“Milk with one please” 

TREATMENT curated by David Cross and Cameron Bishop

with Maree Clarke, ZoëBastin, Louis Helbig, Fiona Hillary, Lyndal Jones, Ash Keating, Shaun McLeod, Olivia Millard and Peter Fraser, Zoe Scoglio, Amanda Shone

Werribee Treatment Plant 

April 22- April 29 2017 

http://www.deakin.edu.au/about-deakin/media-releases/articles/curators-plan-number-two-as-treatment-plant-exhibition-flush-with-success

 

milk with one please” series

27 live performaces over two days

Performed by Zoë Bastin in collaboration with Laura Albee Barton

 

Zoë Bastin’s two-part artistic investigation uses improvised performance to respond to the constraints and freedoms of a sparse industrial landscape. Soft skin’s negotiation of the grave-yard-like plain of obsolete forms is then translated into evolving sculptures of both fragility and strength captured momentarily in tactile objects. 

Treatment Flightlines is a public art project that makes innovative connections. Through sight, sound, smell, community, performance, film, photography, sculpture and installation take a bio-diverse journey around the Western Treatment Plant, for almost 130 years and still evolving, one of Melbourne's most critical infrastructures.

 

TREATMENT was made poossible through the partnership ofMelbourne Water, Deakin University, Wyndham CityCouncil and the Australia Councilfor the Arts.

 

Photos:

Jess Brohier

 

 Words:

“milk with one please”: Industrial Phantasms 

by Katie Paine

http://www.dumb-brunette.com/milk-with-one-please

 
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milk with one please

 Zoë Bastin’s two-part artistic investigation uses improvised performance to respond to the constraints and freedoms of a sparse industrial landscape. Soft skin’s negotiation of the grave-yard-like plain of obsolete forms is then translated into evolving sculptures of both fragility and strength captured momentarily in tactile objects.

Treatment Flightlines is a public art project that makes innovative connections. Through sight, sound, smell, community, performance, film, photography, sculpture and installation take a bio-diverse journey around the Western Treatment Plant, for almost 130 years and still evolving, one of Melbourne's most critical infrastructures.

At The Werribee Treatment Plant by Melbourne Water, Deakin University, Wyndham City, Australia Council

22 and 29th of April 2017

Artists: Maree Clarke, Zoe Bastin, Louis Helbig, Fiona Hillary, Lyndal Jones, Ash Keating, Shaun McLeod, Olivia Millard and Peter Fraser, Zoe Scoglio, Amanda Shone

 

milk with one please: Industrial Phantasms

by Katie Paine

http://www.dumb-brunette.com/milk-with-one-please