The Cosmos Project – Fundraiser for concert & exhibition
8 Composers + 8 Artists collaborating in the exploration of SPACE – a concert & exhibition
Please consider supporting this project by visiting the Pozible fundraiser below and donating, any amount helps – thanks in advance.
About the Cosmos Project:
“The Cosmos Project is a collaborative event, produced by Spacebears Collective (Kezia, Cassie and Oliver), involving musicians and composers from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music and artists from the Sydney College of the Arts and National Art School.
Our objective is to provide an opportunity for emerging creatives to work together to produce innovative works and to foster inter-disciplinary relationships. Each artist and composer have been paired to create an immersive visual and sonic work to explore the phenomenon of space and our neighbours in the Solar System.
We are also passionate about bringing these works into the public eye so that you, our audience, will be able to hear, view and experience the results of this collaboration, and continue to help Sydney’s creative arts scene flourish!
There are two parts to this project:
The Cosmos Project Pt. 1:
– Thursday 29th May, 7pm
– Recital Hall East
– Sydney Conservatorium of Music
A live performance featuring the musical aspects of these works, by the composers. It will include acoustic chamber pieces as well as electroacoustic and soundscape works, with elements of the visual works presented in the performance space.
The Cosmos Project Pt. 2:
– Opening: 6-9pm Thursday 3rd July,
– Exhibition: 6-10pm Friday, 10-6pm on Saturday and Sunday
– Gallery 2010, 60 Reservoir St, Surry Hills
An exhibition of collaborative works by artists and composers paired together to respond to and explore the phenomenon of space. Artists are working with a range of disciplines including photography, painting, kinetic sculpture, installation and the moving image. Musical compositions will accompany works in the exhibition space providing a dynamic cross section of interpretations.”
Image credit: Aimee Gardyne, courtesy of the Spacebears Collective. Text excerpt from Pozible campaign.