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Lisa Carrie Goldberg

Lisa Carrie Goldberg

Lisa Carrie Goldberg

The work produced in this residency will exist in two separate institutes, one for science (the sleep research facility at the University of Western Australia) and one for art (Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts). The project also takes the form of different media, one being a live performance and the other as an installation. The nature of this work addresses collaboration and the bringing together of things that at first glance have little association, as the practitioner pokes and prods the semantic and diagrammatic crossover that can occur in seemingly opposite fields of study. By conducting an invasive examination into the fields of sleep science, art, architecture, and statistical design, the researcher aims to offer an additional interpretation of each domain.