Remodeling metropolis centre into artwork
Who’s who and what’s what’s what conjures up HELEN MUSA’s “Arts within the Metropolis” column. Right here’s this week’s…
ARTISTIC duo Pablo Latona and Claire Granata, of PeopleLab, are launching the Competition of On a regular basis Artwork, remodeling Canberra’s metropolis centre into an enormous artwork gallery utilizing the facility of the white gallery label. There’ll be an artwork treasure hunt, treasure trails, an artwork workshop and an exhibition at Canberra Museum and Gallery, Might 20-July 16.
A NEW exhibition, “Haegue Yang: Altering From From To From”, options latest works by the Seoul and Berlin-based artist that explores interconnectivity and motion. On present will probably be “Sonic Intermediates – Three Differential Equations”, a trio of sculptures which are activated recurrently, filling the house with a ritualistic rattling of bells. Nationwide Gallery, Might 27-September 23.
IN one other daring live performance, Richard Tognetti and the ACO be part of Will Gregory and his Moog synthesisers as they carry out movie music in “A Clockwork Orange and Past”. Llewellyn Corridor, 8pm, Tuesday, Might 23.
PROFESSORS Lexi Con and Noel Edge (truly performers David Lampard and Emma Bargery) are again with one other thrilling voyage via the alphabet in “The Alphabet of Superior Science”, The Q, Might 26 -27.
THE Australian Nationwide Eisteddfod’s Bands and Orchestras occasion, encompassing round 2000 folks in 87 teams, will return to stay performances this month. Sections for singing, piano, speech and drama will observe in August and September. The bands’ occasion takes place at Llewellyn Corridor and Lyneham Excessive College Performing Arts Centre, Might 25-31. Particulars at nationaleisteddfod.org.au
“WELL-tempered Bach” with Joanne Arnott on recorders and Diana Weston on harpsichord options some Bach, but additionally a bitter-sweet remembrance from Elena Kats-Chernin and a commissioned work, Katia Tiutiunnik’s “Illumunida”. Wesley Music Centre, 3pm, Might 27.
ART Tune Canberra presents “Ladies Who Transfer the Coronary heart”, that includes soprano Sonia Anfiloff and Alan Hicks on piano. The ladies are poets Mathilde Wesendonck and Emily Dickinson and composer Amy Seaside. Wesley Music Centre, 3pm, Sunday, Might 21.
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Ian Meikle, editor