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Leyla Stevens, the place one lives.,, curated by Josephine Mead, installation view at Blindside. Scenes for solace (2020), HD video, stereo sound, 8:28 min. This work was commissioned by Prototype. Courtesy the artist

the place one lives.,

Talia Smith, Leyla Stevens, Miko Revereza, Amrita Hepi

1 Aug–30 Oct 2020

For the place one lives., four artists were invited to submit work relating to notions of home. The resulting works by Miko Revereza, Leyla Stevens, Talia Smith and Amrita Hepi consider what constitutes home through different guises - meditating on the malleability of home through gesture, image, memory, the body, story and site. That which constitutes home can adapt and evolve over time. What remains constant for creative practitioners is that art has the ability to act as a homea place one can always return.

Online, Exhibition, Publication, Satellite
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For the place one lives., four artists were invited to submit work relating to notions of home.

Exhibited at Blindside Satellite Screens Online at Blindside + on public screens at Bunjil Place, Narre Warren; Harmony Square, Dandenong; Liverpool, Sydney and Beenleigh Queensland.

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Magnesite Norway
Kusum Normoyle with Mette Rasmussen, Magnesite Norway, 2018. Stills from dual channel HD video, 4.1 sound, 23:00min. Courtesy the artist and collaborators: Kusum Normoyle (voice and amplifier) & Mette Rasmussen (alto saxophone). Location videography: Nick Garner. Recording mix & master: Lasse Marhaug. Sound design & video edit: Kusum Normoyle. Colourist: Billy Wychgel. Project advisor: Mikhaela Rodwell. Locations: Hardangervidda National Park (various), Norweigen Museum of Hydro Power and Industry, Skjervsfossen waterfall, Utsikten lookout.
Online, Exhibition, Satellite

1 Feb 2020–30 Apr 2021

Magnesite Norway

Kusum Normoyle

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Online, Exhibition, Satellite

1 Nov 2020–31 Jan 2021

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Ego as Echo II
Makiko Yamamoto, Ego As Echo ii, 2020, still from single channel digital video, 16:33min. Courtesy the artist.
Online, Exhibition, Publication, Satellite

1 May–31 Jul 2020

Ego as Echo II

Makiko Yamamoto

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