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Josh Wodak Jubilee venn diagrams 2012.
Josh Wodak Jubilee venn diagrams 2012.

ARTS and the environment will be hand-in-hand at a September project at Grafton Regional Gallery.

Jubilee venn diagrams? (Do you believe in diagrams?) is a project by artist Josh Wodak as part of his Grafton Regional Gallery Artist in Residence program from September 10 to October 7.

Josh is looking for 12 people with an interest in climate change to be portrait subjects for the project.

Members of the Clarence Valley community are invited to be part of a series of composed portraits, which look at our understanding and opinions about climate change.

Each subject will receive a high-resolution copy of their digital portrait.

Each participant will pose for portraits and record interviews to create a series of video-portraits and a sound collage of audio recordings.

Portraits and audio interviews can be taken any time between September 12 and October 4.

Sessions will be done at Grafton Regional Gallery and outdoor locations around the Clarence Valley.

The Artist in Residence program includes an artist's talk at Grafton Regional Gallery at 11am Saturday, September 29 and a display of photographic work by the artist at the Link Grafton ShoppingWorld 10am-4pm Saturday, October 6.

To inquire about being a participant contact Josh Wodak at josh@arch-angle.net or 0405 947 324. For more information see the project page on Josh's website at tata.arch-angle.net.

The Grafton Regional Gallery artist in residence program is possible through the support of Arts NSW, Grafton Shopping World and No.1 Duke St.

Topics:  art, environment, grafton, grafton regional gallery




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