“Interlude Gallery is a node in your navigation, a plateau in our urban topography, the silence in a rousing speech, but above all, Interlude is a living Organism”
We are excited to announce the publication of our Annual Interlude Gallery Almanac, for the third consecutive year!
Please read on for more information about our project and space, and simply follow the pledge link to pre-order one of the limited edition, soft cover books, with a courtesy signed artist print.
The Interlude Print Almanac continues to be an important element of our organism, presenting the annual transformations via coupling our exhibition photo documentation and writers program contributions. In addition to the ongoing online archive, this third physical edition continues to showcase the values that Interlude holds, but in print!
The 2017 Almanac now available for pre-order, is designed by the Interlude Team, and will be printed locally by Carbon8, Sydney to maintain the highest quality of colour printing with their HP INDIGO DIGITAL PRESS. The approx. 88 page publication will feature a soft cover, perfect for cuddling, with 150gsm paper and 'perfect binding' (see example image below) for all your page turning needs.
Featuring 2017 Exhibitions and Writers Program Text
This affectionately crafted limited edition book features photo documentation and written responses from each of the 22 solo and group exhibitions held in 2017. Please see some examples that will be included below:
List of Featuring Artists: Lea Kannar-Lichtenberger , Emilio Cresciani, Brenton Alexander Smith , Sophie Penkethman-Young , Eliya Nikki Cohen , Matthew Roll , Duncan Brown , Helen Shelley , Faith Mrljak, Agus Wijaya , Christopher V.Lapa , Gillian Lavery, Mike Barnard , Reid Bedlington , Talia Smith, Katherine Rooke , Naomi Riddle , Heidi Lefebvre , Talitha Kennedy , Brooke Sanderson , Hana Hoogedeure , Kaspar Kägi, Bryden Williams , Chris Sutevski , Luke O'Donnell, Apolonia Dorabialski , Luke O’Donnell , Cornelis Timmer , Georgia Emslie, Baki Kocaballi , Yeliz Yorulmaz , Yves Lee , Kalanjay Dhir , Luke O’Connor , Bella A Taylor, Julien Bowman , Mevna , Chris Sutevski , Szymon Dorabialski , Davis Birks .
List of Featuring writers: Mo Johnson , Saira Krishan , Jenny Alaca , Sophie Durand , Elyse Goldfinch , Szymon Dorabialski, Stephanie Cobon , Misael M , Daniel Soma , Kathleen Linn , Clare Powell , Harriet McInerney , Molly Morphew , Kate O’Boyle , Michelle Wang , Hugh O’Donnell , Melissa Hamlyn , Kate O’Boyle , Serafina Lee , Carla Uriarte , Jenny Alaca .
Interlude Gallery dedicates its resources to creating conversation around the multiple facets and directions of the Australian and International contemporary art practice. The Gallery is a space of physical and conceptual transformation, refuting the idea of the ‘white cube’ by prioritising our curatorial approach to the subject as well as the objects. Interlude Gallery breaks through any possible categorisation and still prevailing dichotomies in the art ecology, embracing the concept of impermanence and chance in the core of its values. Interlude is a middle ground for ideas and dialogue.
Situated in the heart of Glebe, Sydney, Interlude Gallery was founded in 2014 by Australian-Mexican entrepreneurs and artists, Isabel R and Misael M. Opening to the public in 2015, it has since been running as a non-for-profit organisation, transforming and expanding with the invaluable voluntary participation from a dynamic group of Sydney based collaborators and contributors. Interlude invites the general public to participate, to transform paradigms through art as a way of living and living as a way of art.
In its first year Interlude hosted 15 exhibitions, displaying the work of more than 50 national & international artists and 8 Sydney based writers. In 2016 they held 20 exhibitions, and displayed the work of more than 80 artists and over 16 local and international writers.The organism has continued to grow exponentially this year with a program of 22 exhibitions, participating in Sydney Contemporary Art Fair, Volume Art Book Fair with a public symposium, supporting a flourishing experimental writers program, a rotating internship program, and a stable of 17 associated artists from Mexico, Australia and the US.
As a non-for-profit organism, the organisation seeks funding to continue to bring creative platforms for discussion. Interlude thrives through the generosity and dedication of its patrons.
Risks and challenges
We have taken into consideration our past experience to produce accurate and achievable numbers and timeframe for the project.
With our two previously Annual Almanacs successfully funded, produced and distributed, we're confident that we'll receive the interest necessary to carry out the third, and that it will be an even more impressive and engaging publication.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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