Initiated in 2015, TEXTclub is a public program that parallels FELTspace's monthly exhibition programming. It provides a platform for discourse and critical discussion around art, text, inter-disciplinary ideas, and the relationship between the current exhibition and selected 'text'.
We welcome the local community - arts-oriented and beyond - to be present and participate in these open format and accessible discussions around the selected 'text', however the term may be interpreted, with the featured artists and our facilitators.
JOIN US MONDAY THE 17TH, 6PM AT FELTSPACE FOR TEXTCLUB FEATURING SEPTEMBER BACK GALLERY ARTIST CHELSEA FARQUHAR
June 2018: Barriers IRL - Tom Borgas (SA)
A walking tour of the city's concrete barriers, led by the artist, while in discussion around the selected text.
Hito Steyerl, 'In Free Fall: A Thought Experiment on Vertical Perspective', Journal #24, e-flux, April 2011.
May 2018: A Frame Tale of the Forgotten #3 - Sonara Krix (SA)
The Ground Image by Jean-Luc Nancy, New York: Fordham University Press, 2005, pp 67-68.
December 2017: Out Loud, In Full - Matthew Gorgula (NSW)
Durational reading performance of 'A Room of One's Own' by Virginia Woolf
November 2017: Olivia Kathigitis (SA), Cassie Thring (SA) and Kate Power (SA) in discussion about their exhibitions, recent residencies and the selected texts.
'A Lonely City' and 'A Field Guide to Getting Lost'.
October 2017: Peeneeyt Meerreeng (Before, Now, Tomorrow) Hayley Millar-Baker (VIC)
'Australian Aboriginal Art: It's Still A White Thing' by Claire E Hanlon
September 2017: 21st Century Explorer - Alycia Bennett (SA)
'Enclave' Audio walking tour by Alycia Bennett
July 2017: Tammy and Jim - Min Wong (SA)
'Holy Mountain' by Alexandro Jodorowsky
June 2017: Since The Invention of the Kiss... - Christina Peek (SA)
'How Rom-Coms Undermine Women' by Megan Garber
May 2017: Cast No Shadow - Mia Van den Bos (SA)
'The Society of the Unspectacular' by Eric Kluitenberg
April 2017: Parallel - Kristen Coleman (SA)
Wasp (2003, 24:11) by Andrea Arnold
March 2017: 1:1 - Sara Morawetz (NY/NSW)
"On the Impossibility of Drawing a Map of the Empire on a Scale of 1 to 1" by Umberto Eco
1:1 (After Umberto) – Part II (FELTspace – Adelaide, SA, 2017) Sara Morawetz
February 2017: Studies of Nature - Ash Tower (SA)
'Editorial Response Social Text' by Bruce Robbins and Andrew Ross (Co-Editors, for Social Text)
December 2016: City of Future Excess - Jen Mathews (VIC/SA)
'The Generic City' (1995) by Rem Koolhaas
November 2016: Port-all - Edwina Cooper (SA)
'Shipwreck with Spectator' by Hans Blumenberg
September 2016: Vote For Me - Curated by Powerhouse, Text selected by Kate Power (SA)
'Taking the Measure of Sexism: Facts, Figures, and Fixes' by Maura Reilly
August 2016: not - Grace Marlow (SA)
'Object Lessons: Thinking Gender Variance through Minimalist Sculpture' by Gordon Hall
July 2016: You Can See Me But I Can't See You - Kristen Coleman (SA)
'Ten Minutes Older' (1978) by Herz Frank
June 2016: Encounter Doubt - Benjamin Crowley (QLD)
BNE - ADL / Exclusive screening of six Brisbane video artists: Rachael Archibald, Yannick Blattner, Jaden Gallagher, Aishla Manning, Daniel McKewen, Parallel Park (Tayla Haggarty and Holly Bates) curated by Benjamin Crowley
May 2016: I like dancing and dancing likes me - Luke Wilcox (SA)
'I Am Searching For Field Character' (1977) by Joseph Beuys
March 2016: Slime Time - Anna Gore (SA)
'One Work series: Mary Heilman 'Save the Last Dance for Me'' by Terry R. Myers
February 2016: Team Trampoline - Meg Wilson (SA)
Rosannagh MacLennan Wins Women's Trampoline Gold - London 2012 Olympics
January 2016: ćreature of the elēgiac - Elise Bonato (SA)
'Cinema of the Sublime: Theorising the Ineffable' by Jeffrey Pence
November 2015: Filth is Glamour - Celeste Aldahn (SA)
'The Solar Anus' by Georges Bataille
October 2015: I'm Cornered - Roberta Rich (VIC)
'Passing for White, Passing for Black' by Adrian Piper
September 2015: lighthousekeeping - Sally Arnold (SA), Rebecca Birch (UK), Mary Good (VIC), Elizabeth Hetzel (SA), Olga Sankey (SA)
'lighthousekeeping' (2004) by Jeanette Winterson