2010 Next Wave FestivalPresented in Season 1 2010
Presented by Next Wave in association with Arts House
12pm-8pm, Fri 14 May
12pm-8pm, Sat 15 May
12pm-8pm, Sun 16 May
12pm-8pm, Mon 17 May
12pm-8pm, Tue 18 May
12pm-8pm, Wed 19 May
12pm-8pm, Thurs 20 May
12pm-8pm, Fri 21 May
12pm-8pm, Sat 22 May
12pm-8pm, Sun 23 May
12pm-8pm, Mon 24 May
12pm-8pm, Tue 25 May
12pm-8pm, Wed 26 May
12pm-8pm, Thurs 27 May
12pm-8pm, Fri 28 May
12pm-8pm, Sat 29 May
12pm-5pm, Sun 30 May
5 Blackwood St,
Structural Integrity is a large-scale exhibition and cultural exchange initiative, and a keynote project in the 2010 Next Wave Festival. Structural. Integrity will bring together six Australian and five Asian Artist Run Initiatives to explore independent and emerging arts culture across the region. As the first ever showcase of emerging arts practice from Asia in the Next Wave Festival, Structural Integrity will highlight the shared, as well as distinctive characteristics of grassroots artistic culture across the region. The exhibition will provide a snapshot view of emerging arts practice in today’s rapidly changing artistic and geo-cultural context.
Also at Arts House during Next Wave is ‘PrivateDances’ – an immersive and celebratory event exploring intimate encounters with dance. Meanwhile, Mogo Zoo the creative team behind ‘The Tent’, will continue their investigation of space and theatre with ‘Hole in the Wall’. See nextwave.org.au for further information.
Arts House is proud to continue its partnership with Next Wave in supporting the next generation of Australia’s artists and audiences.
For Structural Integrity Next Wave is proud to present new work, developed on-site, by:
Art Center Ongoing (Tokyo); Boxcopy Contemporary Art Space (Brisbane); FELTSpace (Adelaide); House of Natural Fiber (Jogyakarta); Locksmith Project Space (Sydney); Post Museum (Singapore); Six_a Artist Run Initiative (Hobart); TUTOK (Manila); Vitaminn Creative Space (Guangzhou); West Space (Melbourne); and Y3K (Melbourne).
Supported by – This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its funding and advisory body. Structural Integrity was developed in the CultureLAB.
Image by – Mashiro Wada – ‘Golden Week’ (2008) for Art Center Ongoing (Tokyo)