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Exhibition Migratory Projects : House Drag / Maquette

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All day on the 14th of February 2018

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PS Art Space 
22 Pakenham street 
  • West End


By Andrew Sunley Smith & Daniel Egger

Friday 19 January 2018, 6.30pm-8.30pm
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20 January - 14 February 2018
Tue-Fri, 10am-4pm, Sat, 10am-2pm

This new work crucially functions to bring together and manifest the most ambitious realisation of the projects and practices that have evolved under the interconnected concept of Migratory Projects which began in Western Australia and New South Wales in 2003 (ongoing) and that has since received national and international acclaim (Australia / Scotland / Denmark) since its inception. 

'Migratory Projects: House Drag / Maquette', forms a working introduction of a collaborative event that marks the second stage of an ambitious three part project developed between Andrew Sunley Smith and Daniel Egger. 

Stage three of the project will form as a large scale sculptural and performative filmic event that will see an actual full size, furnished house slowly dragged and pulled apart via forward velocity to its destruction. 

This iteration of the three part project functions as an abstracted full size 1:1 scale framework/house/maquette, exhibited as a working open form, along with a series of process related components, comprising of films, a specially created and restored full size vehicle, plus a series of sculptural objects, tools / equipment, print works, photographs and drawings - the objective of which is to further display, explore and momentarily situate the projects intent and scope, pulling focus toward its logistic, psychological (often silent) poetics and visceral realities. 

  • Free!
    • Kids
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