Monthly Archives: August 2012

White Drummer Detroit – Tin Sheds Gallery, University of Sydney, March – May 2013

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Excerpts from ‘White Drummer Detroit’ – DETROIT post-apocalyptic city series

Packard Plant excerpt HD Video Installation

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Transmission – Campbelltown Arts Centre 2012

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Let’sGroovyMauriceAlLarry – Sound Design & Live Performance  

Commissioned collaboration with Justene Williams

The rest is silence @ Death Be Kind gallery project, Melbourne 2011

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White Drummer DETROIT series – Skull Shop building excerpt HD Video Installation

Appin Labyrinth – Mad Dog Ghost Fart 2012

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Site specific Installation in Appin Motel

Born in Appin, bushranger Mad Dog Morgan drifts between liminal drumming spirits, Dennis Hopper and ephemeral ode –arama

Video installation & Spontaneous Composition Endurance performance channelling Mad Dog – 5 hrs

F.a.u.x F.l.u.x F.l.i.g.h.t Oxford Art Factory with Chalk Horse Gallery 2011

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Live Endurance Spontaneous Composition Performance – 6 hrs   

With video installation ‘F.a.u.x F.l.u.x F.l.i.g.h.t’ HD Video.

Collaboration with Rachel Scott

 

The Retro Future Spective Festival, PS122 NYC 2011

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Live spontaneous Composition Performance to video installation

Old School Benefit – Performance Space 122, New York City

Line-up included Philip Glass, Thurston Moore, Amanda Palmer, Reggie Watts..

 

 

Alterbeast – Penrith Regional Gallery 2011

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Stills from Video Installation – Endurance piece at Muru Mittigar, Penrith – 3.5 hrs

Alterbeast Performance – Sydney Biennale 2010 Artspace

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Spontaneous Composition to Video Installation ‘Poo Zombies’

Alterbeast exists primarily as a core group of three artists: Mikala Dwyer,Carla Cescon and Tina Havelock Stevens who, in collective mode, work together combining sound, video, performance, paintings, sculptures and props to present open-ended ideas.

The idea: there is another kind of mutating beast beyond those we have experienced in horror movies – a beast borne of our own doing, of our anxiety, repressed behaviours and self-denial. The pleasure humans take in horror – so irrational and counter intuitive, offers a passage into a fertile space of hallucination.

Video Stills from ‘Poo Zombies’  – Observational video shot & edited by Tina Havelock Stevens