Daniel von Sturmer
presents the talk: “Electric Light (facts/figures)” (2017).
at Bus Projects 25-31 Rokeby Street, Collingwood
4 May at 18:00–19:30
link to facebook event
DANIEL VON STURMER’S practice involves a range of media and approaches including video, photography and installation. His works orchestrate a field of relations between things and people, light and space, video and time, where the encounter between audience and artwork tests the ways in which we conventionally view artworks in a gallery.
Born in New Zealand in 1972, von Sturmer has been based in Melbourne as a practising artist since 1994. In 2007 he represented Australia at the 52nd Venice Biennale, showing in the Australian Pavilion. He has exhibited at numerous public venues including the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne; Auckland Art Gallery, New Zealand; Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego; The Gothenburg Museum of Art, Sweden; and the Hamburger Bahnhoff Museum, Berlin. Recent solo exhibitions include Electric Light at Anna Schwartz Gallery (2016), Focus & Field and Camera Ready Actions at Young Projects Gallery, Los Angeles (2014), These Constructs at Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne (2014); Video Works, Karsten Schubert Gallery, London (2010) and Set Piece, Site Gallery, Sheffield (2009). He is represented by Anna Schwartz Gallery and is Senior Lecturer and Acting Head of Fine Art at Monash University.
About WRITING & CONCEPTS
Public Lecture Series – Season 3
Produced by Jan van Schaik
6:00pm Thursdays or 3:00pm Saturdays
April 27 > August, 2017
@ RMIT Design Hub, Bus Projects, Neon Parc, Monash University Museum of Art, Heide Museum of Modern Art, Federation University Arts Academy Ballarat
WRITING & CONCEPTS is a free public lecture series designed to explore the potential of writing as both a process and an outcome.
The lectures will alternate between practitioners for whom the written form is their primary professional output and practitioners whose work manifests as exhibitions or events within the domain of contemporary art.