Bamiyarra at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre

Creative Producer Andrew Garton launches Bamiyarra Not So Still(s) at CPAC
“An installation produced by Andrew Garton is featured in Landlock, an inspiring exhibition at Casula Powerhouse.” Liverpool Leader, 10 April 2013 (Picture: Tim Clapin)

From 30 March to 12 May 2013 Bamiyarra Not So Still(s) was exhibited as part of LANDLOCK, a group exhibition at the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre (CPAC), south-western Sydney.

Landlock explores a parallel relationship between Afghanistan and Australia: one is geographically defined by surrounding land mass; the other, completely surrounded by sea. The exhibition aims to highlight that such differences have produced a shared dialogue about the political, social and physical environment occurring between the two regions.

Creative Producer Andrew Garton, who had conceived of the media arts program that resulted in this exhibition, coordinated the install of our work and talked Bamiyarra at CPAC to gallery visitors and other artists. Special thanks to Khaled Sabsabi, Adam Porter, Semi Ozacardi and CPAC exhibition staff who supported our project and assisted in the install of Bamiyarra Not So Still(s).

Visit the Landlock page at CPAC for more information.

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