Artist run initiative ALASKA Projects is gearing up for a mammoth September.
To kick things off on Sunday September 1, Lachlan Hughes’ time without light will give you the chance to appreciate Renaissance composer Carlo Gesualdo‘s tortured masterpiece Tenebrae Responsories For Holy Saturday. Between September 4-8 the experimental performance work of artist Alexander James will showcase some of the collaborative outcomes of his research into weather history. Next up, Daniel Mudie will perform Gender Is A Drag on Friday September 13 in celebration of his first public performance some 20 years ago in 1993. From September 18-29, Brooke Babington, David Capra and Liang Luscombe will present Synonyms For Sincerity before ALASKA rounds things up for the month by representing at the inaugural Sydney Contemporary art fair between September 19-22.
For further program details visit alaskaprojects.com.