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t h e s u b t l e b e i n g s - WeiZen Ho - in progress

t h e  s u b t l e  b e i n g s  is open 11am - 5pm, Thursday to Sunday until Sunday 25 March. It is currently an installation-in-progress, with random opportunities to talk to the artist and her collaborators, until Thursday 22 March when the following performances will occur:

Thursday 22nd March, 6:30 - 8pm

Friday 23rd March, 6:30 - 8pm

Saturday 24th March, 2:00 - 3:30pm

Saturday 24th March, 6:30 - 8pm followed by closing drinks.
Please note that in attending the performance(s) you agree to the artist’s conditions that you
• Not film or take photographs
• Switch off mobile phones
• Take full responsibility if bringing children as there is nudity

The doors open 15 minutes before the advertised start times for the performances and walking through and interacting with the installation has been incorporated into the experience of the space and performance. Your punctuality is appreciated.

Forum: Sunday 25th March, 2-3pm
Forum speakers are:
Julie Vulcan - Research based practice underpins much of Julie's work, which is developed through intensive residencies, participatory laboratories and exchange.  Interested in questioning the veracity of mediated memory, Julie examines constructed histories and the motivations behind how we remember, record and re-write our actions, bodies and traces - past, present and future. 
Phillip Mar means Horselover Horse in Greek and Chinese. He has an interest in cultural translation and interaction that has taken various forms, including music, writing, and the sociology and anthropology of migration.  
Iqbal Barkat is a digital artist and filmmaker originally from Singapore, teaches screen production at Macquarie University. He is interested in thinking novelty in cinema and in the intersection between the real and the imaginary.  He is currently working on a project that explores the outsider and Islam.
WeiZen Ho is the artist behind t h e   s u b t l e   b e i n g s
Alan Schacher is moderator

Please RSVP to or call 0416 038 897

This project has been made possible by Australia Council's Arts Project grant for WeiZen to study and develop Performances, Interpreted & Reimagined of Asian Animistic & Shamanistic Rituals (2016-2018)