s Afraid of Public Space? is a multifaceted project of exhibitions and programs exploring the role of public culture, the contested nature of public space, and the character and composition of public life. The exhibition continues ACCA’s Big Picture series, which explores contemporary art’s relation to wider social, cultural […]

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Events

APHIDS: DESTINY Cardigan House Car Park, Carlton Sat 11 Dec, 2–10pm...
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Conversations

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Offsite

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Program

Panel discussion: Reframing the archive

...of resistance, at Lucy Guerin Inc. She sits on the Artistic Directorate for Next Wave and is inaugural thinker-in-residence for APHIDS. Recently Amaara was selected for ABC Top 5 (Arts) and commissioned to make programs for Radio National’s ‘Blueprint for Living’ on her research on artists-in-residence.
Press Release

Announcing ACCA’s Summer Season – Who’s Afraid of Public Space?

...squares and housing developments. Participating artists and artistic collaborations include Guled Abdulwasi, APHIDS, Beth Arnold and Sary Zananiri, Jon Campbell, Michael Candy, Simona Castricum, Keg de Souza, Field Theory, Laresa Kosloff, Callum Morton, Steven...
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Who’s Afraid of Public Space?

Rhall. Join participating wireless networks, including at ACCA, to engage in a spontaneous consideration of First Nations sovereignty In a special one-off event on December 11, APHIDS screening of DESTINY 2019 will take place in the Cardigan House Car Park...
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Who’s Afraid of Public Space?

Fellow, School of Art, RMIT University; E. Flynn, writer, arts worker, community organiser, and PhD Candidate at Queensland University of Technology; Eugenia Lim, artist, editor and Artistic Director of APHIDS; Dr Grace McQuilten, Lecturer in Art History and Theory, and Leader of the Contemporary...
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Project Space: The Hoarding

Featuring work by: Guled Abdulwasi, Idil Ali, APHIDS, Beth Arnold and Sary Zananiri, Timmah Ball, Tony Birch, Jon Campbell, Michael Candy, Simona Castricum, Boris Cipusev and Anthony Romagnano, Sophie Cunningham, Keg de Souza, Field Theory, Eleanor Jackson, Aarti Jadu, Ruci...
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Podcasts and Videos

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