FELTspace De-Versions Festival 2013
From November 22nd - December 14th, FELTspace will host a number of creative events as part of this year's DE-VERSIONS Festival.
Please see our program below:
Friday 22nd (7-10pm) - Sunday 24th Launch: FELTnatural - River Torrens Public Art Project A site specific group exhibition along the River Torrens. Opening night Friday 22nd from 7pm.
The opening celebration will be held on the River Torrens foreshore at the junction of Victoria Drive and Kintore Avenue. The Sneaky Pickle and ChurrOZ food trucks will join us for the event and drinks will be available for purchase. The artworks are on location for viewing until end of day Sunday.
Artists include: Mathew Bradley, Aurelia Carbone, Sundari Carmody, Jemimah Davis, Maartern Daudeji, Steph English, Nicholas Folland, Arlon Hall, Ray Harris, Matt Huppatz, Christian Lock, Alex Lofting, Jessica Miley, Deborah Paauwe, Madeline Reece, Patrick Rees, Derek Sargent, Carly Snoswell, James Tylor, Meg Wilson.
Wednesday 27th : 6pm View the first creation of our continually growing exhibition, which runs through out DE-VERSIONS. We have asked one artist from each of the last 5 years to create a FELTspace site specific work. They can either respond to the artist who works before them or completely start again. Founding Co-Director and past exhibiting artist Monte Masi kicks starts this event on the 27th.
FELTspace will also launch the January to March exhibition program for 2014.
Monte Masi: "I am inviting all current and ex-FELTspace directors to attend a private event on Monday evening at 6pm on November 25th at the FELTspace gallery entitled Trying to Remember Everything That Has Ever Happened at FELTspace.
During the event, we will do exactly as the title suggests: recording all artists, exhibitions and other activity that has occured at FELTspace since its inception in 2008. This record will be written directly onto the gallery wall at FELTspace and remain there during the de-versions festival - a series of events and 24 hour exhibitions - opening November 27th. A photograph of the event will also be produced and displayed at the November 27th opening."
Friday 29th: 6pm The second installment of our continually growing exhibition by Roy Ananda will open at 6pm and is to be followed by a sound and performance evening from 7pm featuring Alison Currie, Jason Sweeny and Wolf Panther.
'Fill' is a developed excerpt taken from 'Build, Hold, Destroy' created and perfomed by Alison Currie in collaboration with Lisa Lonero, Carlie Angel, Stephen Hayter, Gemma Stocks and Sascha Budimski as part of Window World Adelaide Fringe 2013. Thanks to Kel Mocilnik, Jessie McKinlay and Tessa Leon.
Followed by 'Three songs for melancholy parties' by Jason Sweeney, and sound performances by Drive West Today, Wolf Panther and friends.
Tuesday 3rd December: 6pm Mutt Huppatz will create the third installment for our continually growing exhibition, to be followed at 6.30 by a Panel Discussion about arts industry roles and how practicing artists approach and work with the professionals in those roles. Featuring:
Lisa Slade - Project Curator at the Art Gallery of South Australia
Paul Greenaway - Director of Greenaway Art Gallery
Rayleen Forester -Independent Curator and Visual Arts Manager for the Adelaide Festival
Annemarie Kohn - Program Manager at Carclew
To be hosted by Arts writer, Curator and FELTspace Co-Director Eleanor Scicchitano
Thursday 5th: 6pm Growing Exhibition installation opening #4 featuring the work of Katrina Simmons to be followed by a film screening of 'Pink Narcissus' at 8pm.
Thursday 12th: 6pm The final installment in the continually growing exhibition by Brad Lay to be followed by our second film night showing L'Age d'or (The Golden Age) at 8pm.
Saturday 14th: 6pm DE-VERSIONS closing party and end of year Christmas drinks at FELTspace. With the launch of our new exhibition space, TREEspace right out the front. All welcome!