As part of Underbelly Arts Late at the Lab, Liquid Architecture hosts an evening of coastal listening, sloppy digressions and tidal thinking. This Lab will offer ideas and discussion led by curator Camila Marambio and lecturer Astrida Neimanis, with the goal of opening participants’ ears to a set of subjects: water, rocks, sand, weeds, shells and things that live in them. Let your ideas rise with the tide during this experimental process of shore-listening, where water and earth are two moments of a p a s s a g e.
Astrida Neimanis is a writer, researcher and theorist with a focus on gender, feminisms and the environmental humanities.
Camila Marambio is a nomadic researcher who focuses on ecological issues through experimental undisciplined exercise.
6PM: Meet at the Hoff Gallery and take tour of Underbelly Arts works in progress
7PM: Meet at the Hoff Gallery for Late at the Lab, hosted by Liquid Architecture
Liquid Architecture is an Australian organisation for artists working with sound. LA investigates the sounds themselves, but also the ideas communicated about, and the meaning of, sound and listening.
The Underbelly Arts Lab is a two-week creative development residency, where artists from all 21 projects will be onsite at National Art School, developing, installing and rehearsing their ambitious projects. Witness the madness and magic of experimental art getting made behind-the-scenes at a Lab tour or Late at the Lab event!partners