Julian Day

Exhibition

NEW16

NEW16 brings together eight newly commissioned projects from emerging artists around Australia.

Program

SOUND AS CONSEQUENCE

Sound as Consequence is convened by NEW16 artist Julian Day and brings together a community of artists to explore the possibilities for sound within an exhibition context. Symposium includes mini keynote lectures from Julian Day and Joel Stern, a panel...
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NEW16: Curator Annika Kristensen discusses NEW16 – Part 2, ACCA 2016

Artists: Jacobus Capone, Catherine or Kate, Julian Day, Gabriella Hirst, Tanya Lee, Mason Kimber, Liam O’Brien, Anna Varendorff with Haima Marriott...
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NEW16: Curator Annika Kristensen discusses NEW16 – Part 1, ACCA 2016

Artists: Jacobus Capone, Catherine or Kate, Julian Day, Gabriella Hirst, Tanya Lee, Mason Kimber, Liam O’Brien, Anna Varendorff with Haima Marriott...
Press Release

NEW16

Julian DayComposter, artist, writer and broadcaster, Day is Sydney based, and makes site-specific sound works exploring the acoustic and architectural properties of spaces such as railway sheds, marketplaces, laneways, parks and galleries.Gabriella HirstSydney born, Berlin based...
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DAS BOOT: Artist Car Boot Fair

Join our community event and closing celebration for Who’s Afraid of Public Space? with a one-day only presentation of DAS BOOT: Artist Car Boot Fair, curated by Melbourne/ Naarm-based artists Oscar Perry and Esther Stewart. Following the success of Das Boot, developed...
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DAS BOOT: Artist Car Boot Fair

...the gallery for the one-day only presentation of DAS BOOT: Artist Car Boot Fair, curated by Melbourne/ Naarm-based artists Oscar Perry and Esther Stewart. Following the success of Das Boot, developed by Perry and Stewart as part...
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An eye on the future: ACCA and Next Wave

...project by Sydney artists Kate Mitchell and Michaela Gleave. In this performance the artists built and then dismantled a wall, brick by brick, every day over five consecutive days at five major public and pedestrian zones in Melbourne’s CBD. Wall Work...
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Data in contemporary art exhibitions by Miriam Kelly

...information’ and ‘data’, Whitelaw notes, is a loss in nuance when engaging with data-related works of art.[28] Data was, in the heady early days of ‘big data’, likened to oil for its exponential commercial value in tracking, predicting and controlling human...