Kay Abude presented her work ‘Production Line’ on Bandra Promenade in North Mumbai over two afternoons and evenings as part of the [en]counters program. Over three hours between 5pm and 8pm an alternating and mutable workforce sit at four workstations to turn locally sourced textiles into neatly stacked bundles of ‘money’. Read more – ‘Kay Abude [en]counters documentation’.
Satellite Art Projects recently completed the first phase of an exhaustive research project and strategy development for the Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne, in the implementation of digital technologies in its teaching, learning and research activities. Read more – ‘Victorian College of the Arts consultancy’.
To coincide with the reopening of the iconic Hamer Hall, Satellite has commissioned a series of temporary commissions in the neighbouring Southgate, by Melbourne street artist Be Free. Read more – ‘Be Free’.
Deep Sea Chanties Recording on 7″ vinyl to accompany exhibition and performances Exhibition January 15 – February 25 2012, The Substation, Newport Performances 19-21, 27-28 January 2012 Deep Sea Chanties is a recording by American artist Martha McDonald, in collaboration with Melbourne musician Craig Woodward, to accompany her exhibition and performances as part of the […] Read more – ‘Martha McDonald’.
Development and production of a heritage interpretation of Princes Pier in Port Melbourne, incorporating a permanent digital platform exploring the site’s historical significance to Victoria. Formed a key part of the Major Projects Victoria restoration of what was one of the state’s most significant landing points for people migrating to Australia throughout the twentieth century. Read more – ‘Princes Pier’.
Civil Twilight End Corner Bourke & Village Streets Docklands, Melbourne Civil Twilight End is a permanent public art project by Melbourne-based artists Kate Daw and Stewart Russell, that brings a sense of community, reverie and natural rhythm to the Docklands precinct. Read more – ‘Kate Daw & Stewart Russell’.
Originally commissioned by Satellite for presentation at the Melbourne Art Fair 2008, Ronnie van Hout’s iconic fallen robot sculpture is currently gracing the new Ian Potter Sculpture Court of Monash University Museum of Art | MUMA at Monash University’s Caulfield campus. R.U.R. (2008) will be in situ during 2011, day and night. Presented by MUMA […] Read more – ‘R.U.R. at MUMA’.
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?’.
Ronnie van Hout sculptural commission at Melbourne Art Fair 2008 Satellite Art Projects curated and commissioned R.U.R. a bold new work by Ronnie van Hout presented during the 2008 Melbourne Art Fair. Read more – ‘Ronnie van Hout’.