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surfaceProgram of Events
Surface Dia/gram (note)
Works for exhibition to be delivered to either Linda or John prior to Friday 24th, or direct to the gallery by 10am on the day. Any volunteers to help with installation would be greatly appreciated. Please note: the gallery is spare, bare and rough. There are two large plasterboard walls suitable for hanging; two large very rough brick walls not suitable for hanging, and a lot of concrete floor. Approx. 8m x 20m in area with a very high raftered ceiling.

Convenors …
John Barbour and Dr Linda Marie Walker




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Surface Colloquium, A Visual Art & Design Research Group Project October 24 - 26, 2003

Friday October 24
6pm

Keynote speaker Paul Carter (diagrams and writing: process and form)
Venue: BH2-16 (Barbara Hanrahan Building, UniSA City West campus)
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7 - 7.30pm
Opening of Surface Dia/gram exhibition, Liverpool St, Postgraduate Gallery (off Hindley, West End)
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8.30pm
Dinner, T-Chow Restaurant, Moonta Place, City

Saturday October 25
9.30am - 12pm

Venue: Art Gallery of South Australia Function Room (tea, coffee, muffins, biscuits provided)

Stephen Loo (thinking the surface, obligation and hospitality); Michael Kutschbach (morphing form: Stanley, Beatrice and Friends); Esther Ratner (surface tactility and animate form); Sean Pickersgill (the surface of horror)

12 - 1.30pm
Lunch (self help - Art Gallery café or elsewhere)

1.30 - 4.30pm
Venue: Art Gallery of South Australia Function Room (tea, coffee, muffins, biscuits provided)
Paul Hoban (reverse skin: surface archaeology), Aldo Iacobelli (slow time, baroque surface, destructive language); Linda Marie Walker (writing (the) surface); John Barbour (object suffusion and surface subjectivity); Teri Hoskin (digital aesthetics, immaterial action)

5pm
Book launch: Simon Robb, The Hulk, An Experimental History, Maritime Museum, Lipson St, Port Adelaide (the story of the reformatory hulk Fitsjames, which was moored off Largs Bay in the 1880s, and which imprisoned boys aged 8 to 16 years)

Evening - free range

Sunday October 26
10am

Venue: Electronic Music Unit, Adelaide University, Schulz Building, 5th floor (bring your own coffee) Mark Carroll, Christian Haines, Michael Yuen - performance (I'm sitting in a room) [see notes from the performers]
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11am
Venue: Electronic Music Unit, as above
Greg Hainge (philosophy of noise, a discursive surface)

12.30 - 2.30pm
Botanic Gardens - walk, talk and lunch (optional)

3 - 5pm
Venue: 24 First Street, Forestville (wine, cheese and bread provided - bring own rug or foldaway chair)
Angela and Hossein Valamanesh (natural surfaces); Gini Lee (surface topology); Paul Carter, John Barbour and Linda Marie Walker -closing notes
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