Acca Podcast

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Conversations and events from Melbourne's flagship contemporary art space

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  • Nuclear: Yhonnie Scarce, Mykaela Saunders and Dimity Hawkins

    09/06/2021 Duración: 01h08min

    Listen now to a conversation between between Yhonnie Scarce, Kokatha and Nukunu artist from South Australia, Mykaela Saunders, writer, teacher, and community researcher and Dimity Hawkins, Australian activist, researcher and academic. This podcast concludes the series produced in association with 'Yhonnie Scarce: Missile Park', including Glass with Yhonnie Scarce, Kristel Britcher and Lisa Slade, Architecture with Louis Mokak, Mikhail Rodrick and Kim Bridgland, Family with Hannah Presley and Lisa Waup and Concrete Archives with Yhonnie Scarce and Lisa Radford.

  • Concrete Archives: Yhonnie Scarce and Lisa Radford

    03/06/2021 Duración: 44min

    Listen now to a conversation between Yhonnie Scarce, Kokatha and Nukunu artist from South Australia and Lisa Radford, artist and writer about their collaborative project 'Concrete Archives.' Stay tuned for further podcasts to be released, produced in association with 'Yhonnie Scarce: Missile Park.'

  • Family: Hannah Presley and Lisa Waup

    28/05/2021 Duración: 31min

    Listen now to a conversation between Hannah Presley, currently curator of Indigenous art at the National Gallery of Victoria and inaugural curator for the Yalingwa program at ACCA, and Lisa Waup, artist and co-curator of 'Yhonnie Scarce: Missile Park.' Stay tuned for further podcasts to be released, produced in association with 'Yhonnie Scarce: Missile Park', on view at ACCA until 14 June.

  • Architecture: Louis Mokak, Mikhail Rodrick and Kim Bridgland

    19/05/2021 Duración: 59min

    Listen now to a conversation between ​Louis Anderson Mokak, a Djugun man from West Kimberley and interdisciplinary designer, Mikhail Rodrick, architect at Wood Marsh and Yhonnie Scarce's long-term collaborator, and Kim Bridgland, a director at Melbourne based architecture studio Edition Office. ​ Stay tuned for further podcasts to be released, produced in association with 'Yhonnie Scarce: Missile Park', on view at ACCA until 14 June.

  • Public Readings – Writing in the Expanded Field #3: Overlapping Writing

    18/05/2021 Duración: 01h07min

    ACCA and the non/fictionLab at RMIT are pleased to present a live snapshot of outcomes and processes from the 2021 program of Writing in the Expanded Field Volume 3: Overlapping Writing, developed in conjunction with ACCA’s summer show Overlapping Magisteria. Program participants: Des Barry, Anna Kate Blair, Alisa Blakeney, Sophia Cai, Kate Jama, Peta Murray, Diego Ramirez, Autumn Royal, Audrey Schmidt and Tina Stefanou. Encompassing living organisms, kinetic installations and immersive assemblages, Overlapping Magisteria pays attention to multiple ways of knowing, sensing, feeling and interacting with the world. The works by participating artists draw on various social, cultural, technical and material forms, unsettling the lingering divide between nature and culture towards more complex realms of knowledge and experience. Participants from Writing in the Expanded Field, Volume 3: Overlapping Writing have taken these exhibition themes as a provocation for further exploring what is possible when we shift

  • Glass: Yhonnie Scarce, Kristel Britcher and Lisa Slade

    12/05/2021 Duración: 45min

    Listen now to a discussion about the medium of glass between Yhonnie Scarce, Kokatha and Nukunu artist from South Australia, Kristel Britcher, artist, designer and head of the Jam Factory glass studio, and Lisa Slade, Assistant Director at the Art Gallery of South Australia. Stay tuned for further podcasts to be released, produced in association with 'Yhonnie Scarce: Missile Park', on view at ACCA until 14 June.

  • Counter-monuments Symposium: Session Three

    07/05/2021 Duración: 01h25min

    Counter-monuments: Indigenous settler relations in Australian contemporary art and memorial practices Session Three: Friday 19 March 2021 Chair: Dr Marnie Badham, Senior Research Fellow, CAST, RMIT School of Art SPEAKERS: Unbound Collective: Sovereign Acts of (Anti)Memorial Love Djon Mundine: Remembering and Forgetting –Forgiveness and Not Forgetting More information: https://acca.melbourne/counter-monuments-indigenous-settler-relations-in-australian-contemporary-art-and-memorial-practices Genevieve Grieves and Dr Amy Spiers have developed this program in partnership with the Indigenous Settler Relations Collaboration (ISRC), University of Melbourne, Contemporary Art and Social Transformation (CAST), RMIT, and with assistance from the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body. ACCA is pleased to host this symposium as part of the 2020-22 research, publication and exhibition project 'Who’s Afraid of Public Space?'

  • Counter-monuments Symposium: Session Two

    06/05/2021 Duración: 01h29min

    Counter-monuments: Indigenous settler relations in Australian contemporary art and memorial practices Session Two: Thursday 18 March 2021 Chair: Genevieve Grieves, Indigenous Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Melbourne SPEAKERS: Dr Fiona Foley: Honouring our Aboriginal Warriors Carol Que and Joel Sherwood Spring: Mutually assured construction Lilly Brown, Dianne Jones and Dr Odette Kelada: Mass Exposure: Memory Laundering, Racial Literacy and the Art of Truth Telling MORE INFO: https://acca.melbourne/counter-monuments-indigenous-settler-relations-in-australian-contemporary-art-and-memorial-practices Genevieve Grieves and Dr Amy Spiers have developed this program in partnership with the Indigenous Settler Relations Collaboration (ISRC), University of Melbourne, Contemporary Art and Social Transformation (CAST), RMIT, and with assistance from the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body. ACCA is pleased to host this symposium as part of the 2020-22 rese

  • Counter-monuments Symposium: Session One

    05/05/2021 Duración: 01h29min

    Counter-monuments: Indigenous settler relations in Australian contemporary art and memorial practices Session One: Wednesday 17 March 2021 Chair: Associate Professor Sana Nakata, co-founder of the Indigenous Settler Relations Collaboration, University of Melbourne: SPEAKERS: Genevieve Grieves and Dr Amy Spiers: Counter-monuments: An introduction Dr Julie Gough: MISSING or DEAD: reinstating the hidden figures of history Paola Balla and Dr Clare Land, with Kate Golding: Indigenous perspectives on Captain Cook: this full agency, this decolonised spirit MORE INFO: https://acca.melbourne/counter-monuments-indigenous-settler-relations-in-australian-contemporary-art-and-memorial-practices Genevieve Grieves and Dr Amy Spiers have developed this program in partnership with the Indigenous Settler Relations Collaboration (ISRC), University of Melbourne, Contemporary Art and Social Transformation (CAST), RMIT, and with assistance from the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding an

  • Experimental Institutionalism: Education with Emily Floyd and Gridthiya Gaweewong

    28/04/2021 Duración: 01h13min

    Education: Alternatives and the Academy with Emily Floyd and Gridthiya Gaweewong This program is part of ACCA’s 2021 Lecture Series, Experimental Institutionalism: Contemporary Art and Curatorial Ecologies and features two short lectures by Emily Floyd and Gridthiya Gaweewong, followed by a conversation with ACCA’s Artistic Director and CEO Max Delany. 'Loose Objects and Situated Knowledge', a lecture by Emily Floyd: Emily Floyd’s practice activates spatial and material strategies of child-centred learning, exploring possibilities and limitations for navigating the casualised realm of Contemporary Art’s critical classroom. Emily will discuss the concept of Loose Objects, an institutional experimentalism used in Montessori classrooms, referring to objects that can be moved around and manipulated by children as they play and explore. Like utopian artworks, Loose Objects play the role of itinerant, post-human educators; freely circulating across institutional frameworks. Yet, what happens when these haptic d

  • Missile Park: Yhonnie Scarce In Conversation With Max Delany

    19/04/2021 Duración: 46min

    Listen to a conversation between exhibiting artist Yhonnie Scarce and exhibition curator Max Delany about Scarce’s major new commission, 'Missile Park'. 'Missile Park' extends Scarce’s research into the impacts of nuclear testing on the land and the people of South Australia, and the architectural legacies of past and ongoing international military presence in the region. ​Image: Yhonnie Scarce, 'Missile Park' 2021, installation view, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne. Commissioned by ACCA and IMA. Courtesy the artist and THIS IS NO FANTASY, Melbourne. Photograph: Andrew Curtis

  • Yhonnie Scarce in conversation with Daniel Browning

    06/04/2021 Duración: 53min

    Listen now to Yhonnie Scarce in conversation with Daniel Browning, producer and presenter of Awaye! on ABC Radio National, as they unpack a range of ideas in Scarce’s practice and consider the works on display in the artist’s major solo survey, 'Yhonnie Scarce: Missile Park'. Yhonnie Scarce is an artist known for sculptural installations which span architecturally-scaled public art projects to intimately-scaled assemblages replete with personal and cultural histories. Scarce is a master glass-blower, which she puts to the service of spectacular and spectral installations full of aesthetic, cultural and political significance. Her work also engages the photographic archive and found objects to explore the impact and legacies of colonial and family histories and memory. Yhonnie Scarce was born in Woomera, South Australia, and belongs to the Kokatha and Nukunu peoples. Daniel Browning is an Aboriginal journalist, radio broadcaster, documentary maker, sound artist and writer. Currently, he produces and presents

  • Experimental Institutionalism: Exchange with Nikos Papastergiadis and Laura Raicovich

    24/03/2021 Duración: 01h34min

    ACCA’s 2021 Lecture Series ‘Experimental Institutionalism: Contemporary Art & Curatorial Ecologies’ delves into the artistic, curatorial, organisational and institutional models in which artists, curators and producers reflect and shape the role of contemporary art practice. Our first lecture ‘Exchange: Reciprocity and institutional collaboration’ features Nikos Papastergiadis and Laura Raicovich presenting a short lecture each, followed by a discussion with ACCA’s Artistic Director and CEO Max Delany. Read more here: https://acca.melbourne/program/experimental-institutionalism-exchange/ ‘On the Museums of the Commons’ Lecture by Nikos Papastergiadis Museums of the Commons is a recent 2020 publication by Papastergiadis that examines L’Internationale, an ongoing confederation between six museums and contemporary art institutions in Europe. Chronicling the challenges faced by the museums, Papastergiadis goes on to situate their responses within the wider political and cultural context that is shaping the f

  • Overlapping Magisteria Artist Talks: Robert Andrew, Sidney McMahon And Mimosa Echard

    04/03/2021 Duración: 01h03min

    Listen to artists Mimosa Echard, Sidney McMahon and Robert Andrew and and as they discuss their newly commissioned works for Overlapping Magisteria: the 2020 Macfarlane Commissions. Encompassing living organisms, kinetic installations and immersive assemblages, Overlapping Magisteria pays attention to multiple ways of knowing, sensing, feeling and interacting with the world. The works by participating artists draw on various social, cultural, technical and material forms, unsettling the lingering divide between nature and culture towards more complex realms of knowledge and experience. The artists in Overlapping Magisteria layer intuitive and sensory material responses with ideas drawn from across disciplinary as well as metaphysical domains to consider the possibilities of a world in flux, transformation and entropy. ​Image: Installation view, Sidney McMahon; Robert Andrew in Overlapping Magisteria, the 2020 Macfarlane Commissions, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne. Commissioned by ACCA a

  • Resilience And Sustainability Forum

    23/02/2021 Duración: 01h02min

    Speakers: Rebecca Huntley, Isadora Vaughan, Amanda Cachia and Tim Riley Walsh. Listen to a panel of artists, writers, academics, journalists and environmentalists each addressing our collective responsibility to sustain our planet. ​This forum reflects on working better together across various disciplines and backgrounds in addressing the climate emergency. Panellists will consider the social, cultural and economic opportunities that can be cultivated to create long-term sustainability and resilience, from addressing a culture of care, to the roles played by arts and culture in sustainable and collective ways of working. Image: Isadora Vaughan, 'Ogives' 2020, installation view, 'Overlapping Magisteria: the 2020 Macfarlane Commissions', Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne. Commissioned by ACCA and the Macfarlane Fund. Courtesy the artist and STATION, Melbourne. Photograph: Andrew Curtis

  • Overlapping Magisteria Artist Talks: Isadora Vaughan And Sam Petersen

    16/02/2021 Duración: 53min

    Listen to artists Isadora Vaughan and Sam Petersen as they discuss their newly commissioned works for Overlapping Magisteria: The 2020 Macfarlane Commissions. Encompassing living organisms, kinetic installations and immersive assemblages, Overlapping Magisteria pays attention to multiple ways of knowing, sensing, feeling and interacting with the world. The works by participating artists draw on various social, cultural, technical and material forms, unsettling the lingering divide between nature and culture towards more complex realms of knowledge and experience. The artists in Overlapping Magisteria layer intuitive and sensory material responses with ideas drawn from across disciplinary as well as metaphysical domains to consider the possibilities of a world in flux, transformation and entropy. Image: Isadora Vaughan, 'Ogives' 2020, installation view, 'Overlapping Magisteria: the 2020 Macfarlane Commissions', Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne. Commissioned by ACCA and the Macfarlane Fund.

  • NIRIN NAARM Artist Talks

    04/12/2020 Duración: 01h09min

    Brook Andrew, Artistic Director of NIRIN, 22nd Biennale of Sydney in discussion with exhibiting NIRIN NAARM artists, including Victoria Hunt, Justin Shoulder and James Tylor. Hosted online for a limited one-week period from 10–15 November, NIRIN NAARM is a unique collaboration between ACCA and the Biennale of Sydney, presenting key works from NIRIN, the 22nd Biennale of Sydney online on ACCA's website. Read more about NIRIN NAARM here: https://acca.melbourne/exhibition/nirin-naarm/ Recorded on Zoom on Saturday 14 November 2020

  • Six Walks Episode 1: Tony Birch on the Birrarung

    24/11/2020 Duración: 53min

    This episode featuring Tony Birch is part of Six Walks an audio walking tour series commissioned by ACCA – Australian Centre for Contemporary Art. Find bio, access notes, images and further information here: https://acca.melbourne/six-walks-episode-one-tony-birch/ ABOUT THIS EPISODE: Tony Birch’s walk, along a section of the Birrarung (Yarra) river from the Children’s Farm at Collingwood to the Fairfield ‘pipe-bridge’ and surrounding country, is located on the land of the Wurundjeri People of the greater Kulin Nation. Each time we walk we consider the privilege of being on Wurundjeri land and pay respect not only to their Elders – past, present and emerging – but all of their people. The Birrarung River is an ancient waterway. It precedes the birth of what we know today as Port Phillip Bay by tens of thousands of years. Prior to the formation of Port Phillip Bay and Bass Strait, during the end of the Ice Age, the Birrarung flowed across a land mass known as the Bassian Plains, that joined what we know today

  • Six Walks Episode 2: Sophie Cunningham on Royal Park

    24/11/2020 Duración: 01h34s

    This episode featuring Sophie Cunningham is part of Six Walks an audio walking tour series commissioned by ACCA – Australian Centre for Contemporary Art. Find bio, access notes, images and further information here: https://acca.melbourne/six-walks-episode-two-sophie-cunningham/ ABOUT THIS EPISODE: In this episode of Six Walks, author Sophie Cunningham invites you on a walk through Royal Park. Established in 1854, Royal Park’s very existence was both a gesture towards the colonial administrator's belief in the role of public spaces to improve the health of the new town’s citizens, and a strategic way of building a green fortress around the city: that is parks were established as a way of displacing the traditional owners, the Wurundjeri people, from significant lands. Sophie’s narration of her walk is interspersed with readings from her collection of essays, City of Trees, supported by the sonic landscapes of composer Martin Friedel. Read full bios via the link above. Curator: Annika Kristensen Audio techn

  • Six Walks Ep 3: Eleanor Jackson on art, motherhood & taking up space in the Melbourne Arts Precinct

    24/11/2020 Duración: 26min

    This episode featuring Eleanor Jackson is part of Six Walks an audio walking tour series commissioned by ACCA – Australian Centre for Contemporary Art. Find bio, access notes, images and further information here: https://acca.melbourne/six-walks-episode-three-eleanor-jackson/ ABOUT THIS EPISODE: New parents are frequently told about the importance of art in a child’s development. From fostering creativity to visual, motor and social skills, art is considered a vehicle for enriching children’s communication abilities, nourishing new thoughts, and aiding expressive exploration. But how do we locate motherhood out of the domestic space and into the public realm, particularly the worlds of contemporary and public art? In her piece for Six Walks, Eleanor Jackson considers the ways in which mothers and caretakers occupy public space, blurring and reinforcing conventional understandings of mothering – using galleries, parks, libraries and the streets in a manner not always anticipated by planners and designers – a

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