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Richard Layzell – Notes from Wagga Wagga
 
Day 5: Friday 26 Sept 03

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  3. Freeflow    
  Got real chatty again as co-host for the discussion on the relation between performance and installation and durational performance and the various art forms including theatre and dance and funding and strategy and context and history and it rolled along, lot of people chipping in. But had to leave early for live interview on Radio FM 107.1. It was an easy-going place with a nice flower garden and people wandering in and out. This was the arts programme and Julieanne, the project manager of TPS and I were introduced after Stacey, the interviewer, had read out the weather for Wagga, partly by looking out the window, asking if anyone had seen Zoe, a lost white maltese terrier, then playing the art music of the day, Shaft by Isaac Hayes. It was a good interview, without interruption, running along. Found myself promoting Time Place Space and the likely interventions in Wagga next Thursday. Afternoon of Streaming, KeyWorx, a performative inquisition in the disabled toilet, and a burial amongst the still-to-be finished landscaping, with flowers, upturned bottles of flat beer and sculpted earth. The code of conduct for the afternoon included people being able to shift behind and in front of the technology. It was a collage of meaning and message, stimulating for me, with visual piquancy.
The tech chicks
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