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TarraWarra Biennial 2018: Opening Weekend

Experience Mike Parr’s durational whistling performance Whistle White, 2018, as well as artist floor talks and performances by Bridie Lunney, Belle Bassin and Hiromi Tango, over the opening weekend of the TarraWarra Biennial 2018: From Will to Form. Free with exhibition entry.

Saturday 4 August

11am-5pm Mike Parr’s durational whistling performance Whistle White, 2018, featuring young Melbourne artists working together to whistle continuously for three days

ARTIST FLOOR TALKS: FROM THE LAND AND IN TRANSMISSION
WITH CURATOR EMILY CORMACK
12.30pm Artists from Erub Arts
12.45pm Julie Gough
1.00pm Justine Varga
1.15pm Alison Murray
1.30pm Dale Harding
1.45pm Agatha Gothe-Snape
2.00pm Michael Snape

2.30pm Artist Mel Deerson responds to Belle Bassin’s experimental body of work In Your Place, An Empty Space, 2017-18, through a live performance incorporating physical movement and the spoken word

ARTIST FLOOR TALKS: FROM THE PSYCHE AND IN RELEASE
WITH CURATOR EMILY CORMACK
2.45pm Hiromi Tango
3.00pm Mike Parr
3.15pm Claire Lambe
3.30pm Michelle Ussher
3.45pm Lindy Lee
4.00pm Isadora Vaughan

Sunday 5 August 

11am-5pm Mike Parr’s durational whistling performance Whistle White, 2018, featuring young Melbourne artists working together to whistle continuously for three days

11am-5pm Bridie Lunney’s work All for Nothing, 2018, featuring live vocal performances by Australian singer, composer and songwriter Ilan Kidron at intervals throughout the day

11am-5pm Hiromi Tango’s Lizard Tail (Dawn), 2018, with live performances throughout the day. 


Image: Bridie Lunney, Fold 2017 (detail), steel, blue stone, rubber, performance. Performers: Deanne Butterworth, Shelley Lasica, Torie Nimmervoll and Lilian Steiner. Melbourne Prize for Urban Sculpture, Federation Square, Melbourne. Photo: Timothy Herbert. 

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Past Events

TarraWarra Biennial 2018: Opening Weekend

11am-5pm
4 - 5 August 2018

Experience Mike Parr’s durational whistling performance Whistle White, 2018, as well as artist floor talks and performances by Bridie Lunney, Belle Bassin and Hiromi Tango, over the opening weekend of the TarraWarra Biennial 2018: From Will to Form. Free with exhibition entry.

Saturday 4 August

11am-5pm Mike Parr’s durational whistling performance Whistle White, 2018, featuring young Melbourne artists working together to whistle continuously for three days

ARTIST FLOOR TALKS: FROM THE LAND AND IN TRANSMISSION
WITH CURATOR EMILY CORMACK
12.30pm Artists from Erub Arts
12.45pm Julie Gough
1.00pm Justine Varga
1.15pm Alison Murray
1.30pm Dale Harding
1.45pm Agatha Gothe-Snape
2.00pm Michael Snape

2.30pm Artist Mel Deerson responds to Belle Bassin’s experimental body of work In Your Place, An Empty Space, 2017-18, through a live performance incorporating physical movement and the spoken word

ARTIST FLOOR TALKS: FROM THE PSYCHE AND IN RELEASE
WITH CURATOR EMILY CORMACK
2.45pm Hiromi Tango
3.00pm Mike Parr
3.15pm Claire Lambe
3.30pm Michelle Ussher
3.45pm Lindy Lee
4.00pm Isadora Vaughan

Sunday 5 August 

11am-5pm Mike Parr’s durational whistling performance Whistle White, 2018, featuring young Melbourne artists working together to whistle continuously for three days

11am-5pm Bridie Lunney’s work All for Nothing, 2018, featuring live vocal performances by Australian singer, composer and songwriter Ilan Kidron at intervals throughout the day

11am-5pm Hiromi Tango’s Lizard Tail (Dawn), 2018, with live performances throughout the day. 


Image: Bridie Lunney, Fold 2017 (detail), steel, blue stone, rubber, performance. Performers: Deanne Butterworth, Shelley Lasica, Torie Nimmervoll and Lilian Steiner. Melbourne Prize for Urban Sculpture, Federation Square, Melbourne. Photo: Timothy Herbert.