An afternoon of pitopito kōrero / short talks, short film screenings and a cup of tea to wrap up our HEAT programme, including two short talks and film screenings by HEAT artists Amanda Yates and Mark Harvey; and a short talk and cups of tea from Public Share, the ceramics collective. Discussion will also include how communities from this biennial might reconnect and differentiate into the 2019 Biennial addressing ENERGIES.
We are now in an era of HEAT: the Earth is quite literally heating up, with new global temperature records set every month and year, but there is also a warming of interest in more climate-friendly ways to live. HEAT: Solar Revolutions is an art event that asks how the sun’s energy may catalyse climate-friendly conversations, collective actions, speculations and interventions. Heat is explored as a transformative condition that sparks making (or un-making) processes.
HEAT is the third iteration of the Oceanic Performance Biennial, an event that explores local ecologies through performative practices. HEAT is presented in association with TEMP.
Sunday 9 April, 2pm