I was fortunate enough to attend the open rehearsals of Temporary Title, 2015 last Thursday and see the creative process of Xavier Le Roy.
There was an instant connection to his work as I was captivated by its sheer visual beauty. The exhibition space was transformed into a moving
sculpture of translucent flesh. The performers’ graceful bodies remodeled their size and shape as they travelled their journey solo, in pairs or
as a pride. My initial reaction to the work was the same as when I’m entrenched in the natural world, something that is vital for our own internal
rhythm as human beings.
When I read through my scribbled notes from June, from when I was taking part in Xavier and Scarlet’s development workshop in Venice for Title in Process, 2015 up until now, as we are developing the work in Sydney, I encounter questions that I continue to ask myself – not to find their answers, but to ask questions as a continuous mode of production: Read More
A + A
Today is first open rehearsal. About 30 people come. One of them is a child. For the purposes of this report I'll call him A.
The score is an hour and a half. We each have a shift. Mine: first 30 minutes be a visitor, last hour be in the score. So, I watch A. secretly, from the edges of the black carpet. I wonder, how is he experiencing the nakedness? Read More
Rehearsal Day 6, 7
I loved getting a first impression of the exhibition - the bodies keep rearranging themselves at different speeds and in different groupings and positions so that you are constantly taken by surprise at where and in what kind of state and grouping they are.
For three days last week, Carriageworks was home to 53 local facilitators, as they were undertook intensive training for Project 30 with Marina's collaborator Lynsey Peisinger. Take a look... Read More
If you’ve recently graduated or are nearing the end of an Arts Education, Curatorial Studies or Fine Arts degree, an internship with Kaldor Projects is a great way to get hands-on experience working on major contemporary art projects. Read More
Introducing our guest blogger this week - Education Program Manager, Sue Saxon. Sue is currently visiting our British colleagues in London, exploring new approaches to education and public programs in arts organisations, museums and galleries. Read More
We are ecstatic to be working with Sydney Festival once again - we had a ball the last time we joined forces in 2011 to present Project 23: John Baldessari’s Your Name In Lights. The buzz surrounding the Project, which gave over 100,000 people 15 seconds of fame as their names lit up the Sydney skyline was infectious. Read More