I am a Branch Floating on a Swollen River After the Rain is a new site-specific work in the street-facing front gallery of Gertrude Contemporary by Sydney-based collaboration Wrong Solo (Brian Fuata and Agatha Gothe-Snape) involving a number of artists.
The work is a series of ten-minute improvisations that are performed, witnessed and transcribed into a score. The score will be displayed in the gallery and then re-performed by a selection of people throughout the duration of the exhibition.
Performance Dates and Times:
Friday 24 March, 6:30–6:40pm
with Brian Fuata
Saturday 25 March, 3–4pm
with Tim Derbyshire, Stephanie Kabanyana and Mark Shorter
Saturday 1 April, 3–4pm
with Spencer Lai, Adelle Mills and Nic Tammens
Saturday 8 April, 3–4pm
with Lauren Burrow, Luke George and D.A.M.P
Witnesses: Georgina Criddle and Giles Fielke
Please note the performances will run for a ten-minute duration within the hour. Keep an eye out for updated times!
About Wrong Solo:
Wrong Solo is an ongoing collaboration between Sydney-based artists Brian Fuata and Agatha Gothe-Snape. With a basis in dance, movement and performance art the artists explore ideas of site and the relationship between performers and participants, duration and time. Operating at the nexus of dance and the visual arts, their practice acts as a conduit for the contexts of dance spaces, galleries, museums and public spaces to consider questions of participation, rehearsal and improvisation.
As Wrong Solo, the artists have developed performances and installations that have been presented at Performa, New York; Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney; Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne; Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney; Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts; and TarraWarra Museum of Art, Healesville.