EDGE:PUSH/PULL is about movement, the friction caused by change – and how change impacts on different sections of our community; playing out in our streets, our homes and our places of work.
A change in mindset involves ideas, new ways of seeing things, new perspectives. This cultural change comes from the edges and over time (often a long time) it moves into the centre to become formally adopted – part of accepted practice; the mainstream. This is how real change happens – change that impacts our daily life.
The artists presenting work during the Triennial work at the artistic edge and from their edge of seeing. From our shared experience of their work a dance of push and pull between all parts of our community happens – pulling at frictions and pushing us all forward to embrace opportunity, and create space for the development of all.
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HAPPENING NOW: Beyond (NOT) Neo-liberalism: Panel discussion on thinking the economy as creative practice. Until 7p… https:/…