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BIG LOG JAM at AEAF, 2011

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BIG LOG JAM, AEAF, ADELAIDE

surface detail of plasticine form a slumped plasticine form, made from 50 kilograms of molten material cast into reinforced sheets large inflatable forms

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new improved flag….

the sites where the triennial will take place…

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wBST flag

we made this flag-pennant thing last year: something to represent the wBST…a kind of crafted announcement of things to come. We plan to have a banner making workshop on March the 1st with all the participants of the wBST whereby each contributor might make a pennant to represent their involvement in the project. Results will […]

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dates for the wBST

dates for the west brunswick sculpture triennial are: Saturday 21st & Sunday 22nd March: 1-5pm Saturday 28th & Sunday 29th March: 1-5pm Saturday 4th April & Sunday 5th April: 1-5pm Saturday 11th April & Sunday 12th April: 1-5pm artists involved: OSW collective (co-ordinators including Terri bird, Bianca Hester and Scott Mitchell) Fiona Abicare Marcus Bergner […]

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some thoughts on discourse around the west brunswick sculpture triennial

Derrida – On hospitality Buro Berlin – notion of making present the ‘situational relations’ of production Brian Holmes critique on biennales and mega-shows in relationship to transnational capitialism Lisa Kelly’s text (in response to Sydney Biennale from 2006) titled “grasping the thistle”

the Landing – developmental models

a selection of developmental models that we’ve been working on over the last couple of days, ready for presentation on Wednesday September 17th….a tiny balsa model that will hopefully find its way into a concrete form someday soon….

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concrete pier – some drawings

so…..after making some models at 1:100, we decided upon a design for our concrete pier-walkway thing. brutal…

concrete forms

In June OSW visited the Biennale of Sydney. We love concrete – and there were some great examples of brutal form work on cokatoo island – one of the Biennale sites.

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