Alumni for Gertrude Street Projection Festival

The annual Gertrude Street Projection Festival lights up Fitzroy’s Gertrude Street in the dark depths of each winter. This year join alumni Ben Landau (2016), Eugenia Lim (2010) and Zoe Scoglio (2010, 2012) along the trail. Ben Landau, Walking 8 Walking 8 leads a path through folding layers of memory and expectation, which loops, continuously updates […]

Eugenia Lim at Grey Gardens

From refugee camp to shanty town, shelter is the architecture of survival, of hope for a better life. Over two days, alumni and board member Eugenia Lim will construct a shelter within the walls of Grey Gardens. Interested in how nationalism and stereotypes are formed, Lim invents personas to explore the tensions of an individual within […]

Eugenia Lim at Metro Arts

Alumna and Board member Eugenia Lim’s Yellow Peril is a new body of work exploring the impact and influence of mining and immigration on the Australian identity. Ron Robertson-Swann’s infamous Vault, 1980, sculpture is the starting point for Lim’s performative and playful new video work, which features a gold Mao-suited ‘Ambassador’ sent back in time […]

Eugenia Lim at BUS Projects

Alumna and NW Board Member Eugenia Lim presents a new body of work, Yellow Peril, at BUS Projects in April,  exploring the impact and influence of mining and immigration on the Australian identity. Comprising video, installation and sculptural elements, the project will be a performative, deadpan and playful documentation of her efforts at mining for gold in […]

NeXmas Fundraiser Exhibition

Join us as we round off 2013 with an exhibition to celebrate the silly season and raise some coin for our 2014 Festival. In the spirit of giving, our alumni have graciously donated works for sale in this exhibition. By purchasing one of these works, you’ll give our Festival artists a little boost in 2014. […]

Next Wave Alumni in Channels Festival

Channels Festival is coming! Haven’t heard of it? Channels is a new biennial festival based in Melbourne showcasing the best of contemporary video practice from Australia and around the world.  Powerhouse ladies (and Next Wave alumni) Jessie Scott, Rachel Feery and Eugenia Lim have curated a bumper program of screenings, talks, workshops, performances and exhibitions running […]