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PROJECT ANYWHERE

A GLOBAL EXHIBITION PROGRAM ART AT THE OUTERMOST LIMITS OF LOCATION-SPECIFICITY

A GLOBAL EXHIBITION PROGRAM

ART AT THE OUTERMOST LIMITS OF LOCATION-SPECIFICITY

A GLOBAL EXHIBITION PROGRAM
ART AT THE OUTERMOST LIMITS OF LOCATION-SPECIFICITY

A MUSEUM ENCOUNTER WITH THE UGLICH SEA

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Hydraulic Seas on the Volga River explores bodies of water that entangle the nature/culture divide—human-made water reservoirs. The project offers an operative concept of a hydraulic sea to engage with multiple histories of water basins that facilitate infrastructures of hydro energy production.

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THE SHIP

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The Ship references an unfinished familial project in the form of a 17-metre (55 feet) wooden boat frame located in North Queensland, Australia. This conspicuously absent “boat” has no hull, sea, or captain, and is instead conjured as a curious intermedial and transhistorical world.

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BIG SCIENCE #05

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In my ongoing project Big Science I explore dispersed, distributed, serialised and semi-improvised formats. The project tests the potential of serialised, dispersed distribution to question, or even reshape accepted socio-political histories and the forms with which they are conventionally recorded and archived.

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ISLANDS OF MEMORY

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Islands of Memory is an artistic and research project that focuses on the peculiar territory of the Aeolian archipelago and the phenomenon of emigration concerning its islands. This survey focuses on the Aeolian Islands’ mapping and traces in relation to migratory processes, memory formation, and diaspora.

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BUILT OF EARTH

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Built of Earth is an experimental documentary project consisting of a short film, a series of photographs, a hand-drawn 16mm film loop, a publication, and a site-specific installation activated by community workshops that explores the immense and ancient family home at the centre of Jamiltepec, Oaxaca, Mexico.

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A GHOST’S STORY

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For a growing number of authors from many different disciplines, history is not a thing of the past but of the present. Beginning with this concept of open time, I am developing a series of works that travel from the particular to the general, taking as a starting point my personal history and the places linked to that history.

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ART AT THE OUTERMOST LIMITS OF LOCATION-SPECIFICITY

FOUNDING CONCEPT & EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR:
Dr. Sean Lowry
projectanywhere@gmail.com

About Project Anywhere

Project Anywhere is proudly supported as part of a partnership between the Centre of Visual Art (University of Melbourne) and Parsons School of Art, Media and Technology (Parsons School of Design, The New School).