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posted on 2018-08-18, 00:00 authored by Jondi Keane, Kaya Barry
Roads, paths, and walking tracks support and mediate our movements through the world. The materials and textures of these surfaces are intimately connected to the everyday navigation of and relationship with local landscapes. ROAD WORKS is an interactive exhibition that invites gallery visitors to explore the ways in which their response to textures and materiality influences how we use and reshape the pathways through shared spaces. Large moveable puzzle-like artworks can be moved and traversed, allowing visitor to measure their movement and participate in designing the paths that we co-create and choose to follow.

History

Publisher

Memo Gallery Yarra Ranges Council

Place of publication

Healesville, Vic.

Creation date

2018-01-01

Material type

art original

Language

English

Notes

The videos are a compilation of our creative works investigating moving through public spaces – acts of walking, moving, cycling and the visual textures that blur one’s movement with the environment that we are moving through. Excerpts of videos are from performative explorations in Melbourne, Brisbane, Tokyo, New York, Copenhagen and London.

Publication classification

J2 Minor original creative work

Extent

Installation, large-scale panoramic photographs and video work. The floor pieces are to be activated by the public and with the artists at public workshops

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