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Left: Lorna Napanangka, Untitled (Marrapinti), 2003
Right: George Ward Tjungurrayi  Untitled (Kutungka Napanangka) 2003
Copyright contact for for Lorna and George is Aboriginal Artists Agency: -Anthony Wallace –  Antnywallis@aol.com or call 02 9923 2355

photo Russell Emerson

an essentially vague performance; an inexact mag; persistent chatter; interferences

between

dancer Tess de Quincey
academic Stuart Grant

ART GALLERY OF NSW
Friday 11 Febuary4.30pm

 

as a part of
Conference
THE POETICS OF AUSTRALIAN SPACE
10-13 February 2005

www.arts.usyd.edu.au/rihss/poas.html

 

CONFERENCE
presented by
The School of English, Art History, Film & Media – The University of Sydney

in collaboration with the
Art Gallery of NSW

Robert Klippel, No. 714 Wooden prototype for Adelaide Plaza bronze 1988 Copyright Contact: Andrew Klippel klippel@e-room.com.au

Stuart Grant is a phenomenologist at the Department of Performance Studies, The University of Sydney. He is an experienced performer and a singer by trade. For the last few years he has been working from audiences in completion of a PhD. Previously he worked with De Quincey Co on the beach, in the asphalt, on the floor and in the red Centre. He lives a quiet life at Byron Bay where he likes to go fishing.

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