Now showing on the bridge projection space: 'richie'
A short film by Brett Ashby now showing every night on The Bridge until Saturday 1 June.
Choice allows for invention and energy connected us as a choice. ‘Richie’ is a film about energy and the connection between artist and subject. Multi layers of energy and repetition in his practice has lead the artist, to the portrait of a musician - Richie.
Brett and Richard have a personal relationship as well as a professional relationship, through many years of friendship and working as colleagues in the fields of multimedia and creativity. ‘Richie’ is the process of documentation of energy through art. We all live and we all die, why not think differently while you still can.
Staring Richard Lewis lead singer of Tumbleweed (Band 1990).
Medium: Mixed multi-media, oil, acrylic, canvas, resin, digital, performance and HD video. Performance ɛnədʒi artwork painted while skateboarding.
Art Assistants: Christine Perera + Liam Rayner
Sitter: Richard Lewis, Tumbleweed 1990
DP: Dimitri Karas
Photography: Paul Rogers
Watch the full video online: https://vimeo.com/330048240
The Bridge Projection Space converts a disused, third-story walk bridge located at the Kingston City Hall (985 Nepean Hwy. Moorabbin) into a dedicated space for projection art and short-film. The space gives artists the opportunity to present highly visible, three-channel projections to commuters passing along the Nepean Highway. The Bridge exhibits a playful and accessible program of works by established and emerging artists responding to the unique architectural features of the space.
- Videos, short films, and animations are shown for a minimum of 4 weeks and at different times throughout the year.
- To apply to exhibit, please visit our website here.