Thursday, February 16, 2017

Gustav Hellberg

Artist Talk Hopetoun

Dreamtime in West Australia




Tuesday 21st February 2017

Hopetoun Community Centre
Artist Talk From 5.30 pm
Light refreshments supplied.


Monday 20th - Wednesday 22nd February
Artist interviews with Hopetoun Locals
Hopetoun Community Centre



Tuesday 21st February, join us from 5.30pm for an artistic soiree with Spaced 3 #northbysoutheast Artist in Residence Gustav Hellberg. Gustav will show an installation, made up of video and art objects, alongside his artist talk. The artist will introduce himself and his practice as well as present some older works, which has bearing to the project he is undertaking in the Hopetoun-Ravensthorpe area. He will also explain what he is working on here in Hopetoun. The talk will be held in a casual setup and the artist appreciates questions and interaction.

Dreamtime West Australia, is the working title of the video based project that Gustav Hellberg is carrying out in Hopetoun. This art project is an updated version of a piece that was made last spring in the Swedish town Varberg. http://framtidsscanner.tumblr.com . The artist invites anyone in the Hopetoun area to come and share a dream or vision about the future for Hopeteoun society.

From Monday 20th February until Wednesday 22nd February Gustav will be at the Hopetoun Community Centre, to record your dreams and hopes for the future. Gustav is not looking for the thought out academic future plan but rather a personal vision about the future, it is about dreams, which we know have no limits.

Please join this project and contact the artist if you have any further questions. It is also good if you contact the artist to advise when you can drop by.


Gustav Hellberg Phone: 04731 50366



The project is presented as part of spaced 3: north by southeast, International Art Space’s recurring event of context-responsive art. Spaced 3: Education and Community Access program is presented by Act-Belong-Commit, proudly sponsored by Healthway.

Ravensthorpe Regional Arts Council receives core funding from Country Arts WA, which receives funding from the State Government through the Department of Culture and the Arts and Lotterywest.

   






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