Event at RMIT Gallery, Melbourne
11 May 2022, 5:30pm - 6:30pm AEST
This panel discussion explores the ways in which creative practice can contextualise the distinctions between body and space and between body and Other. Working across fine art, fashion and textiles, performance, and dance, the panellists will share the interdisciplinary methodologies that they employ to consider the spaces in and around the body within their practices. They will also share some insights into how other practitioners within their fields approach these questions.
This event accompanies the exhibition Agent Bodies at RMIT Gallery which questions the various ways that contemporary creative practices engage with themes of human agency, performance, identity, and the body. This event is co-presented by RMIT Culture and CAST OUT LOUD, an initiative of the RMIT CAST research group.
Image: Install shot of Agent Bodies featuring Anne Wallace’s 'Pythoness' 2022. Artwork courtesy of the artist and Kalli Rolfe Contemporary Art, Melbourne. Photo: Tobias Titz.
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