Liveworks Festival of Experimental Art 2019
Strap in for eleven days of installations and performances to chats, workshops and parties.
Carriageworks is always up for surprising happenings. And, this month, things are going next level, thanks to Liveworks Festival of Experimental Art 2019. For 11 days, every nook and cranny of Carriageworks will be full of experimental art hosted by Performance Space — from installations and performances to chats, workshops and parties.
Don't miss a performance by Indigenous duo the Stiff Gins — Nardi Simpson and Kaleena Briggs combine music and theatre in a sonic response to Indigenous objects held in museums across the planet. And Alyx Dennison (formerly one half of act kyü) will play songs from her first solo album Popfrenzy/Caroline as well as a bunch of newer songs. Then, grab a seat at Live Sparks for an afternoon of free talks. You'll be hearing from performance artist Betty Grumble, Wiradjuri performer Joel Bray, musical duo Stereogamous (Paul Mac and Jonny Seymour), among others.
Plus, there'll be a pop-up gin bar, which will host a series of after-hours gigs, intelligent conversations and interactive experiences, so you can continue your exploration of creativity with a cocktail in hand.
Image: Choy Ka Fai, 'Unbearable Darkness'.
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