03-Mar-2017 - 03-Mar-2017
Shotgun 6: Where have all the punks gone?
THIS EVENT HAS BOOKED OUT!
Where have all the punks gone?
Part of the Shotgun 6 series of public events
DATE: Friday 3 March 2017
LOCATION: Contemporary Art Tasmania
Shotgun responds to fluctuating art ecologies and the shifts in knowledge and expectations of artists. This second Shotgun 6 round-table style discussion will be structured around, but not limited to four questions:
-Has the university become the art world colonial power, does ‘educated and trained’ art dominate cultural production today? What happened to punks?
-Are successful artists conscious of the need to be visible - not just their work but themselves as objects of exchange, objects of desire?
-How can the maintenance of creative autonomy and ‘research’ progress in an environment where external funding directives, prescriptive exhibition opportunities, spatial restrictions and/ or other impediments ultimately end up affecting the artwork itself?
-Is it true that there are no good artists in Hobart because all of the decent ones go elsewhere?
Join Shotgun 6 artists Nadege Philippe-Janon and Rob O’Connor, Shotgun 6 mentors Ashley Crawford and Lisa Radford, artists Scot Cotterell and James Newitt and project coordinators Jarrod Rawlins, Michael Edwards and Kylie Johnson for an evening of conversation.
Limited places available. To register email Kylie@contemporaryart.org.au
Shotgun is a partnership project between Detached, MONA and CAT
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