Project 34 : Asad Raza
For Project 34, Asad Raza’s Absorption brought the ground beneath us into the foreground, drawing our attention to the living and changing nature of soil. Situated inside the Clothing Store at Carriageworks, the work constituted almost 300 tonnes of organic and inorganic material, including sand, silt, clay, phosphates, lime, spent grain, cuttlebone, legumes, coffee and green waste, combined into a new soil mixture or neosoil. A group of cultivators enacted this process of mixing, creating a composite material that visitors were free to take for their own uses, allowing Absorption to continue to grow and be nurtured beyond the installation. Nine artists were also invited to create interventions in the form of installations, performances and experiments.
Please note that we are in the process of uploading archive material to the website. As such, only Projects 1-12 are currently accessible. Projects 13-35 will be available in the coming months.
3 – 19 May 2019
The Clothing Store, Carriageworks, Sydney
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Asad Raza Carriageworks
Artists' collaborations, Australian artists, Environments, Installation, Natural materials, Participatory, Site-specific, Live art