Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation presents Collection+: Greg Semu, curated by Mark Feary. In this film, go behind the scenes of the exhibition install and hear Gene Sherman, Greg Semu and Mark Feary discuss the project.
Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation presents Jompet Kuswidananto: After Voices, 2016. Curated by Alia Swastika, After Voices is an immersive, multidisciplinary installation that acts as a space for exploration of mass hysteria and trauma surrounding the rise and fall of recent Indonesia regimes. In this short film, go behind the scenes of the After Voices install, and hear from Gene Sherman, the artist and the project curator.
Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation (SCAF), in partnership with architectural firm BVN, presents Vo Trong Nghia Architects: Green Ladder, 2016. Presented in SCAF’s Courtyard Garden, Green Ladder is the fourth and final iteration of SCAF's Fugitive Structures series - an annual celebration of experimental architecture. In this film, go behind the scenes of the Green Ladder build, and hear Vo Trong Nghia discuss this project and his architectural philosophy.
Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation presents Mikhael Subotzky: WYE, an intersecting three channel, immersive video presentation. Go behind the scenes of the WYE install and hear Gene Sherman & Mikhael Subotzky discuss the project in the below short film.
As part of the Asia Pacific Architecture Forum, Vo Trong Nghia (Director and Founder, Vo Trong Nghia Architects), Brian Donovan (Principal, BVN Architecture), Sandra Kaji-O'Grady (Head of School and Dean of Architecture, University of Queensland), and Gene Sherman (SCAF's Executive Director) explore and discuss Vo's practice.
Gene Sherman and Vo Trong Nghia in Vietnam, 2015
Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation presents Collection+: Christian Thompson, curated by Alana Kushnir. In this film, Christian Thompson and Gene Sherman, Executive Director of SCAF, discuss the project and Christian's practice.
Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, in partnership with architectural firm BVN, presents Sway (2015). Created for the third iteration of SCAF's Fugitive Structures series - an annual celebration of experimental architecture.
Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation presents Owner Occupy (2015), an interactive gallery installation that seeks to create a timely discussion around architecture’s role in housing affordability, and the real estate market’s control of land ownership.
Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation presents Chinese Bible (2009), a performance installation comprising 3,000 diaries and notebooks collected by Beijing-based artist Yang Zhichao (b. 1963). Curated by Claire Roberts. SCAF Project 26. Exhibition dates: 14 May - 1 August 2015.
Professor Harriet Edquist surveys some of the issues that surround the ever-expanding idea of the archive, with examples ranging from the highly structured archive of John Soane to the participatory and community-oriented archive models advocated by contemporary museology.Download MP3
The Ethics of Emergency Architecture: Do Motives Matter? A panel discussion with Beck Dawson, Chief Resilience Officer, City of Sydney and David Sanderson, Professor, Judith Neilson Chair in Architecture, UNSW, moderated by Dr Simon Longstaff AO, Executive Director, The Ethics Centre.Download MP3
Joni Waka introduces The Strangest Stranger, a documentary film in which he also features as Tokyo-based art impresario, one of Japan’s most known/celebrated mysterious cultural gurus, who is both (deliberately) enigmatic and indefatigably open to people, ideas and opportunities.Download MP3
Shelter Hacks, an art & architecture conversation curated by Penny Craswell featuring special guest panellists: Timothy Horton, Registrar, NSW Architects Registration Board, Hugo Moline & Heidi Axelsen, architecture-artist duo, creators of Owner Occupy. Moderated by noted TV and radio presenter Fenella Kernebone.Download MP3