IMA Talks

Stephanie Rosenthal

20 November 2015

Artistic Director of the 20th Sydney Biennale, presents the 9th in the series What Can an Art Institutions Do?


Other IMA Talks...

Tom Nicholson & Dale Harding

In Conversation, Tom Nicholson & Dale Harding

Tom Nicholson and Dale Harding discuss making work on the surfaces of architecture, air and particles as a way to make marks, and absences and politics in stencilling processes. In Nicholson’s work, the line is a tool for writing, drawing and redrawing borders, evoking little known histories and intersections, and expanding into the space of possibility through abstraction. A descendent of the Bidjara, Ghungalu, and Garingbal peoples, Harding’s recent work Wall Composition in Reckitt’s Blue, commissioned for the Queensland Art Gallery’s Australian art collection takes inspiration from the rock paintings in and around Carnarvon Gorge in Central Queensland.
21 April 2018

Experimental Live Score, ‘Häxan’

'Häxan' Live Score by Lucy Cliché & Naomi Blacklock

Listen to the spine tingling experimental live score performed by Lucy Cliche and Naomi Blacklock. Grave robbing, torture, possessed nuns, and a satanic Sabbath. Benjamin Christensen’s film Häxan (Witchcraft Through the Ages) is a sensuous and darkly humorous exploration of the witches of the Middle Ages. Presented in partnership between the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of EmotionsQueensland Film Festival and the Institute of Modern Art.
19 April 2018

IMA Talks, Alana Kushnir

Curatorial Authorship

Can intellectual property law protect the distinct output of today’s curator? As the role of the curator evolves, copyright and moral rights in the exhibition-making process must be considered. In this lecture on curatorial authorship, freelance curator and lawyer Alana Kushnir explores the legal rights of curators, drawing from an analysis of some of the few court judgements that have specifically addressed these issues.
3 April 2018

Ryan Presley In Conversation

In Conversation

Learn more about Brisbane-based artist Ryan Presley’s ongoing project Blood Money (2010–present), which deals with representation and exchange. In his exhibition at the IMA, Prosperity, Presley reimagines our figureheads on Australian banknotes as the heroes and warriors of Aboriginal history, including Pemulwuy, Dundalli, and Oodgeroo Noonuccal. Hear from Presley, in conversation with exhibition curator Madeleine King.
29 March, 2018