Past Projects

Residencies

IASKA runs a program of residency-based and site-specific projects by contemporary artists from Australia and overseas. IASKA’s aim is to experiment with new forms of interaction between artists and communities and to create opportunities for dialogue and exchange between local and global cultural perspectives.

2008.

  • Unboxed and Re-planted

  • The Smarter Than Smoking IASKA Education Survey

  • Deidre Nelson

  • Haines/Hinterding

  • Janet Burchill and Jennifer McCamley

  • Cedric Bomford

2007

  • Right To Be Counted

  • Julie Chou

  • Claire Conroy

  • Neville Gabie (UK)

  • Regina Walter & Raquel Ormella

  • Long Distance Relationship

2006

  • Neville Gabie (UK)

  • Gregory Pryor (Australia)

  • Bennett Miller (Western Australia)

2005

  • Nigel Helyer (Australia)

  • PVI Collective (Australia) & Julianne Stiegele (Germany)

  • Gerson Bettencourt Ferreira (Luxembourg/France)

  • Cristina Abad (Colombia)

  • Lucas Ihlein (Australia)

  • Kirsten Bradley (VIC)

  • Bruce Slatter (WA)

  • Hüseyin Bahri Alptekin (Turkey)

2004

  • Noah Shilkin & ReBecca Miller (Canada)

  • Raquel Ormella (NSW)

  • Ian Birse & Laura Kavanaugh (Canada)

  • Tom Nicholson (VIC)

  • Hayden Fowler (NSW)

  • Wilkins Hill (QLD)

  • Anna Nazzari (WA)

  • Matthew Hunt (WA)

  • Izabela Pluta (NSW)

  • Sean Cordeiro & Claire Healy (NSW)

  • Nat & Ali (Australia)

  • James Lynch (VIC)

  • Andrew McQualter (VIC)

  • Andreas Kaiser (Germany)

2003

  • Moon Joo (South Korea)

  • Simon Levin & Laurie Long (Canada)

  • Jenny Watson (Australia)

2002

  • Bibo (the Netherlands)

  • Lotte Konow Lund (Norway)

  • Roland Boden (Germany)

2001

  • Gillian Dyson (UK)

  • Shigeaki Iwai (Japan)

  • Louise Paramor (Australia)

  • Trevor Richards (Australia)

2000

  • Miriam Stannage (Australia)

  • Umberto Cavenago (Italy)

  • Alex Spremberg (Australia)

  • Markus Mußinghoff (Germany)

1999

  • Robert Frith (Australia)

  • Heinrich Lüber (Switzerland)

  • Kate Daw (Australia)

  • Virginia Ward (Australia)

  • Berndt Höppner (Switzerland)

1998

  • Salvatore Falci (Italy)

  • Matthew Ngui (Singapore/ Australia)

Open Space

IASKA offers emerging and more established Australian artists short term residencies to develop locally relevant work based on an engagement with community and landscape.

2004

2003

  • Poppy Van Orde Grainger

  • Sussi Porsborg

  • Pauline Hack

  • Caroline Gorman

  • Ben Waters

  • Tan Teck Weng

2002

  • Tennile Baker

  • Simon Pericich

2001

  • Adien Broderick

  • Sedon Pepper

  • Christian de Vietri

  • Brigitta Hupfel

  • Andrew Smith

  • Phillip Gamblen

  • Perdita Phillips

  • Mike Singe

2000

  • Kathy Barber

  • Michelle Siciliano

  • Gina Cinnani

  • Stuart Ringholt

  • Consuelo Cavaniglia

  • Tom Müller

  • Andrea Williams

Hosted Exhibitions

Incorporating artistic projects and events developed in partnership with guest curators and other arts professionals to suit IASKA's distinctive philosophy and objectives.

  • Configured
    9 September - 8 October 2006

    Kevin Robertson, Jo Darbyshire, David Lamb, Thomas Hoareau, Joanna Lamb, Richard Gunning, Leanne Emmitt, Garry Pumfrey, Andrew Daly

  • Ma.Sl.Go.Js.At.&Rz.
    February, 2004

    Maggie Aird, Shannon Lyons, Geoff Overheu, Julian Stadon, Agnes Toh and Rima Zabaneh.

  • Parallel Worlds
    January 2002

    Helen Britton, Sarah Elson, Susan Flavell, Richard Giblett, Pearl Rasmussen, Bruce Slatter, Andrew Smith

  • Coda- Kellerberrin
    February 2000
  • David Gregson
    October 2000
  • Water/Medicine
    May 2000
  • Heytsbury/Papunya Tula Painters
    March 2000
  • White Cells
    February 2000

    By Franca Rame and Dario Fo, Performance directed by Tim Burns

  • Here & There
    August - September 1999

    Works from the Kerry Stokes Collection, curated by John Stringer

  • Out of the Box
    June 1999
  • RMIT - Masters of Architecture
    October 1999
  • Rubbish Landscape & Poetry
    February 1999

    Curated by Margaret Moore

  • Clothed Space
    October - December 1998
  • Constellation
    November 1998