1. DISSONANCE, an exhibition focused on the form and concept of durational performance, took place in the Graduate School Gallery from 6 – 24 May 2013. Throughout May, three artists – Markela Panegyres (PhD), Julian Day (MFA) and Paul Mumme (PhD) undertook projects that engaged with the psychological and emotional complexities of performance through a range of installations, performative actions, accumulations and interactivity.

    Through a series of performance video works, Markela's DISSONANCE project engaged the face as a portal of conflict and tension, but also a mask or pretence. The video installation was complemented by a live performance at an opening event on the evening of Monday 8 May, at which Markela performed a one-hour intervention in the gallery that disrupted and problematised the presence of her face on screen.

    Read more at scagradschool.tumblr.com/post/49497854753/dissonance-panegyres

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  2. Julian's DISSONANCE project took place over five days. For an hour each day (12pm-1pm) a single person or a group of people were given a task with the attaining unity with themselves. Read more at scagradschool.tumblr.com/post/49997986602/dissonance-julianday

    DISSONANCE, an exhibition focused on the form and concept of durational performance, took place in the Graduate School Gallery from 6 – 24 May 2013. Throughout May, three artists – Markela Panegyres (PhD), Julian Day (MFA) and Paul Mumme (PhD) undertook projects that engaged with the psychological and emotional complexities of performance through a range of installations, performative actions, accumulations and interactivity.

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  3. DISSONANCE, an exhibition focused on the form and concept of durational performance, took place in the Graduate School Gallery from 6 – 24 May 2013. Throughout May, three artists – Markela Panegyres (PhD), Julian Day (MFA) and Paul Mumme (PhD) undertook projects that engaged with the psychological and emotional complexities of performance through a range of installations, performative actions, accumulations and interactivity.

    Julian's DISSONANCE project took place over five days. For an hour each day (12pm-1pm) a single person or a group of people were given a task with the attaining unity with themselves. Read more at scagradschool.tumblr.com/post/49997986602/dissonance-julianday

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  4. DISSONANCE, an exhibition focused on the form and concept of durational performance, took place in the Graduate School Gallery from 6 – 24 May 2013. Throughout May, three artists – Markela Panegyres (PhD), Julian Day (MFA) and Paul Mumme (PhD) undertook projects that engaged with the psychological and emotional complexities of performance through a range of installations, performative actions, accumulations and interactivity.

    Julian's DISSONANCE project took place over five days. For an hour each day (12pm-1pm) a single person or a group of people were given a task with the attaining unity with themselves. Read more at scagradschool.tumblr.com/post/49997986602/dissonance-julianday

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  5. DISSONANCE, an exhibition focused on the form and concept of durational performance, took place in the Graduate School Gallery from 6 – 24 May 2013. Throughout May, three artists – Markela Panegyres (PhD), Julian Day (MFA) and Paul Mumme (PhD) undertook projects that engaged with the psychological and emotional complexities of performance through a range of installations, performative actions, accumulations and interactivity.

    Julian's DISSONANCE project took place over five days. For an hour each day (12pm-1pm) a single person or a group of people were given a task with the attaining unity with themselves. Read more at scagradschool.tumblr.com/post/49997986602/dissonance-julianday

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The Graduate School Gallery is part of the SCA Galleries. The Gallery program is run by a student committee (the Graduate School Gallery Committee) in conjunction with the Curator of Graduate School Gallery Program, and overseen by the Graduate School…


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The Graduate School Gallery is part of the SCA Galleries. The Gallery program is run by a student committee (the Graduate School Gallery Committee) in conjunction with the Curator of Graduate School Gallery Program, and overseen by the Graduate School Director.

The Graduate School Gallery Program provides a pedagogical model for integrating individual research, critical engagement and professional practice. The Gallery provides postgraduate students at SCA with the opportunity to experience the curatorial process, to prepare and deliver an exhibition, and to build professional and academic networks within the Graduate School community.

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