While the post #ATF2015 reflections find their way into words and onto screen, re-reading Malcolm Whittaker's article on Time_Place_Space: Nomad (TPSnomad) is a good one to sit with. The writing that will follow, you should know, has been brewing for a long while now. TPSnomad gave me new influences, like Graham the farmer; and new… Continue reading Experience to Thought to Word to Deed
time-place-space: how we do what we do In Narrandera, we visited local farmer, Graham and were given a tour of his farm, an introduction to his practices, and an insight into a way of thinking that in my opinion, is extremely commonsensical, far-sighted, and exciting, and ironically not embraced enough. Despite… Perhaps the bulk of… Continue reading
time-place-space: Open Sourcing. Connie Anthes Latai Taumoepeau testing movement inside a fan-powered inflatable moon head made for her by Connie Anthes using her solar-powered overlocker. Rarely do solo practitioners have the chance to test ideas quickly among a peer group prior to the…
time-place-space: Bhenji Ra and Latai Taumoepeau try Platypussy Bogue-ing with Nathan Thompson’s photosensitive FishHackers. video by Connie Anthes.
time-place-space: Megan Cope taking part in Tessa Zettel’s Found Food project. Tessa invited all TPS artists to collect food to produce an evening meal for 30 people. Megan successfully volunteered two hours of her time at ‘Vinnie’s Fruitz’, a local green grocer in exchange for food. (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)
time-place-space: The found food dinner by Tessa Zettel enabled the TPS artists to gather, forage, bargain and trade with the locals. Latai Taumoepeau and Bhenji Ra danced for bread in the bakery and Lee Wilson and Michael Petchkovsky gathered Kangaroo from the roadside for a slow cooked stew with native ground up peppercorns. Diego Bonetto… Continue reading
Home James at Ganguddy Swamp.
time-place-space: On sharing what you know This video only tells part of the story, the unresolved one. You found yourself on the TPS bandwagon by choice. When the call for proposals was out you jumped at it: 3 weeks around NSW with a bunch of creative practitioners sharing, connecting and talking about big issues?… Continue reading
time-place-space: Bhenji Ra
time-place-space: It’s not often someone creates an opportunity which literally has your name on it. When I saw the call for “Time_Place_Space: Nomad" my heart leapt to my throat. I’ve been living in homeJames, my bus, for nearly two years now. Before that I was couchsurfing for around 18months and before…