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Project 2060: Homeward Bound

Arts & Culture North Sydney

 

MARCH 2021/150 ARTISTS/5 VENUES

 

VENUE 1 - HOMELY OFFERINGS!

10 - 21 March, 10am - 5pm

 

The Coal Loader Tunnel 1/26 Chambers

43 artists + 6 groups

The Coal Loader, 2 Balls Head Road, Waverton

The film presents a playful and dreamlike tracing of the Fibonacci sequence, which is observed in various spiral patterns, forms and movements in nature and in the authors' everyday life. Whilst superimposed video layers present these forms and movements, they also point to the layered states of mind behind the creative processes of art making. 

The film presents a playful and dreamlike tracing of the Fibonacci sequence, which is observed in various spiral patterns, forms and movements in nature and in the authors' everyday life. Whilst superimposed video layers present these forms and movements, they also point to the layered states of mind behind the creative processes of art making. 

The film presents a playful and dreamlike tracing of the Fibonacci sequence, which is observed in various spiral patterns, forms and movements in nature and in the authors' everyday life. Whilst superimposed video layers present these forms and movements, they also point to the layered states of mind behind the creative processes of art making. 

The film presents a playful and dreamlike tracing of the Fibonacci sequence, which is observed in various spiral patterns, forms and movements in nature and in the authors' everyday life. Whilst superimposed video layers present these forms and movements, they also point to the layered states of mind behind the creative processes of art making. 

The film presents a playful and dreamlike tracing of the Fibonacci sequence, which is observed in various spiral patterns, forms and movements in nature and in the authors' everyday life. Whilst superimposed video layers present these forms and movements, they also point to the layered states of mind behind the creative processes of art making. 

PROJECT 2060: HOMEWARD BOUND is a major curatorial initiative exhibiting works by 150 artists at five Council venues. This innovative project showcases the breadth of creativity in the region incorporating installation, sculpture, new media, painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, textiles, basketry, paper making & contemporary jewellery by artists & groups who have participated in Council’s Arts & Culture North Sydney programs.

 

An Arts & Culture North Sydney event.

 

ARTISTS

Alex Thorby, Alma Studholme, Ana Young, Anne Numont, Annette Galstaun, Basia Zielnska, Beth Radford, Bernadette Facer, Bridget Kennedy, Daniel Kim, Debbie Mackinnon, Dense Oates, Emily Crockford, Frances O'Rourke, Gabrielle Bates, Gloria Florez, Guy Fredericks, Ingrid Morley, Jane Theau, Janet Tavener, Kathie Najar, Katie Louise Williams, Katrina Brennan, Mathew Calandra, Michelle Arnott, Michelle Morcos, Mike Staniford, Paul McDonald, Phillip Sidney, Phillipa Hagon, Rhonda Pryor, Sally Aplin, Sandra Winkworth, Shahroud Ghahani, Susanna Chen Chow, Tamsin Salehian, Terhi Hakola, Thom Roberts, Tianli Zu, Tilly Lees, Tina Fox, Toshiko Oiyama, Victoria Aktinson

 

GROUPS

Basketry NSW, Primrose Paper Arts, Primrose Park Photography, Studio A, Sydney Textiles, untethered fibre artists

Image: Janet Tavener, Orologio,   detail