Search results for: September 2013

Melbourne Now countdown – day 60

A playful and irrational streak runs throughout a number of works in Melbourne Now. Lou Hubbard is one such artist, who is well known for her sculptural and video based work that records her manipulation of objects through processes that …  More

Melbourne Now countdown – day 61

The energy in Exhibition Design has reached a new intensity as models, plans and prototypes are being realised into finished gallery spaces. After months of planning and anticipation an army of tradespeople is beginning to transform the NGV in preparation …  More

Melbourne Now countdown – day 62

As we approach the exhibition we have the opportunity to capture unique moments of each artist’s creative process. Recording interviews provides a glimpse into the thoughts, plans, dreams and fears behind the artists’ finalised artwork. In order to show you …  More

Bonita Ely on motherhood

Artist Bonita Ely reflects on life in the 1980s and being a mother and artist. Bonita’s performances of the 1970s and 1980s explored human ties and relationships, to each other and to the environment. Aboriginal culture, womanhood and pregnancy emerged …  More

Melbourne Now countdown – day 63

Last week, over 100 keen educators from schools, universities and other settings gathered at the NGV to hear the very latest update on Melbourne Now.  It was a fantastic evening – all abuzz!   We are now imagining Melbourne designers …  More

Melbourne Now countdown – day 64

Founded in 2009, Slow Art Collective is an interdisciplinary artist group whose members, Tony Adams, Chaco Kato and Dylan Martorell explore ethics relating to production and consumption, sustainability, the environment, DIY culture and creative practices through collaboration and improvisation. Focusing …  More

Melbourne Now countdown – day 65

As part of a larger project in Melbourne Now called ZOOM we are creating an ‘opinion poll’ which will examine some of the best ideas about how we can create a better city for the future, while also investigating how …  More