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TREATED

Bishop, Cameron 2015, TREATED, Edited by Bell, C., Cole Chocka, B., Evans, M., Cross, D., McGrath, S., Panigirakis, S. and Noble, T., Wyndham Art Gallery, 24 Nov. 2015 - 10 Jan. 2016, Wyndham Art Gallery, Wyndham Art Gallery.

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Title TREATED
Creator(s) Bishop, Cameron
Contributor(s) Bell, C.
Cole Chocka, B.
Evans, M.
Cross, D.
McGrath, S.
Panigirakis, S.
Noble, T.
Conference, exhibition or event name TREATED
Conference, exhibition or event location Wyndham Art Gallery
Conference, exhibition or event dates 24 Nov. 2015 - 10 Jan. 2016
Publication date 2015
Description of resource Documentation, catalogue essay
Publisher Wyndham Art Gallery
Place of publication Wyndham Art Gallery
Keyword(s) Vernacular histories
film
contemporary art
participatory practice
process
abjection
elimination
Summary The exhibition and community engagement hub, TREATED (the sublime passage), is at the Wyndham Art Gallery. The show allows a greater number of people to reflect on and engage with the works completed on-site, engage with the practice of the artists, and to consider ideas around process, elimination and purification as seen in the public art event, TREATMENT. There are tensions to explore here for as sewerage is transformed into liquid gold (water), ideas take form through material processes to become artworks. The exhibition also reveals much more about the artists’ research and aspects and factoids about the site. Architectural elements (installed by Bishop and Reis) referencing Melbourne Water’s Information Centre will activate the space – in displays, archival material, discarded materials and unused footage, diary notes and documentation of the project including video interviews with key people involved in the project. Two workshops will run with artists and members of the community, inviting participants to respond to the work, a particular process and prompt. This is a feature of the project that will allow for collaboration with a wide range of community stakeholders as workshops would draw on the histories and technologies of the site to provoke reflection and a material response from participants.
Language eng
Field of Research 190104 Visual Cultures
Socio Economic Objective 950104 The Creative Arts (incl. Graphics and Craft)
HERDC Research category J1 Major original creative works
ERA Research output type JO1 Original creative work - Visual art work
Copyright notice ©2015, Wyndham Art Gallery
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30079576

Document type: Conference, Exhibition or Event
Collection: School of Communication and Creative Arts
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