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Will to Form: Activated

Presented in association with Melbourne International Arts Festival

The sixth TarraWarra Biennial exhibition explores how human will is expressed in physical form. From throwing liquid bronze to whistling for three days straight, these works harness our wilful energies in curious and surprising ways.

Experience a day of transformative performances, artist talks and exhibition activations at this special TarraWarra Biennial 2018: From Will to Form event set in the spectacular surrounds of TarraWarra Museum of Art in the Yarra Valley.

Artist Kusum Normoyle will use the Museum’s extraordinary natural amphitheatre to premiere her new solo work Solid (Loud) Matter, 2018. Through her amplified voice, Normoyle will channel the power and energy of the land in an awe inspiring live performance set outside and overlooking the Yarra Valley terrain.

Other live performances include Belle Bassin, who will present the final culmination of her experimental body of work In Your Place, An Empty Space, 2017-18, based on her exploration of invisible forms and forces; and Bridie Lunney’s All for Nothing, 2018, with a live vocalist who will sing into the artist’s brass and gold sculptural forms, waking up the gallery space with their sonic vibrations.

Will to Form: Activated will also feature floor talks by TarraWarra Biennial artists in conversation with curator Emily Cormack, giving insight into artworks that consider the wild, intangible forces that animate human behaviour.

Coffee, pastries, wine, cheese platters and light lunch options will be available for purchase throughout the day from The Deck at TarraWarra Estate.

TICKETS
Bus and Exhibition Standard $30
Bus and Exhibition Seniors $28
Bus and Exhibition Pensioners, concession & students $25
Bus and Exhibition Child 12 and under $10

Exhibition Entry Standard $10
Exhibition Entry Seniors $8
Exhibition Entry Concession $5
Exhibition Entry Child 12 and under Free

Ticket includes exhibition entry, drink upon arrival and return bus from Federation Square (for bus ticket holders only). Tickets can only be purchased online. Bus departs from Federation Square at 9.45am. Return bus leaves TarraWarra Museum of Art at 4.15pm, arriving at Federation Square at approx. 5.15pm.

BOOK NOW VIA MELBOURNE FESTIVAL

Image: Kusum Normoyle with Mette Rasmussen, Magnesite Norway 2016-18 (video still) (detail), dual channel video and sound installation. Image: Nick Garner. Courtesy of the artists.

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Will to Form: Activated

11am-4pm
20 October 2018

Presented in association with Melbourne International Arts Festival

The sixth TarraWarra Biennial exhibition explores how human will is expressed in physical form. From throwing liquid bronze to whistling for three days straight, these works harness our wilful energies in curious and surprising ways.

Experience a day of transformative performances, artist talks and exhibition activations at this special TarraWarra Biennial 2018: From Will to Form event set in the spectacular surrounds of TarraWarra Museum of Art in the Yarra Valley.

Artist Kusum Normoyle will use the Museum’s extraordinary natural amphitheatre to premiere her new solo work Solid (Loud) Matter, 2018. Through her amplified voice, Normoyle will channel the power and energy of the land in an awe inspiring live performance set outside and overlooking the Yarra Valley terrain.

Other live performances include Belle Bassin, who will present the final culmination of her experimental body of work In Your Place, An Empty Space, 2017-18, based on her exploration of invisible forms and forces; and Bridie Lunney’s All for Nothing, 2018, with a live vocalist who will sing into the artist’s brass and gold sculptural forms, waking up the gallery space with their sonic vibrations.

Will to Form: Activated will also feature floor talks by TarraWarra Biennial artists in conversation with curator Emily Cormack, giving insight into artworks that consider the wild, intangible forces that animate human behaviour.

Coffee, pastries, wine, cheese platters and light lunch options will be available for purchase throughout the day from The Deck at TarraWarra Estate.

TICKETS
Bus and Exhibition Standard $30
Bus and Exhibition Seniors $28
Bus and Exhibition Pensioners, concession & students $25
Bus and Exhibition Child 12 and under $10

Exhibition Entry Standard $10
Exhibition Entry Seniors $8
Exhibition Entry Concession $5
Exhibition Entry Child 12 and under Free

Ticket includes exhibition entry, drink upon arrival and return bus from Federation Square (for bus ticket holders only). Tickets can only be purchased online. Bus departs from Federation Square at 9.45am. Return bus leaves TarraWarra Museum of Art at 4.15pm, arriving at Federation Square at approx. 5.15pm.

BOOK NOW VIA MELBOURNE FESTIVAL

Image: Kusum Normoyle with Mette Rasmussen, Magnesite Norway 2016-18 (video still) (detail), dual channel video and sound installation. Image: Nick Garner. Courtesy of the artists.