Thursday, February 26, 2009

PROJECT CREDITS

Activate 2750
A C3West project by Ash Keating

On site at Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre, Penrith
26 February - 6 March, 2009

MCA, C3West Project Coordinator-
Abigail Moncrieff

Activate 2750 Project Assistant-
Rus Kitchin

Photography and Video -
Alex Kershaw, assisted by Lydia

Sound artist, live and recorded sound –
Vincent O’Connor

Video Editor and sound post production –
Brie Trenerry

PROCESSION PERFORMERS –
Ash Keating
Rus Kitchin
Liam Benson
Naomi Oliver
Ryan Hickey
Byron MacKenzie
Nathan Marsh
Claire Lang
James Dalton
Vienna Parreno
Carl Miranda
Tom Groves
Gabrielle Bates
Lucy Wang
Gianni Wise
Manize Abedin

KRUMP DANCERS -
Darrio aka Manifest
Kon aka J.Manifest
Yasim aka J.Krucial
Omar aka Scrappy

TRANSFORMERS -
Ash Keating
Rus Kitchin

COSTUME MAKERS AND SHOPPING TROLLEY CONSTRUCTION -
Ash Keating
Rus Kitchin
Emily Nolan
Liam Benson
Naomi Oliver
Carl Miranda
Ana Carter
Ryan Hickey
Byron MacKenzie
Nathan Marsh
Lucy Wang
Bethany Cannon
Carl Miranda
Claire Lang

WASTE DELIVERY AND ASSEMBLAGE -
Ash Keating
Rus Kitchin
David Keating
Keith Fryer
Site Group

WASTE DISMANTLE AND PICK UP -
Ash Keating
Rus Kitchin
David Keating
Emily Nolan
Lisa Shadforth
Keith Fryer
Site Group
John Warren

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -
All at Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre, including John Kirkman, Shand Smith and Tina Madjic.
Karen Harris, Erich Weller and Keith Fryer at Penrith City Council.
Judith Blackall, Megan Robson and Elizabeth Ann McGregor at the MCA.
Mike Ritchie, Jo Wall, Bertrand Lepicier and Emmanuel Vivant at SITA Environmental Solutions and all who have facilitated the work.

Activate 2750 is supported by SITA Environmental Solutions and has been organised as part of the C3West cultural partnership, between the Museum of Contemporary Art, Penrith Regional Gallery & The Lewers Bequest, Casula Powerhouse, Campbelltown Arts Centre and the University of Western Sydney, which brings together community, culture and commerce to create art projects in Western Sydney.
C3West is supported by the NSW Government through ARTS NSW and by the Australia Council, the Australian Government’s arts funding and advisory body, through its Community Partnership Section.

About the MCA:
The Museum of Contemporary Art is Australia’s only museum dedicated to collecting and exhibiting the work of contemporary artists. Located on Sydney’s iconic Circular Quay in a striking architectural building, the MCA presents a dynamic program of exhibitions and events that explores the latest international and Australian contemporary art. Visitors can engage with artists and their ideas through a diverse range of events, including artist talks, live performances, lectures, workshops and youth programs. The internationally respected and locally loved institution is an intrinsic part of Australia’s cultural fabric and in 2007 and 2008 was voted Sydney’s favourite museum or gallery by local residents. www.mca.com.au

About Ash Keating:
Ash Keating (b. 1980) is a Melbourne based visual artist who predominantly integrates ecological issues into a hybrid art practice. Keating is a recipient of a 2008 Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces Studio Residency and a 2008 Asialink Visual Arts Residency. Past projects include: Label Land, Seoul, Korea (2008), 2020?, Next Wave, Melbourne (2008); Publicity, Artspace, Sydney and; and CASCA, Adelaide (2007) Parched, Melbourne (2007); Pascua Lama, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Santiago, Chile (2006).

About SITA Environmental Solutions:
SITA Environmental Solutions (SITA) is one of Australia's leading recycling and waste management companies. Operating in all mainland States and the ACT its integrated ‘cradle to grave’ solutions are cost effective, improve recycling and guarantee excellent service. SITA’s established services include commercial and industrial collection; resource recovery; municipal waste collection and recycling; organic waste composting; waste assessments; autoclaving; product destruction; engineered landfill operations and transfer facilities. Through the provision of Alternative Waste Treatment technologies SITA can assist councils, and businesses, reduce waste to landfill and create practical solutions for climate change sustainability. www.sita.com.au

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