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Architectonics explore art, architecture and space through music. Join us to hear three performances inspired by Napier Waller’s Leckie Window.
Join Dr Craig Barker, Manager of Education and Public Programs, Sydney University Museums as he discusses the excavation of the Ancient Theatre of Nea Paphos in Cyprus and the fascinating links between ancient culture and contemporary art that the excavations have revealed. This archaeological project greatly influenced much of Angela Brennan's work in the Angela Brennan: Forms of life exhibition.
A Galaxy of Suns features a 36-part choir ‘singing’ the stars as they rise and set over the horizon. Join artist Michaela Gleave for this performance across the Gallery. This performance is presented as part of the Melbourne Festival.
For more than forty years, Charles Gaines’ cross-disciplinary conceptual art practice has explored the relationship between aesthetics and politics through the use of semiotics, logic, and rule-based structures. Join Gaines at the Melbourne Recital Centre for this premier performance of Sound Text. The language of protest and resistance provides the music for this thought-provoking small chamber opera.