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	Image: Deborah Kelly The Magdalenes (Praise) 2012 (detail). Courtesy the artist and Gallery Barry Keldoulis, Sydney. Photograph: Alex Wisser

Biennale of Sydney exhibition talks

Hear from artists and experts

Join us to hear short talks on themes and works in the 19th Biennale of Sydney: You Imagine What You Desire.

Image: Deborah Kelly The Magdalenes (Praise) 2012 (detail). Courtesy the artist and Gallery Barry Keldoulis, Sydney. Photograph: Alex Wisser

Wednesdays 5.30pm
26 March - 23 April 2014

Free

Duration 30 minutes

Related exhibition: 19th Biennale of Sydney

Juliana Engberg

Juliana Engberg is the artistic director of the 19th Biennale of Sydney. She is also a curator, writer, publisher, designer and the artistic director of the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art in Melbourne. Come hear Juliana talk about the artworks on view at the Gallery and the ideas surrounding this year’s Biennale.

This talk is generously supported by the Nelson Meers Foundation.

 

Wednesday 26 March 2014 5:30pm – 6pm

Talia Linz

Over the past two years, Talia Linz has been working closely with the artistic director of the 19th Biennale of Sydney in a special mentorship program called the Nick Waterlow Curatorial Fellowship. Join Talia as she takes us through the exhibition, sharing her insights into its development and her knowledge of the artworks.

 

Wednesday 2 April 2014 5:30pm – 6pm

Emily McDaniel

Emily McDaniel is assistant curator of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art at the Art Gallery of NSW. Previously, she held the position of Aboriginal Emerging Curator at the Biennale of Sydney. Join her in a discussion of the work of Yhonnie Scarce, Bindi Cole and Michael Cook in the exhibition.

 

Wednesday 9 April 2014 5:30pm – 6pm

Nisa Mackie

Nisa Mackie is the public program and education manager at the Biennale of Sydney. Join Nisa as she shares her thoughts and insights on the exhibition.

 

Wednesday 16 April 2014 5:30pm – 6pm

Deborah Kelly and Chantelle Woods

Sydney-based artist Deborah Kelly creates mixed-media artworks that are at once unexpected, humorous, provocative and profound. Often politically motivated and collectively realised, her artworks explore ideas of power in all its manifestations. This evening she speaks with Chantelle Woods, Aboriginal Curatorial Fellow at the Biennale of Sydney, who helped realise Deborah’s project for the exhibition. Join them and some of the other project participants in a discussion of Deborah’s on-going large-scale collective collages, In All Our Glory.

 

Wednesday 23 April 2014 5:30pm – 6pm