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Tuning fork: Shopfront

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posted on 2008-01-01, 00:00 authored by Jondi Keane, J Cunningham
The audience of this performance got to view actions and installations building and evolving over time, and a projected time-lapse video.
In this iteration of Tuning Fork, James Cunningham & Joncli Keane continue the development of their two pronged approach to finding the watering hole of stillness and action, collabora tion and orientation.Originating from a showing in the Bell Tower II series, in the Judy's new Shopfrontspaoe, Tuning Fork will Fuks accentuate the durational aspect of movement through time-lapse video, heighten the trans formative potential of objects using three-metre long carbon rods as instruments of sense, sound and support and alter the space through the numerous tape measures which take on a life of their own. James Cunningham and Jondi Keane inhabit the Shopfront from Friday 7 November, eJqJioring, measuring, filming and projecting, in order to fine tune their interactions for the performance season commencing 19 November.

History

Publisher

Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts

Location

Shopfront

Place of publication

Brisbane, Qld.

Start date

2008-11-19

End date

2008-11-29

Language

eng

Notes

This invited work (supported by the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts director) was a free event lasting 3 hours each evening. It was performed several times at the Judith Wright Centre for Contemporary Art between November 19th - 29th 2008.

Publication classification

J1.1 Major original creative work; JL4 Live performance - Other

Copyright notice

2008, The Authors

Extent

1 installation performance (180 min.)

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