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Richard Layzell – Notes from Wagga Wagga
 
Day 3: Wednesday 24 Sept 03

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  1. Practicals and Methods 2. Intuitions and insights 3. Freeflow
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Co-ran a focussed session on documentation and process with Michelle Teran – demonstrated through web examples, publications and the process notes. Diagrammatic connections were drawn between the artists' declared [at this stage] interests. This was a way of signalling and starting collaborations.
Now we're all in the soup.
It's all in flux, really. Never spoken so passionately about documentation and process before. Surprised myself. Re-discovering the complexities and levels of information within Enhanced Performance and the process forms. Standing up for reflection.

A trip into the metropolis of Wagga Wagga "land of many crows" "which lies within the vast Aboriginal nation of the Wiradjuri people" [as acknowledged in the visitor guide, times change] and sited on the spectacular Murrumbidgee River. We sip cappuccinos, short blacks and tall flat whites at the Wagga Wagga Art Gallery before checking out possible locations and ambience for site specific interventions the following week. One wedge shaped glass sided empty space filled with sand and a sacking backdrop looks like a strong candidate, and is also part of the gallery.
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