On 12 July 2020, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Artistic Director, Serpentine Galleries, hosted a marathon live interview via Zoom, with 17 of the 18 artists and creative practitioners who contributed to Kaldor Public Art Project 36: do it (australia). Obrist and the artists discussed their instructions for do it (australia), the public response to Kaldor Public Art Projects first online project, and the challenges of making art in a time of global change.
0:04 John Kaldor 9:11 Gerald Murnane 25:35 Tracey Moffatt 36:02 Jonathan Jones 46:30 Glenn Murcutt 58:09 Latai Taumoepeau 1:11:55 Rafael Bonachela 1:19:13 Amrita Hepi 1:27:16 Khaled Sabsabi 1:35:19 Megan Cope 1:43:28 Brian Fuata 1:50:43 Ian Milliss 1:59:17 Saskia Havekes 2:05:32 Dale Harding 2:13:43 Thom van Dooren 2:21:36 Lauren Brincat 2:29:58 Janet Laurence 2:38:44 nova Milne ICI’s relaunch of do it (home) joined with the Serpentine Galleries in London and Kaldor Public Art Projects in Sydney, Bloomberg Philanthropies and Google Arts & Culture for do it (around the world), a new chapter of Hans Ulrich Obrist’s exhibition-in-progress. To access do it (home) click here. To access Project 36: do it (australia) click here. To access do it (around the world) on Google Arts & Culture, click here.