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on my way to work

on my way to work

Country Arts SA has invited me for a residency at: Palace of Production. lucky me will be on Kangaroo Island during April this year.

This opportunity gives me time to materialise and develop the ideas that are floating in my mind. I am so excited and curious to see what will come up! I mean you do have to surprise yourself, that’s what makes life worth it – no?

The photo is by Jennifer Hofmann, it is a photo from the ARTS IN YOUR SPACE project in the City of Unley – WAYS OF WALKING

Funny, when I read about myself, I stop and wonder in amazement. It makes me think something along the lines of: ah, do I do all of that? Agility with words is not my talent – when I put my ideas into writing it sounds a bit clumsy –  Then, when someone else writes about you, it reveals aspects of your work that you haven’t thought about. Now you can discover your creations once more from a different angle, it is full of wonders that way.

So here I share the first paragraph from their media release:

South Australian artist Cynthia Schwertsik has been selected from more than 72 applicants from around Australia for the four-week residency of this new partnership between Country Arts SA and Catherine Murphy.

“Cynthia Schwertsik is a contemporary visual and performance artist who presents art that focuses on the environment. She creates contemporary landscapes through her playful interactions with everyday objects in public spaces and places. Cynthia will spend her time exploring the displacement of furniture in the landscape, testing her footprint on the ground and talking about the impact of the human footprint on Kangaroo Island while in residence at the Palace of Production,” said Country Arts SA’s Chief Executive Officer, Steve Saffell.

South Australian artist Cynthia Schwertsik has been selected from more than 72 applicants from around Australia for the four-week residency of this new partnership between Country Arts SA and Catherine Murphy.

“Cynthia Schwertsik is a contemporary visual and performance artist who presents art that focuses on the environment. She creates contemporary landscapes through her playful interactions with everyday objects in public spaces and places. Cynthia will spend her time exploring the displacement of furniture in the landscape, testing her footprint on the ground and talking about the impact of the human footprint on Kangaroo Island while in residence at the Palace of Production,” said Country Arts SA’s Chief Executive Officer, Steve Saffell.

the complete paper: MEDIA RELEASE_Palace of Production

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