The Biennale of Sydney has devised at-home activities based on participants in the 23rd Biennale of Sydney (2022).
Tabita Rezaire tells us that water carries data; data includes the stories and histories of the past. That means that water, just like us humans, holds memories!
Download the creative writing exercise.
Milton Becerra collects broken pieces from the past and transforms them into hanging artworks. He considers the suspended works as architectural investigations into our world.
Download the collecting exercise.
Hera Büyüktaşcıyan is a storyteller! She delves into unseen and forgotten histories and reimagines them through site-specific and sculptural artworks. She plays with line, shape and pattern as geometric tools for mapping timelines and revealing narratives of the past.
Download the building exercise.
Alex Cerveny uses text and image as tools for exploring myth, history and religion. Cerveny pushes the limits of these tools, often finding new ways of blurring the lines between the imagination and reality, the real and the unreal.
Download the mythological puzzle exercise.
Kiki Smith uses multi-media materials to communicate the infinite number of mystical and magical ways that humans, animals and the natural world are interconnected.
Download the collage exercise.
Mike Parr thinks of his body and his performances as political actions and responds to global issues by putting his own body through challenging experiences.
Download the performance exercise.