Wululan Maya

Curated by Susannah Day, Spectrum Project Space

Art Exhibition previously on at Spectrum Project Space in Perth precinct, Western Australia, Australia. Published by anonymous on Saturday 20 October 2007. Saturday 20 October 2007 to Sunday 28 October 2007.

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Wululan Maya is a unique cultural art initiative featuring 30 of Australia’s foremost young and emerging artists. On Saturday night (27 October), Wululan Maya blurs the lines between visual and performing arts with the doors opening at 7.30pm for an eclectic mix of live performance, film and music.

Literally translated from the Noongar language, Wululan Maya means ‘tomorrow’s home’. The exhibition expresses the artists’ varied understandings and imaginings of contemporary youth cultures, now and in the future.

Local emerging curator Susannah Day encouraged the curatorial theme to be freely interpreted and manipulated by exhibiting artists, who range from installation artists, performers, filmmakers and photographers through to fashion designers, painters and musicians.

The result is a multifaceted exhibition that is engaging, stimulating and provocative.

The Artists
■ Bianca Beetson (QLD) ■ BimKenesis (WA) ■ Jes Birk (NSW) ■ Richard Carling (WA) ■ Bindi Cole (VIC) ■ Chris David (WA) ■ Susannah Day (WA) ■ Corazon De Vaca (WA/Spain) ■ Jeffrey Jay Fowler (WA) ■ Alaina Gougoulis (WA) ■ Sam Icklow (NSW) ■ Jonathon Jones (NSW) ■ Jessica Jubb/ Saves Nine (WA) ■ James MacNeil (WA) ■ Sian Mc Millan (WA) ■ Piers Morgan (VIC) ■ Frances Belle Parker (NSW) ■ Claudia Scalisi & David Bennett (WA) ■ Victoria Stanford (NSW) ■ Fred Suicide (WA) ■ The Lonely Brothers (WA) ■ Xenheist (WA) ■

Location

Spectrum Project Space
221 Beaufort Street
Northbridge WA 6060

Open hours: 2 – 6pm Wed – Sun

www.scca.ecu.edu.au/projects/spectrum/index