Public Programme: Acting Out

 

Friday 5 May, 6pm
Adam Art Gallery
Acting Out exhibition opening

Saturday 6 May, 2pm
Adam Art Gallery
Join Adam Art Gallery Curator Stephen Cleland for a tour of the exhibition with participating artists Glenn Otto, Sarah Munro and Sorawit Songsataya.

Wednesday 24 May,  6 – 8pm
Two sonic performances: SYNC & Harmony of Spheres
staged in association with Victoria University’s New Zealand School of Music (Te Kōkī)
Adam Art Gallery

Composer/ performer duo SYNC (Jan-Bas Bollen (NL) and Alison Isadora (NZ/ NL)) create an interactive electronic environment combining improvised and composed material. Their performance is followed by Brisbane-based cellist John Addison (AUS), who performs contemporary works by composers Philip Brownlee, Alison Isadora, Giancinto Scelsi, and Jack Body (Body’s work features in Acting Out).

Thursday 1 June, 6pm
Film screening: A Clockwork Orange (1971), Directed by Stanley Kubrick
Adam Art Gallery

Join us for a special screening of Stanley Kubrick’s dystopian classic A Clockwork Orange, which features an Edward Bullmore painting in one of the film’s futuristic lounge scenes. We are going to make a night of it with specially themed drinks and the chance to ‘lounge’ alongside Glenn Otto’s large-scale wall painting.

Thursday 15 June, 6pm
Film screening: Invisible Adversaries (‘Unsichtbare Gegner’, 1977), Directed by VALIE EXPORT
Adam Art Gallery
Invisible Adversaries is the first of a series of feature-length films directed by Austrian artist VALIE EXPORT from the late 1970s onwards. This is a rare opportunity to see how this visionary artist adapts her unique language of montage, still photography, and performance to narrative-based cinema.