ART AND RISK AFTER TERROR NULLIUS

image: video still, Soda_Jerk, TERROR NULLIUS (2018) Digital video, 55 minutes. Supplied by Soda_Jerk

Soda_Jerk’s latest work TERROR NULLIUS invites audiences to rethink how art is made and supported – as well as rethinking Australian history itself.

Art and risk is also the theme of the new relationship that NAVA and Arnold Bloch Leibler will be announcing on the night.

Please join us at Arnold Bloch Leibler for an evening’s discussion on how best to support artistic risk for a confident Australian culture.
Speakers:

  • Simon Abrahams, CEO Melbourne Fringe, a creative director whose practice is driven by a fascination with the intersection between art and citizenship, and
  • Lynda Roberts, artist, curator and NAVA Member, whose projects such as Public Assembly, and the City of Melbourne’s Test Sites and Biennial Lab, provoke artists to test the social dynamics of public space.
  • in conversation with Esther Anatolitis, NAVA’s Executive Director.

Event details:

  • 6:00-8:00pm Monday 23 April
  • At Arnold Bloch Leibler. L21, 333 Collins St
  • Drinks and canapés will be served with thanks to our hosts at ABL.

RSVP via Eventbrite – registration is free and demand will be high, so RSVP is essential for catering purposes.