21 May 2019
Liam and Naomi just love a long country road trip, and Naomi loves to chitchat Liam’s ear off, so that is perfect, really.
16 May 2019
Last session Telematic Studios paired the artists, asking them to each take their partner’s project and reimagine it as their own. The idea was to give each artist the experience of first seeing their beloved idea reshaped in the image of another artist’s approach to the world and second of taking the other artist’s idea as a foreign object introduced into their own practice. Afterwards we talk with Beth Dillon and Keira Simmons about how this experience played out
03 May 2019
After another brilliant session in the studios, Alex and Christy settle down with Maize Wallin and Kath Fries to talk about communicating on the interwebs and other mysterious phenomena
26 April 2019
We’ve had our first Telematic encounter, and it was a solid good start. There are some really interesting people in and out here. While what happens inside the studio will be the private business of the artists, we have arranged to interview two artists after every session in order to give everyone else a taste of the adventure. Our first interview is with Karen Golland (Bathurst) and Louise Salter (London)
16 April 2019
So we called out and the artists called back and from this most basic form of communication, The Telematic Studio was born. It was just like the opening scene from 2001 Space Odyssey. Exactly like this.
26 February 2019
our very first remote studio experiment, creating a common, co-collaborative space online for regional and urban artists to connect and build creative community across distances.
02 January 2019
My mind drifted onto loose ends of my research as I peddled headwind on the undersized mountain bike.
12 October 2018
The dormant black plastic Lying tied up, contained
15 September 2018
..with a carload of cardboard and masking tape we hit the road towards Manildra public school.
30 July 2018
The first night in Kandos at the residency the overnight temperature dropped to – 8.
07 July 2018
Artist Michael Petchkovsky and Cementa creative director Alex Wisser climbed into a ute on a freezing June morning to drive from Kandos to Wellington and Dubbo. Michael is an electronic artist who scavenges tips, op shops and garage sales for disused or obsolete technology which he then adapts to make audio/visual artworks.
04 June 2018
On my first day of arrival till the last day of leaving there was always a sense of a belonging, not only to country but finding a new belonging to people and history?