Sydney College of the Arts

Entropy an exhibition by Lisa Tolcher and Marta Ferracin

Art Science Residency

3-17 Nov 2018 / Free entry

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.

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CULTURE AT WORK Artist in Residence 2017 Lea Kannar-Lichtenberger

Art Science Residency

FREE

CULTURE AT WORK Artist in Residence 2017 Lea Kannar-Lichtenberger. My residency will explore how our contemporary society, tourism and consumerism, is affecting isolated island communities around the world.

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Sara Morawetz

EXHIBITION & RESIDENCY

06 Nov -15 Nov 2014 Thur-Sun 1pm-5pm / FREE

Sara Morawetz is a 2014 Artist in Residence and Ph.D. candidate in visual arts at Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney. She is also a visiting scholar at Parsons school of Fine Art, New School, New York. yet there is method is a research exhibition at Accelerator gallery from Thur 6 Nov – Sat 15 Nov. Open Thur – Sun 1pm – 5pm. Talk and closing drinks Sat 15 Nov 3-5pm.

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Culture at Work Art+Science Residency – Adam Sebire

The thermographic image reveals to us digitally what cannot be seen with the naked eye: heat. Thermal imagery also anonymises a person’s identity. I will produce a HD documentary video diptych or triptych, for exhibition at Culture at Work, and then beyond.

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Rachel Park CULTURE AT WORK Artist-in-Residence 2015

Dec to May 2015

Artist in Residence at CULTURE AT WORK 2015 Rachel Park has been awarded a scholarship to study a Masters in Fine Art at Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney, and this is the closing weeks of  her residency at Culture at Work before she flies the nest. The Sydney Morning Herald image of Rachel Park’s I AM, 176 hours of installation of jumbo roll, toilet paper on the back wall of the Accelerator Gallery has become an iconic image. CULTURE AT WORK looks forward to keeping up with Rachel Park’s new work at SCA in 2015.

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