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Linger, Dash, Talk

Fri Feb 17 - Sun Apr 23

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Fri Feb 17 - Sun Apr 23

Fri Feb 17 - Sun Apr 23

Linger, Dash, Talk is an exhibition that platforms queer and First Nations identified artists, and seeks to hone in on tensions surrounding visibility, erasure and public-scrutiny, and the ways in which queer and Indigenous artists use encoded, private or anecdotal ‘languages’.

Through an exploration of language, gossip and dialogue, the artists in Linger, Dash, Talk variously use text to leverage community-building against (or adjacent to) dominant modes of kinship and relating.

Featuring newly commissioned works by poet and textile artist Kirli Saunders; painter Troy-Anthony Baylis; performance and film artists Stelly G, Kiki Oner & Garden Reflexxx, as well as existing work by Benjy Russell and Jenna & Mackenzie Lee; with a host of other artists to be announced, the exhibition will draw on text-based practices, slang, gossip and other informal and encoded modes
of communication.

A photograph of some text-based artworks hanging on a gallery wall
Tickets : Free
36 Gosbell St Paddington, NSW 2021 Australia

Cement Fondu has a wheelchair accessible entrance via our back entrance on DIllon Lane, please ring ahead of time and one of our staff will ensure our ramp is placed out the back for you. Cement Fondu has gender neutral, wheelchair accessible toilets, however neither bathrooms have handrails. Cement Fondu has prepared alternate roomsheets with larger fonts if needed, and video works will be subtitled.

Cement Fondu is an evolving arts space located in Paddington, Sydney. We present a diverse year-round program of visual arts exhibitions that feature performance, dance and music by Australian and international artists. Our Art Store, Project Space, online presence and program of public events offer alternative and engaging ways for people to encounter artists and their practices. Dedicated to greater understanding and creative possibilities, we serve a collective curiosity toward each other and the matters of our time.

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Start:
Fri Feb 17
End:
Sun Apr 23
Tickets:
Free
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Cement Fondu
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02 9331 7775
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hello@cementfondu.org
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https://cementfondu.org/
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