experimental creative practice assemblage
Mick Douglas, Neal Haslem, Ceri Hann and collaborators
2012 …

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PPPPP recent projects

Working as a loose assemblage, PPPPP investigate collaborative creative practice research processes and conditions of creative emergence. Guided by a sense for the state of not-knowing but presently doing, the PPPPP research seeks to develop reflexive, performative creative practices that are embodied and emergent, located in the ‘live’, foster social connectivity and engage questions of the social, material and environmental ecologies in which the research is conducted.
PUSH, performance video installation, Situation, RMIT Design Hub, curated by Suzie Attiwill, Simon Maidment, Sven Mehzoud & Kate Rhodes
PUSH, live installation performance, Creative Time Summit in Melbourne, curated by Center for Cultural Partnerships, University of Melbourne, Federation Square Atrium, Melbourne, Friday 25th October 2013.
PPPPP Practice Group, series of 4 live installation performance events and a colloquium, part of ‘Convergence’ exhibition, RMIT Design Hub, Melbourne, 3-4 May + 15 May 2013.
superfluous silent men, series of 6 live installation performance events, the Village Festival, Edinburgh Gardens Melbourne, 2-4 Nov 2012.