August 27, 2021
Check out the new do-it-yourself audio tour of public art in the City of Adelaide! Join Steph in this meander around the CBD and find out more about the murals, sculptures, and installations that decorate our city. You can listen from the comfort of home or listen along while you walk the route yourself.
August 17, 2021
In this episode, Steph caught up with multidisciplinary artist Bridget Currie.
Bridget was the inaugural recipient of ACE Open’s newly formed Porter St Commission, and her resulting exhibition, Message from the Meadow, is at ACE Open for this year’s SALA Festival. Tune in to this gentle discussion of Bridget’s practice of giving form to invisible things, the importance of artwork that ‘resists’ logical understanding, and a hint as to Bridget’s preferred corner of the rabbit hole that is ASMR videos.
Music: Nothing will grow here, Komiko, free music archive
Image: Sam Roberts, courtesy of ACE Open
August 10, 2021
In this episode, Steph catches up with artist Henry Wolff at their studio in Post Office Projects, Port Adelaide. Tune in to hear about Henry’s path from design and fashion to visual art, and the way that empathy and care are explored in their image making - most notably in their new moving-image work ‘CARE’ commissioned by fine print magazine and presented online as part of SALA Festival 2021.
music: Nothing will grow here - Komiku via freemusicarchive.org
August 2, 2021
In this episode, Christina catches up with the 2021 SALA Feature Artist, Roy Ananda. Tune in to hear about the role of fandom and humor in Roy's work, the inspiration behind the 'heart' work that features on the 2021 SALA poster, and the process of creating this year's SA Living Artist Publication.
- Untitled, 2006, Fabric, coat-hanger, fibreglass, dimensions variable
- Bugs Bunny – ‘The Grey Hounded Hare’
- Aether Drift, 2013, timber, acrylic paint, fixings, aluminium trestles, 300x600x500cm
- Monograph – Roy Ananda
- Roy Ananda: Further Annotations at the Art Gallery of South Australia (AGSA)
- Annotations series
- Olafur Eliasson, Dark matter collective, 2018, 217 partially silvered glass spheres, paint (black), stainless steel
- Peter Booth, Painting 1982, 1982, oil on canvas
- Sol LeWitt
- MF Doom (member of hip-hop duo Madvillain) / Madvillain – ALL CAPS
- Fransisco Goya in the AGSA collection
- Giovanni Battista Piranesi in the AGSA collection
- Albrecht Dürer in the AGSA collection
- Death notice, 2016, digital print on newsprint paper, 15x7cm
- SA Living Artist Publication
- Christopher Orchard: The uncertainty of the poet, Peter Goldworthy, Margot Osborne, Roy Ananda, Julia Robinson, Rod Taylor
- Peter Goldsworthy
- Andrew Purvis
- Bernadette Klavins
- Sean Williams
- D&D / Dungeons & Dragons
- Wakefield Press
- A house falls on Buster Keaton
- The Empire Strikes Back (Star Wars: Episode V)
- affirmational fandom vs transformational fandom
- Roy Ananda 2004 SALA Keynote speech
- ACSA / Adelaide Central School of Art
- Adelaide Central Gallery
- Supreme Library at Adelaide Central Gallery
- Slow crawl to infinity, 2014, Plywood, timber, fixings, 550x700x1050cm
- Thin walls between dimensions, 2018, MDF, timber, acrylic paint, fixings, Dimensions variable
- ‘Easter egg’ (noun) 1: a chocolate egg given at Easter, (2) an unexpected or undocumented feature in a piece of computer software or on a DVD, included as a joke or bonus.
- CACSA / Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia
- (Dueling rapiers): Roy Ananda, Untitled, 2015, swords, steel, springs, motor, and micro-controller, dimensions variable
- Alexander Calder
- Inigo Montoya vs Man in Black
- 501st legion
- Darth Vader
- Boba Fett
- Roy Ananda, Autobiography series
- Melvyn Bragg
- @roy.ananda on Instagram
Galactic by Seb Jaeger
Hungarian Rhapsody No2 by Hans Liszt performed by Brent Tucker
July 21, 2021
In this episode, Steph caught up with Renee de Saxe, Kirsty Kingsley, and Rebecca Reynolds, who are the driving force behind the 100 Barossa Artists project that took place in SALA 2020. Tune in to hear about how they managed to put on such a big project, the importance of the ‘clubhouse’ in art, and what they’re planning to do next.
Music: Pinky - Blue Dot Sessions via freemusicarchive.org
June 1, 2021
In this episode, Steph talks to Charisma Cubillo, a solicitor at Terri Janke and Company, about Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property (ICIP).
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May 6, 2021
In this episode, Steph Fuller chats to Steph Cibich about her practice as an independent curator, and what it was like to win the City of Onkaparinga Contemporary Curator Award as part of SALA 2019. Tune in to hear about how Steph found her way to this role and how she curated an exhibition in the midst of a pandemic.
March 30, 2021
In this episode, Steph asks artist Jenna Pippett about her practice and her new exhibition ‘From Czechoslovakia with Love’ at Post Office Projects. Jenna’s work explores at her maternal family history through moving image, photography, installation and performance. Tune in to this episode to hear about the incredible discovery that inspired her exhibition, and how she makes very personal subject matter accessible through humour.
music - 'Pinky' by Blue Dot Sessions on freemusicarchive.org
March 1, 2021
In this episode, Steph visits multidisciplinary visual artist Jingwei Bu at her home to talk about her arts practice, and the work in her exhibition ‘Life Maps’ at the Mill.
January 28, 2021
In December 2020, Steph caught up with artist Louise Flaherty and educator Jane Mant to talk about their experience of the Schools Artist in Residence Program, presented by SALA Festival in partnership with Credit Union SA. Louise worked with Jane’s students in the wake of the December 2019 Adelaide Hills bushfires, connecting the students to their local landscapes through drawing.
Music: Nothing will grow here - Komiku