The pointy end of this project is fast approaching and I’m looking forwards to sharing the work that I have been making.
Dates as follows –
ARTSPACE GALLERY, PLAYHOUSE THEATRE, OPEN FROM AUG 19 – SEP 4
ARTIST TALK, SATURDAY 20TH AUGUST, 3PM
MURAL PAINTING, HAYEK PLAZA WALL, FROM AUGUST 1
Until then – lots of updates will be coming through Instagram – you can check out the hashtag #achatwithfred for these specific posts – link following
Click on the link here for a quick little interview I did with Australian Arts Review.
Here’s a quick snap from a workshop that I held in conjunction with Murray Bridge Regional Gallery last week. This is Dylan – Dylan loved it!
I have gathered a bunch of pics from this recent project and made a page for your viewing pleasure. Follow the link -
I have been invited by Ali McGregor, co-director if this year’s Adelaide Cabaret Festival, to translate a number of performers portraits into stencilled posters that will be pasted up throughout the Festival Centre venues. Lots of updates and pics over on Instagram.
There have been so many great contributions to this project over the last couple of months, both in the form of drawings and in the form of suggestions that I have been able to translate into illustrated form. There is a big pile of great contributions still to be sorted through and developed.
THIS WEDNESDAY, THE 25TH OF MAY, FROM 3 – 7PM
WILL BE MY FINAL WORKSHOP SESSION AT THE ADELAIDE CITY LIBRARY
I look forward to visits from anyone who would still like to come along and have a chat or make a contribution to ‘Machines to Save a City’. During June we will be placing the wonderful fantasy trike in Francis Street where it will make it’s home for the next couple of months.
You can see a bunch of pics from the project at the following link.
The Adelaide City Library has had a number of artist residencies in the last couple of years. They aim to both engage their community of users, creatively, and develop outcomes that can invigorate their Francis Street entrance (just off of Rundle Mall). Over the next couple of months I will be working together with the City Library on a project that will result in a fantastic cargo tricycle that will make its home in Francis Street between June and August this year. The premise of my project is to engage the notion of ‘Ideas for machines to save a city’ (of which I believe a bicycle may be). Drawings, notes and ideas developed during workshop sessions will form the external embellishment of a structure that will be carried by the machine that I am making.
I will be hosting a series of public workshops at the City Library as part of the process.
Session times and further information can be viewed here-
Thanks to the great team at fine print magazine for the invitation to contribute to their latest issue which approaches the theme of ‘place’. I have written a short piece that explores some of my sense of place, particularly ideas of exploring space, adventures, art and their possible intersections. This issue also features contributions from Jenna McKenzie (SA), Kate Moskwa (SA) and Sera Waters (SA).
You can check it out at the following link.