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Eavesdropping on Artists: AM I / When the mountain changed its clothing


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We’ll look at the varied role of the voice in the works. With opera director Matthew Lutton, chair Sarah Austin, Liquid Architecture co-artistic director Danni Zuvela and more.

Eavesdropping on Artists

A series of interactive talks, presented by the Wheeler Centre, in which prominent artists discuss shows presented as part of Melbourne Festival.

The catch? The artists must talk about artworks from outside their own practice.

Come and find out what artists really think about each other’s work, in this fascinating, cross-disciplinary discussion on the practice and presentation of art.


Sarah Austin

Sarah Austin is a theatre-maker, researcher and curator who has worked for arts companies in both Australia and overseas. Her practice blends an interest in live art, visual theatre and participatory theatre and she has extensive experience working with young people and communities. Most recently, s... Read more

Danni Zuvela

Danni Zuvela is a writer, curator and academic. She has published writing on experimental film, music, art and performance. In 2014 she curated Undertone Overture featuring American animator Jodie Mack, for The Walls Art Space, Miami, Gold Coast, and a film program for Colour Music, at Drill Hall Ga... Read more

John Hughes

John Hughes’s projects cross boundaries of film, television and media art practice. His video and film work has been presented at the ICA London, ARC Art Museum Paris, Biennale of Sydney, Ewing Gallery, University of Melbourne and ACMI Melbourne. His online documentary with Film Australia, ABC2 an... Read more



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