Ash Keating's 2020? at the Nth Melbourne Meat Market, May 08

Ash Keating's 2020? is a large-scale, evolving installation that focuses attention on the future importance of environmental sustainability within artistic practice. Beginning with the interception of numerous truckloads of industrial waste, 2020? is a process-based project involving discarded material being diverted from landfill and dumped en-masse in the Arts House space at the Meat Market.

Art Exhibition previously on in Australia.
From Wednesday 21 May 2008 to Saturday 31 May 2008
Launch Thursday 22 May 2008, Open daily from Friday 23rd May from 2-9pm Preview - Wed 21st May 2-9pm Opening - Thurs 22nd May 7-11pm Forum - Sat 31st May 2:30-4:30pm Closing - Sat 31st May 5-8pm

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Published by anonymous on Wednesday 19 March 2008.
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Co-ordinator and artist Ash Keating is joined by a team of collaborating artists who will be constantly reconfiguring the salvaged materials to create their own installations, interventions, structures and object-based works. This shifting creation happens within a dramatic backdrop of reused vinyl advertising billboards, manipulated in the tradition of culture jamming.

2020? will be under constant surveillance, with live-feeds and video-footage of the processes of the various artists’ projects and the installation’s earlier incarnations being projected back into the exhibition arena. 2020? concludes with a forum involving artists and environmentalists unpacking the conceptual and practical issues of environmental sustainability that are explored within the project.

Ash Keating, with Kay Abude, Campbell Drake and James Carey, Ardi Gunawan, James Geurts, Bianca Hester, Inverted Topology, Susan Jacobs, Rus Kitchin, Bridie Lunney, Lucas Maddock, Pandarosa, Mia Salsjo and Soo-Joo Yoo.