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Gesture Manifest
If our repertoire of bodily gestures is a language, then our discrete movements and poses are words and sentences.

WED 20 - SAT 30 JUL 2016
12pm - 6pm
BLINDSIDE
Nicholas Building, 37 Swanston St, Melbourne

FREE


If our repertoire of bodily gestures is a language, then our discrete movements and poses are words and sentences.

This exhibition articulates the relationships between these words-movements and their surroundings—how a grammar becomes physical.

Giving voice to the inaudible. Marking, staining, rubbing against and pressing onto the world. Generating little records of a presence.

Through Gesture Manifest, objects are imbued with new velocity: seconds and minutes of touch help us perceive months and years; material that was static is now slow-motion. This exhibition offers situations as ‘gestural events’.

What was fixed is in-motion. What was silent is speaking.

 

Artists

Carolyn Eskdale
Bridie Lunney and Shelley Lasica
Clare Milledge and Tom Smith

Performances

Thursday 21 July, 6-8pm: opening performance by Tom Smith

Saturday 30 July, 4pm: closing performance by Shelley Lasica

Curated by Anabelle Lacroix and Andrew Tetzlaff

documentation partners