Portfolio : Iteration : Again 13 Public Art Projects Across Tasmania

Cross, David, do Campo, Fernando, Durling, Nicole, Jones, Sarah, Lee, Fiona, Quilliam, Damien, Silva, Paula and Stewart, Jane 2011, Portfolio : Iteration : Again 13 Public Art Projects Across Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania, 18 Sept.-15 Oct. 2011, Hobart, Tas., MONA.

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Title Portfolio : Iteration : Again 13 Public Art Projects Across Tasmania
Creator(s) Cross, DavidORCID iD for Cross, David orcid.org/0000-0003-4407-6317
do Campo, Fernando
Durling, Nicole
Jones, Sarah
Lee, Fiona
Quilliam, Damien
Silva, Paula
Stewart, Jane
Conference, exhibition or event name Iteration:Again 13 Public Art Projects Across Tasmania (2011 : Hobart, Tasmania)
Conference, exhibition or event location Hobart, Tasmania
Conference, exhibition or event dates 18 Sept.-15 Oct. 2011
Publication date 2011
Conference series Iteration:Again 13 Public Art Projects Across Tasmania
Description of resource 27 days
Publisher MONA
Place of publication Hobart, Tas.
Summary Iteration: Again is the second project in CAST’s International Art Program. For Iteration:Again Curatorial Director David Cross (NZ) was commissioned to travel to Tasmania to research and develop a project that includes the work of Tasmanian artists and curators working in a contemporary frame and an international context. Iteration:Again is a series of thirteen public art commissions by twenty- two Australian and international artists taking place across Tasmania from September 18 – October 15 2011. Produced by Contemporary Art Spaces Tasmania and David Cross, in conjunction with seven partner curators, Iteration:Again will present a compelling array of temporary artworks in largely unexpected places throughout Hobart, Launceston and beyond. Working to transform our experience of place for a moment in time, each commission will seek to address how temporary interventions or responses by artists to public sites, environments and buildings can serve to open up new ways of understanding Tasmania as a place with very complex cultural, social and spatial resonances. Fundamental to the curatorial premise is the idea of transforming or re-working an artwork over the course of a specified period of time.
Notes Iteration:Again brought together four partner institutions and six associate curators. ExternalfFunding was secured from Australia Council, SEACEX, Culture Ireland and Creative New Zealand. Featured artists included Paul O’Neill (Irealand/US), Liam Gillick (UK), Ruben Santiago (Spain) and Raquel Ormella (Australia).
Language eng
Field of Research 199999 Studies in Creative Arts and Writing not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective 970119 Expanding Knowledge through Studies of the Creative Arts and Writing
HERDC Research category J1.1 Major original creative works
ERA Research output type JO1 Original creative work - Visual art work
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30065321

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