Memory Flows

Exhibitions May 12, 2010 No Comments


15 MAY – 20 JUNE 2010 | open weekends only 10am – 4pm

Memory Flows is an ongoing and distributed media art project of the Centre for Media Arts Innovation
(CMAI) UTS. As elsewhere around the globe, Australian rivers are conduits that are emblematic of networking systems, travel systems and survival systems. Memories and stories – both actual and fictional – will flow and stream from Australians intense and varied relationships with water. Artists belonging to this group have tapped into the specific memory that rivers and waterways retain, streaming their enquiry back to the group and out to a larger public audience via exhibition.

Ian Andrews | Chris Bowman | Chris Caines |Damian Castaldi | Sherre DeLys | Clement Girault| Jacqueline Gothe | Ian Gwilt | Megan Heyward | Nigel Helyer | Neil Jenkins | Solange Kershaw| Roger Mills | Maria Miranda | Norie Neumark | Shannon O’Neill | Greg Shapley | Victor Steffensen | Jen Teo | Jes Tyrrell

Armory Gallery, Newington Armory
Jamieson Street (off Holker Street),
Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127
Friday 14 May 2010 @ 6pm
Talks @ 7pm to be opened by Judith Blackall,
Head of Artistic Programmes at the Museum of Contemporary Art
Headwater performance @ 8pm by The Field
There will be a charter bus leaving from the Art Gallery of NSW
(5:45pm) and stopping at UTS (6pm) before heading out to the
Armory (arrival @ 6:45pm). Return charter service to Central Station
departs from the Blaxland Riverside parking lot @ 9pm.
FREE parking at Blaxland Riverside Park car park

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