1 April – 16 May 2015
PP/VT (Performance Presence / Video Time)
Curated by Dr Anne Marsh
Video Time — the video exhibition explores various genres in performance art through single and dual-screen video works and installations at AEAF and the Adelaide Central School of Art. It will include documentation of live events and performance made exclusively for screen.
Performance Presence — the performance program accompanies the gallery-based exhibition, bringing together artists across generations with a focus on new works and delegated performances.
7th MAY / PERFORMANCE
5—7pm Patrick Rees (Los Angeles/SA)
7th MAY / SCREENING
6.45PM Archives & People at Iris Cinema
14th MAY PERFORMANCES
5—7pm The History of Performance Art Brown Council (NSW)
5—7pm Taped Jill Scott (Zurich) delegated
to Mira Oosterweghel (NSW)
SYMPOSIUM: You Had to Be There
10am—5.00pm, Friday 15 May 2015
Bradley Forum UniSA (Chaired by Nicholas Tsoutas). Artists, scholars and curators will contribute papers and illustrated talks that tease out the critical issues and the material forms of performance art in the last 20 years. The symposium asks speakers to address the issue of ‘liveness’ in performance and whether or not one had to be there to truly appreciate the essence of the performance. The Bradley forum is located on Level 5 of the Hawke Building on the City West campus, 50-55 North Terrace, Adelaide
Opening AEAF: 1 April 6—8pm
You Had to Be There — symposium,
Image: Kelly Doley Cold Calling a Revolution.
performances delegated to Ashton Malcolm. AEAF 2015