Edition 7: CARE-TO-PLAY
Curated and facilitated by Diane Busuttil
2 Sessions – 3.00-4.00pm & 4.30-5.30pm
This edition will focus on artists working in the field of caring, to question the ways in which we help each other through service, through art and through participation. The participating artists will construct an interactive contemporary care unit with four parkour stations for people to experience what it is like to be cared for.
Diane Busuttil – curator
Paul Cordeiro – movement
Charles Kruppay – art therapist
Mary Masselos – music therapist
RUCKUS ensemble – playful care
Places are limited!!! Bookings essential
Ph: 0293629403 or email@example.com
suggested donation – $5 & $10
NOTHING is a series of events where participating artists perform, present and share some part of their working process with one another, and for edition 7 to a wider audience. Events are designed to develop an inquiry outside of existing frameworks that categorize art and performance into specific genres. By starting a conversation with like-minded people we begin to question our knowledge through sharing. SHARING IS THE NEW ENCOUNTER.
NOTHING was originally conceived by artist Yiorgos Zafiriou (yzafiriou.com); events were a forum for artists to try new ideas before an audience that was made up of strictly of those presenting a work. Now curated and facilitated by Diane Busuttil, NOTHING continues to grow in new directions spawning a cross fertilization of artistic endeavour and collaborations.
Diane Busuttil has performed internationally with a diverse range of artistic groups in the capacity of dancer, actor, acrobat, teacher, choreographer, producer and director. She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Dance from The University of Western Sydney and has recently completed a Master of Research Degree at MQU. In 2000, she was awarded a DAAD scholarship to study at The International Women’s University in Germany and remained there for the next fifteen years working in dance theatre, theatre and opera. Her short films have screened at over twenty International Queer and Women’s film festivals.