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Inhalare / breathe upon aims to transform familiar landscapes into unfamiliar territories, allowing those who encounter Inhalare works to be transported. In stages, 12 regionally-based artists of NSW will explore natural environments close to home to develop soundscapes, writings and visual works capturing deep connections and hidden layers, allowing our imaginations to explore those environments that sustain us during times of restricted movement. This project responds directly to the impact of COVID on regional creative life in 2021.

Project contact: Kim V. Goldsmith, ecoPULSE
EMAIL I +61 419 439 923

đź—“ 15 DECEMBER 2021, 7pm on Zoom

INHALARE/ BREATHE UPON Stage 1 artist talk
Orana Arts Studio Co!Lab Lounge Series Roundtable
(Artists in conversation)

Join the Stage 1 artists online to hear about what drew them to the project and what it’s meant to collaborate remotely with other artists from across NSW. The Stage 2 artists will be announced at this event. Stage 1 of this project received funding from a Create NSW COVID Development Grant and is supported by Orana Arts.

ecoPULSE leverages funds raised through the Australian Cultural Fund (tax-deductible donations) and the sale of merchandise through Redbubble when applying for grants. Your donations help us do this. Money raised goes to paying regionally-based artists working on our projects. As a donor, you become part of our ecoPULSE community and we keep you in touch on all our projects.

As of 1 November, we’ve raised $375 of the $1,000 needed to fund two Stage 2 artists for this project. All funds donated through ACF until 1 February 2022 will go towards this project.

Stage 1 (2021): Sound recordings and text-based works (texts to be audio recorded)

1 OCTOBER – 15 DECEMBER >> Works in development
15 DECEMBER >> Artists in conversation roundtable event

Stage 1 artists
Kim V. Goldsmith (Dubbo)
Dr Greg Pritchard (Wagga Wagga)
Anna Glynn (Jaspers Brush)
Andrew Hull (Bourke)
Danja Derkenne (Milton)
Jason Richardson (Leeton)

Stage 2 (2022): Visual responses to the sound recordings and texts (written descriptions of visual works to be audio recorded)

1 FEBRUARY – 30 MARCH >> Works in development
MAY/JUNE >> Online presentation of work + other events (artist talks)

Stage 2 artists will be announced at the 15 December 2021 roundtable conversation.

Stage 3 (2022-23): Presentation of works – online + at venues

To be further developed.

The development of each stage will happen in accordance with NSW Public Health Orders at the time.

This project is supported by