Wlodarczak performs at the NGA - Art Collector

Gosia Wlodarczak, Dust Cover Painting: "The Trial by Sydney Nolan", 2010. Preparation towards the performance at NGA applying process called "Intimate Spaces". Photo: Longin Sarnecki. Courtesy: the artist and Helen Maxwell, Canberra

28 September 2010 | Gosia Wlodarczak is staging a drawing performance in Canberra next Sunday 10 October as part of The Big Draw, a community-based drawing festival.

DUST COVER PAINTING: THE TRIAL BY SYDNEY NOLAN begins a new series of participatory performative works titled my personal art history, made in conversation with existing artworks from collections around the world,” says Wlodarczak.

“The project is a non-chronological journey through my visual memory bringing to life an image archive of artworks stored in my brain from the very first I remember often looking at when I was five: Jozef Chelmonski,
Bociany (The Storks) (1900), until my recent intimate dialogue with Sidney Nolan's The Trial (1947) [held in] the National Gallery of Australia collection.”

The performance will take place in the National Gallery of Australia foyer from 10am to 2pm on 10 October 2010. Wlodarczak will also present a talk on her practice at 6pm on 9 October 2010.


Jane O'Sullivan


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