WK3Wed 28 Sep – Wed 12 Oct

AiR 2022: Hot Glue Edition Website Launch

AiR 2022: Hot Glue Edition is a thoughtful side-scrolling digital collage which collects research, works in progress and ephemera from Arc’s 2021-2022 Artists in Residence

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AiR 2022: Hot Glue Edition is a thoughtful side-scrolling digital collage which collects research, works in progress and ephemera from Arc’s 2021-2022 Artists in Residence:

Nolan Murphy

Lisa Myeong- Joo

Geirthana

Lachlan Bell

Gabby Chantiri

Imogen Ruberg

Mika Benesh.


Through paste-ups, dialogue and photos, AiR 2022 is a labyrinthine meditation on self, time, and being in the world. Through side-scrolling you’ll encounter memorial moths, mobius strips and phantom fabric ghosts.
The AiR 2022 website launches on Wednesday September 28, when the link will be posted here.

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Since 2012, Arc’s Artist in Residence Program (AiR) has offered an annual artist residency in Fowler’s Gap, far West New South Wales. Through intensive week-long residencies, artists have engaged with the striking desert landscape of UNSW’s Arid Research Station.
Seeing opportunity through 2021 lockdowns, the Artist in Residence Program responded with resilience and flexibility, pivoting to a hybrid digital-studio residency. Between July 2021 and April 2022 artists connected through digital hangouts and guest discussions. The group also connected through peer-led workshops on elements of their creative practice including zine-making, sound art and photo-editing.
Onsite studio residency took place at The Nest Creative Studios between May-July 2022. This opportunity provided studio space as well as access to The Nest’s creative networks.
The AiR program will return in 2023 with a site-based residency