Drawing Lines in The Sand
Christian Edwardes, from Travelling Landscape-Objects series, 2010-2011, Type C photograph, 50 x 70cm
Curated by Claire Taylor
Exhibition assistants Caroline McKnight and Samantha Ferris
Exhibition on Cockatoo Island
19 February - 18 March 2012
Open daily 11am - 4pm
Artist floor talks
11:00 Artist talk: Lisa Jones & Derek Allan - meet at the northern entrance of Dogleg Tunnel (end nearest ferry wharf)11:20 Artist talk: Elizabeth Day - if joining at this point meet in the Industrial Precinct sheds11:40 Artist talk: Julia Davis - if joining at this point meet in the Convict Workshops12:10 Artist talk: Adam Norton - if joining at this point meet on the first floor of the Naval Stores building12:30 Artist talk: Geoff Kleem - if joining at this point meet on the first floor of Building 123 (adjacent to Naval Stores)12:50 Artist talk: Christian Edwardes - if joining at this point meet on raised turf section of the main plaza
Visitors can explore a Virtual Reality Simulator, take a walk through a forest of scaffolding, follow a journey descending into a saltmine, hear a ghost of the many machines that once were deafening within the island’s workshops, and perhaps get lost within a giant drawing.
The exhibition is open daily 11am-4pm. For more information contact 0410 161841, email@example.com, or visit www.peloton.net.au/t/projects. For general Peloton enquiries, contact the gallery 02 9690 2601, firstname.lastname@example.org. For transport information visit www.sydneyferries.info/timetables/cockatoo-island.htm. Cockatoo Island offers accommodation, venue hire, major events, exhibitions, tours, a waterfront kiosk, BBQ and picnic areas and business tenancy. The Visitor Centre is open daily from 10am-4pm and entry is free. Visit www.cockatooisland.gov.au for more information.
This project has been assisted by the NSW Government through Arts NSW. Julia Davis, Geoff Kleem and Adam Norton’s projects were assisted by a grant from Arts NSW, an agency of the New South Wales Government and supported by the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments. The program is administered by the National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA). Julia Davis’ project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, it’s art funding and advisory body. The exhibition launch is sponsored by Churchview Margaret River in association with Shorty’s Liquor.
We are seeking volunteers to help on site. If you would be interested in getting involved, please contact email@example.com