Anri Sala
13 October – 5 November
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FREE PUBLIC PROGRAMS

Enrich your visit to Anri Sala's The Last Resort through our range of free and engaging on-site public programs.

Join the discussion as leading commentators from art, music, history and science share their insights in a series of stimulating panel discussions and focused lunchtime talks. Explore art and science in our weekend family programs, hear new perspectives on the artwork in our daily staff-guided floor talks, or simply pull up a picnic blanket for a relaxing afternoon of art in the sunshine upon Sydney’s spectacular Observatory Hill.

ABOUT

Celebrated French-Albanian artist Anri Sala has created an innovative new installation of sculpture and sound for the 33rd Kaldor Public Art Project, which has been developed over three years ahead of its world-premiere in Sydney. The Last Resort is co-presented with Art & About Sydney.

Sala’s project will transform the Observatory Hill Rotunda, a site with expansive views from the most elevated point in the city. Audiences will be invited to step beneath a gravity-defying ensemble of custom-built drums, to experience their rhythmic, live response to a contemporary interpretation of a Mozart Concerto. Set against the sights and sounds of the harbour below, this musical dialogue animates the relationship between sound, place, time and history on this evocative site. These themes will form the basis of a vibrant suite of public programs presented during the project in partnership with the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences.

Kaldor Public Art Projects

For over 48 years Kaldor Public Art Projects has created groundbreaking projects with international artists in public spaces, changing the landscape of contemporary art in Australia with projects that resonate around the world.

John Kaldor AO is a dedicated collector, patron and supporter of contemporary art. He has been collecting and commissioning art since the late 1950s and since 1969 has shared his love of art with the Australian public through his series of art projects.