Now in its fourth edition, Time_Place_Space: Nomad is a research-based travelling laboratory; with an emphasis on collaborative trans and cross disciplinary art making, site-specificity and artistic resilience.
Taking artists on the road into regional Victoria, participants will cook, eat and camp out together; exploring practice, networks and the potential for collaboration.
How to apply
Time_Place_Space: Nomad 2018 will take place in mid-late April 2018.
Applications are invited from emerging and established artists working across disciplines, cultures, and media. Artists are asked to consider the complexity of the long emergency of climate change, adaptive practice, scarcity and resilience, of place and nationhood, the bare necessities of life and art-making in an unfixed and ever-changing environment.
Applications for 2018 will open in October 2017, and artists will be notified in mid-December.
In 2016, Time_Place_Space: Nomad travelled into the Wimmera plains to test and re-imagine the artists’ practice as adaptive and resilient, based in an understanding of place and country. Hosted by the local community at Natimuk, Time_Place_Space: Nomad provided a forum for exchange and opportunities for co-creation.
2016 facilitating artists: Emily Johnson, Sarah Rodigari in association with Vicki Couzens, Marnie Badham and Karen Therese
2016 participants: Sarah Jane Pell, Baden Hitchcock, Ngioka Bunda Heath, Dr Jen Rae, Dan Koop, Rachael Sooji Kim, Natalie Abbott, Sarah Aitken, Selena de Carvalho, Asha Bee Abraham, Kate Hill and community member and elder Lorna Hannon.
Local support: Uncle Ron Marks, Wotojabuluk traditional owner of the area including Natimuk Lakes, Dr Greg Pritchard, artist, Anthony Pelchen, Anna Cordingly, Dave Jones and Jillian Pearce.