STEVEN DURBACH Sid Sledge EVOLVER
Gilbert Grace is a multi-disciplined visual artist based in Sydney, Australia, with six years of tertiary education and thirty plus years of sustained studio based art practise. Gilbert is also passionate about human powered technologies, zero emission transport, commoning, habitat restoration, renewable energy, quality of life, natural capitalism, retro-innovation and life-long learning. His post-studio practise is an outlet for these diverse interests.
Current Exhibition: Great White Bird Trail, at Broadhurst Gallery, Hazelhurst Art Centre, Gymea.
STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math) Workshops
Magformers make amazing constructions: Magically they click together to enable small hands to building sturdy creations. Come along with your kids or grandchildren to join the fun. A one hour free workshop with artist and scientists to help you with your making.
Come along and check out the new equipment that we have set up in our Maker Space.
The Maker Space will have school holiday paid programs on offer.
Entropy is a collaborative art-science residency project at CULTURE AT WORK in 2018 by Marta Ferracin and Lisa Tolcher. The artists have undertaken research in the fields of art and chemistry engaging with the processes of life and decay – taking over CULTURE AT WORK and its galleries and courtyard.
Jo Burzynska – CULTURE AT WORK Art-Science Residency 2018
Jo Burzynska is multi-sensory artist whose parallel backgrounds in sound art and professional wine writing have increasingly converged in the production of art at the intersection of the senses. This regularly combines audition and the chemical senses (taste and olfaction), the interaction between and its creative application is also the topic of her current interdisciplinary doctoral research at UNSW Art & Design.
CULTURE AT WORK 2019 Art-Science Residency Program is calling for applications for 2020 and 2021 NOW!
CULTURE AT WORK Artist in Residence 2017 Carolyn Cardinet. “During the art science residency I will explore the problem of the lasting impact of plastic consumerism and how our own environment adapts to human impact. The outcome of my research will be portrayed through small works made from organic matter and plastic waste.”
Helen Amanatiadis’ practice explores the spaces we inhabit – physical, virtual and also spiritual. The space we inhabit is no longer primarily architectural but virtual, to which we are bound via a device permanently attached to our physical body.
Jennie Feyen is currently in a 2016 Art-Science Residency at CULTURE AT WORK. Beneath The Surface is an art-science hybrid film that presents the ocean as a sophisticated life force and incorporate the scientific findings of Sydney-based researchers in marine ecology and coastal urbanisation.