31-Aug-2019 - 31-Aug-2019

The Roaring Forties

Julia Drouhin, Dylan Sheridan, Emily Sheppard, tarab, Sonnett.

​THE ROARING FORTIES is a temporary FM radio station and live concert between France and Tasmania.

Organised by Dr Julia Drouhin, the event is an audio conversation between the Structures Sonores Baschet and Dylan Sheridan’s exhibition Np423b: empty orchestra at Contemporary Art Tasmania.

During the two hour event audiences in Tasmania will be able to experience the sounds of Structures Sonores Baschet being played live, and broadcast from, Paris, by artists Rodolphe Alexis, DinahBird, Blenno Die Wurstbrucke Povera, Emile Boudghene, Angelique Buisson, Maya Boquet, Marco Dapic, Julia Drouhin, Frederic Fradet, Michal Mitro, Jean-Philippe Renoult, Lea Roger, Dexter Rosengrave and Valerie Vivancos, and performances at CAT by Dylan Sheridan, Emily Sheppard, tarab, and Sonnett. DATE: Saturday 31 August 2019 // TIME: 7-9pm // LOCATION: Contemporary Art Tasmania // A FREE EVENT

Image: Sonores Baschet, 2019. Photo: Julia Drouhin.

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10-Aug-2019 - 08-Sep-2019

Np423b: empty orchestra

Dylan Sheridan

NP423 - Sheridan’s first solo show in a white-cube gallery context - is a modular environment of hacked, circuit-bent and repurposed domestic objects. The work evolved from the idea and experience of ‘misophonia’ – an irrational and intense dislike of certain sounds. The interconnected objects each express a cathartic transformation through the amplification and synthesis of the sounds and things that irritate and ‘drive Sheridan nuts.’
OPENING: 6pm, Friday 9 August 2019 // EXHIBITION 10 August – 8 September 2019 // LOCATION: Contemporary Art Tasmania // A FREE EVENT

Image: Dylan Sheridan, Study for 13 circuit-bent smoke alarms, 2019. Courtesy of the artist

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17-Aug-2019 - 25-Aug-2019

Np423b Sound Workshops

Dylan Sheridan

Sound workshops with Np423b: empty orchestra artist, Dylan Sheridan. Listen to light or make things move with these interactive workshops for artists, and artists and their children! DATES: 17, 18 and 25 August // LOCATION: Contemporary Art Tasmania // BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL

Image: Courtesy of the Artist

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28-Sep-2019 - 10-Oct-2019

Shotgun 8: dark maria

ELOISE KIRK

Shotgun is an awarded opportunity that supports the advancement of selected Tasmanian artist/s through a customised and intensive program of high-level industry access, production assistance and critical engagement. Shotgun 8 artist Eloise Kirk presents work developed through the program.

Through the use of erasure, fragmentation and collage Kirk constructs a sequence of symbolic arrangements. The artist collects, divides and then reassemble images and materials, pitting the precious against the precarious. The work is explicitly elemental, offering an aesthetic response to the interval between beauty and disaster, straddling the periphery of the romantic and the surreal. Opening: 6pm, Friday 27 September 2019 // Exhibition: 28 September - 27 October 2019 // Location: Contemporary Art Tasmanian // A FREE EVENT

Image: Eloise Kirk and Cath Robinson, Shotgun 8 logo, 2019. Original Shotgun branding by LANZL.

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