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Project Parlour 25

Thursday, April 26, 2012


With sadness, we farewell Project Parlour 25, our night time program that made it's debut as part of Kaldor Public Art Project 25: Thomas Demand's The Dailies.

 

Featuring brilliant responses to The Dailies by some of Sydney's most inspiring creatives, Project Parlour 25 opened up a diverse range of conversations about Thomas Demand, the themes and techniques explored in his work, The Commercial Travellers' Association building and it's architect Harry Seidler. We were exceptionally lucky to work with our energetic partners: FBi Radio, the University of Technology Sydney School of Design, N, and The Festivalists to create a unique collaboration in the subterranean spaces of the CTA club.

For those who missed Donna Brett's brilliant talk about Thomas Demand at Parlour Kino Sydney and The Mirror Parlour, you can download it here: No media download found.

 

Project Parlour will return with selected future Kaldor Public Art Projects, in a new spaces, exploring the projects themes through new creative experiences. Stay informed about future Project Parlour's via our facebook page.

 


A performer serves Lara Thoms' dopplegänger edibles in the dining room at
The Dopplegänger Parlour.

 

 
Emma Price (The Kingpins), Justin Shoulder, Matt Stegh and Betty Grumble
perform EATS. ROOTS. SHOOTS. AND LEAVES. In the dining room at
The Dopplegänger Parlour.


 
The Bedlams, performing at Parlour Kino Sydney in the N. W. Carlton Room.

 


Parlour games in the Cocktail Bar at The Mirror Parlour.

 

 
70s Costumes for Parlour Kino Sydney, in front of Rob Beson's Conic Intervention.

 


Donna Brett  discusses Thomas Demand's practice at Parlour Kino Sydney.

 


Nat Randall talks to Penelope Seidler at The Dopplegänger Parlour.

 


Christian Meli directs Miniture Modernism: Model Making Workshop at
The Dopplegänger Parlour.

 

 


Emma Price (The Kingpins), Justin Shoulder, Matt Stegh and Betty Grumble
perform EATS. ROOTS. SHOOTS. AND LEAVES. In the dining room at
The Dopplegänger Parlour.

 


Adam Jasper's Lazy Susan Half Hour Speak Easy at The Dopplegänger Parlour.

 

 


Short films screened at Parlour Kino Sydney.

 

 

 

 

 

 



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