Eric Jiang is a queer Chinese-Australian writer/director based in Sydney. His practice uses text as a starting point to bring together eclectic forms and registers, complicating queer futures, exploring familial cultural exchange, and celebrating friendship. His poetry can be found in Liminal, Cordite, Going Down Swinging and more.
Wednesday 21 June, 9pm
In an attention economy where textual engagement is constantly subject to the news cycle, the fragment, virality and the scroll, what is it to be distracted, and what makes it compelling?
Wednesday 14 June – Saturday 24 June
Six artists use illustration to zoom in on details, both remembered and imagined, marking geologies, mysticisms, repetitions and fragility.
Saturday 17 June, 3pm
In this Keynote, Yumna Kassab will explore the rituals, tools, routines and environmental conditions that assist in a sustainable creative practice.