• //transcript//

    16 September 2019

    The sun set, a full harvest moon rose, the Wollemi Standing Stones surrounded us and the Cudgegong Valley surrounded the stones. We travelled from day to night, from Winter to Spring through the song of //transcript// and were transported

  • Ignoramus Anonymous Kandos Style

    30 July 2019

    Who would have known there were so many people who knew so little!

  • Alex Wisser gets the full Motels Sisters Makeover Extraveganza!

    24 July 2019

    Our heroic Creative Director has agreed to completely forego his unkempt identity in a last ditch, desperate effort to raise the Cementa fundraising cause. Who else would he go to but the virtuosos of vanity, the gurus of glamour, the masterchefs of the absolutely fabulous, The Motel Sisters? Watch his transformation from rustic bearded earnestness into a superficial celebrity superstar!

  • Cementa's Creative Director asks for your money

    26 June 2019

    Cementa’s creative director, Alex Wisser stands in the middle of Angus Hall, the original community hall of Kandos and talks nervously about all the dreams and aspirations we have for this space. He also reads from a teleprompter the entire time, which is very endearing and gives his appeal a human touch

  • Welcome to WAYOUT!

    11 June 2019

    We are just a little bit excited to announce that we have recently signed a lease on 71 Angus Ave or “Angus Hall”. The space will be a hub for all Cementa related activity and a new regional artist run space WAYOUT.

  • Telematic Studio Session 4!

    09 June 2019

    Our fourth Telematic Studio looked at process, asking artists to talk about or reveal something about how they conceive, work through and make art.

  • Artist Report: The Motel Sisters - Liam Benson and Naomi Oliver

    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.

  • TELEMATIC STUDIO report #3

    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

  • Our Second Telematic Encounter

    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

  • Our first Telematic adventure

    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)

  • Announcing Our Telematic Team!

    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.

  • Join our Telematic Studio

    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.

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