Twitter
Facebook
YouTube
Instagram

Join our Matched Funding Campaign

20/3/2017

 

 

‘Corrinne Terrace’ – Ian Strange, 2011
Archival digital print. Selected work from ‘SUBURBAN’

All transactions are processed in Australian dollars. 

DONATE SO WE CAN CREATE

DONATE ONLINE NOW

Join us as we embark on an exciting new project that investigates our personal relationship to ‘home’, our connection to everyday architecture and to the traces we leave behind.

Our new work – INTERIOR – brings together Chunky Move Artistic Director Anouk van Dijk and New York based Australian artist Ian Strange to re-interpret the psychological interior of a house. INTERIOR consists of two parts: a physical and filmic research in an abandoned house in outer Melbourne suburbs and a live stage performance. Within the familiar interior of a suburban home, the dancers expose the emotional space of the house revealing its vulnerable and temporary nature. Ultimately, memory is all that remains, leaving our bodies as the only true home we have.

This year we have been granted the Plus1 matched giving program from Creative Partnerships Australia to support the creative development of INTERIOR, which means that they will match dollar for dollar all donations received before May 19. Your $50 donation will turn into $100, $150 into $300 etc. and for those who have already contributed, your new gift will also qualify for additional matched funds. With the end-of-financial year only a couple of months away, it’s the perfect time to make a tax-deductible contribution to support a vibrant Melbourne arts scene.

We need to raise $30,000, which will become $60,000, to bring this work to life.

 

DONATE ONLINE NOW

Or

Download a paper form here and send to
Chunky Move, 111 Sturt Street, Southbank VIC 3006

For more information, contact Pauline Robert, Development Manager, on 03 9645 5188 or via email at pauline@chunkymove.com.au.

 

Art Bites: Home: The Art of Ian Strange

Discover the work of Ian Strange with the Art Bites series ‘Home’ on ABC. Home looks at how Ian Strange’s upbringing in the suburbs of Perth has informed his artistic practice, which looks at subverting the iconography of suburbia and home on an international scale.

Watch the ABC series on iview here

 

1456098962