MARCH PROJECTS: MOST and Forgotten Foundation | Ryszard Dabek

Forgotten Foundation On view: Saturday 1 March: 11 – 4pm & Sunday 2 March: 11 – 4 pm, followed by closing BBQ 4 – 6pm.

Forgotten Foundation

Forgotten Foundation

Forgotten Foundation is a work of cinematic archaeology that pits the contemporary urban landscape against the ghosts of its recent past. The work uses footage sourced from the National Film and Sound Archive of the demolition of Marrickville King’s Cinema in 1971. This archival footage is matched with recently shot film that revisits the site some forty odd years later. Accompanied by a soundtrack constructed from musical shreds of the filmic past the resulting work occupies an uncertain space between the forensic and the elegiac.

This project was supported by the National Film and Sound Archive’s Scholars and Artists in Residence program. For further details: http://ryszard.net/unknown

Garage Yard Installations, MOST

For MOST 14 (Marrickville Open Studio Trail 2014) Marrickville Garage opened for the weekend of Saturday 1/3 and Sunday 2/3, 11am – 4pm.

No.28 Annie Aitken

No.9 Francesca Heinz

No.10 Lisa Andrew

No.11 Sash Catts

No.7 Josie Cavallaro

No.14 Sally Clarke

No. 5 Sean Kerr

No.3 Jonathan Roson & Bashar Gurkan

 

Artists
No.28 Annie Aitken
No.3 Jonathan Roson & Bashar Gurkan
No. 5 Sean Kerr
No.7 Josie Cavallaro
No.9 Francesca Heinz
No.10 Lisa Andrew
No.11 Sash Catts
No.14 Sally Clarke
No. 12 Sara Givins

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