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Kylie Ligertwood

Kylie Ligertwood | First Entry

Kylie Ligertwood | First Entry

If I try to conjure up a picture of that waiting-room today I immediately see the Nocturama, and if I think of the Nocturama the waiting room springs to mind… – W.G. Sebald, Austerlitz New media and installation artist Kylie Ligertwood constructs a place within PICA to explore memory, space, time and the original exposure. The installed place will be the stage for a series of five performances by invited artists in an improvised first response. These performances will take places as part of the 2006 mini Artrage Festival @ PICA. Following these performances, Ligertwood will herself respond to the installed place and its history with the production of audio works to be broadcast across the Perth Cultural Centre, video and further installation to feature in PICA’s clock tower.