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Symposium: So Duchamp (Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery) [Crawley, WA]




Symposium: So Duchamp (Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery) [Crawley, WA]

Ticketing Information

AUSLAN-INTERPRETED SHOW


Date/Time:

Saturday October 6, 2018 - 11:00 AM

Location:

Woolnough Lecture Theatre UWA
35 Stirling Hwy,
Crawley , WA 6009
Australia

Tickets:

FREE EVENT

Interpreter:

Christy Filipich & Linda Beales

Language/ Cultural Consultant:

Website:

https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/symposium-so-duchamp-registration-48638929347



About the Show

Co-hosted by the Institute of Advanced Studies and the UWA Cultural Precinct.

Venue is the Woolnough Lecture Theatre, 2 minute walk from LWAG.

Enquiries to LWAG (lwag@uwa.edu.au or 08 6488 3707) or Institute of Advanced Studies (ias@uwa.edu.au)

A free public symposium presented in conjunction with the exhibition HERE&NOW18: Besides, it is always the others who die on show at LWAG from 1 September until 8 December 2018. Join artists, academics and curators in examining the omnipresent legacy of Marcel Duchamp within contemporary art. Is Duchamp relevant to the significant challenges of today?

Presenters:
• Dr Marcus Moore, Senior Lecturer, School of Art, Massey University, New Zealand.
• Lara Nicholls, Curator 19th Century Australian Art, the National Gallery of Australia.
• Robert Cook, Curator of Contemporary Design and International Art, the Art Gallery of Western Australia.

Artist Talks by Julie Dowling, Carly Lynch, Dr Perdita Phillips, Bjoern Rainer-Adamson, Dr Alex Spremberg and Peter & Molly

Image: Bjoern Rainer-Adamson, Moments of conflict (mechanical contention) (detail), 2018, plywood, deconstructed Victor mechanical calculator from 1969 parts reassembled with additional electric motors, 97 x 200 x 85cm. © the artist.

About the exhibition:

HERE&NOW18 will present new works from Western Australian artists Perdita Phillips, Alex Spremberg, Carly Lynch, Peter & Molly, Julie Dowling, and Bjoern Rainer-Adamson that respond to the challenge of contemporary art set by Marcel Duchamp