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12.7.2017
Lilo Nein
Writing Performance Exhibition 1
12.7. - 30.7.2017
RMIT:ART:INTERSECT, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA

Lilo Nein is a guest of SITUATE as a part of the SITUATE Austrian Arts Residency Exchange.

In her exhibited project Nein unpicks the notion of writing and translation in relation to performance. In 2016, she re-engaged a series of previously built sculptures, bringing them together into a single exhibition and inviting Austrian art professionals to write a short text about each. These texts then became the lyrics to songs for the project's second iteration. During the residency in Melbourne, these texts have been translated into English by local artist and curators and co-located with the photographic, sonic and written records of the project's previous iterations as a means of exploring and considering the different kinds of spaces produced through interpretation and translation.

Writing Performance Exhibition 1 Handout

RMIT:ART:INTERSECT
Australia's RMIT University is ranked 16th in the world for art and design, which positions it as the top art school in the country. The School of Art fosters innovative and diverse art practice and research within visual art, fine art, public art, and arts management. The School manages INTERSECT—six creative projects that together form a dynamic program of exhibitions, residencies, creative laboratories, talks and events. These projects consider and use contemporary art as a means of intersecting with and enriching our University community, as well as our broader local and global ones. They are PROJECT SPACE, SPARE ROOM, SITUATE, SITE EIGHT, the LIGHTSCAPES and SPEAKER.

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