Mumbai’s annual program of live art and performance in public spaces explores notions of power, energy and inter-relations in 2013 Held from 11th to 20th January 2013, the fourth edition of [en]counters is a celebration of public art through site specific performances, installations, community-based works, and participatory interventions along the city’s waterfront and gardens. The […] Read more – ‘[en]counters, powerPLAY’.
A short ‘making of’ video featuring John Meade discussing his work Riverside Corolla is now online. A look into the complex process of required to realise this significant commission. Read more – ‘John Meade ‘making of’ video’.
We are working with our colleagues Urban Art Projects towards five permanent commissions for Collins Square, a major new development in Melbourne’s Docklands by Walker Corporation. Satellite has joined a curatorium including UAP, Simone Manwarring and Mark Hughes to develop the potential of the commissions and workshop the list of artists to be involved in […] Read more – ‘Collins Square’.
Exciting moments this past Sunday on Kate Daw & Stewart Russell’s Civil Twilight End project with the installation of the bell. With Byrne Construction completing the brickwork late last week, Gavin Stoneham – the project’s foreman from Equiset Construction – was on hand to see that the bell was installed as quickly as possible. Here […] Read more – ‘Civil Twilight End – bell installation’.
We are presently working with DEXUS Property Group to curate and produce a new permanent contemporary art commission for the main atrium space, as part of a major re-invigoration of Southgate Arts and Leisure Precinct, designed by NH Architecture. Image courtesy NH Architecture. View Southgate location in a larger map Read more – ‘Southgate, Melbourne’.
We are thrilled to be working with Urban Art Projects to curate a new permanent public art commission at Point Cook Town Centre for Walker Corporation. View Point Cook commission location in a larger map Read more – ‘Point Cook’.
Could You Be More Specific? is an online project focused on practices that engage with their context as part of their content. They might be site– or context-specific, concerned with ‘place’ or ‘environment’, or interrogating the dynamic of their reception, including some relational and social practices and those undertaking institutional critique. Read more – ‘Could You Be More Specific?’.
Civil Twilight End is a permanent commission responding to the unique site of Goods Shed North in Melbourne’s Docklands. Melbourne-based contemporary artists Kate Daw and Stewart Russell have collaborated to conceive this major new work. Curated by Natalie King and Simon Maidment for Satellite Art Projects, the project has been commissioned for Equiset, Grollo Group to […] Read more – ‘Kate Daw & Stewart Russell’.