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Miasma

Two black and white images side by side. On the left a man looks at the camera wearing a skeletal face-mask. On the right the same mask-wearing man is being touched by a white plastic hand.

Where: Adelaide City Library, Third Floor, Rundle Place

When:

Tuesday, 4 August 2020, 1:00PM to 4:00PM

Tuesday, 11 August 2020, 1:00PM to 4:00PM

Tuesday, 18 August 2020, 1:00PM to 4:00PM

The end is nigh… Adelaide City Library’s Disabled artist in Residence DJ TR!P presents MIASMA, an augmented reality projection-mapped installation exploring the encroaching mist of death surrounding our urban society and the importance it has on our lives and futures.

Partnering with Access2Arts, as part of the South Australian Living Artist’s (SALA) Festival, MIASMA draws upon ideas of airborne mists creeping down darkened alleys

DJ TR!P is a renowned Adelaide-based performer, composer and musician. During the MISMA residency, he will be expanding his creative reach in new directions.

Turning his talents toward projection mapping to create Augmented Realities (AR), DJ TR!P branches his practice in new creative directions as part of the first Disabled Artist in Residence to be held in Adelaide City Library. A partnership between the Library and Access2Arts the Residency seeks to broaden expectations and give supported space for creative exploration of the capabilities of new technologies.

From 3 – 18 August, DJ TR!P explores historical ideas of plague still as relevant today as ever in the shadow of COVID-19.

ARTIST WORKSHOPS:

The public can work one-on-one with DJ TR!P exploring the technology and the MIASMA.

BOOKINGS:

Essential, see booking link below
(NOTE – Limited places available due to COVID-19 restrictions)

    Accessibility information

  • wheelchair accessible