PACT Salon: The Wild Things

PACT Salon The Wild Things - photo by Sandra WinkworthA night of shared journeys and encounters, PACT Centre for Emerging Artists will present a captivating evening of art, performance, sound and dance in PACT Salon: The Wild Things on Saturday 4 August 2018.

Curated by James Nguyen and Digby Webster, The Wild Things will explore the diversity of our experiences, imaginations and fantasies. Some of Sydney’s most daring emerging artists will act as guides and lead the audience into a world of strange creatures and things, complete with performance, visuals, light and sounds.

“We are creating the biggest bush doof this side of Erskineville and we’ve got some amazing artists that need to be seen,” said Nguyen and Webster. “Join us and get wild with The Wild Things at PACT.”

Nguyen and Webster are well known Sydney-based artists. Nguyen, who works in documentary practice, installation and performance, has had his work exhibited in multiple galleries both locally and internationally. Webster is known for his bold and colourful oil pastel and ink work, and is a founding member of contemporary performance group, Ruckus Ensemble.

PACT Salons are one-night-only mini festivals that showcase eclectic new works from compelling emerging performance, visual and media artists. Salons are where performance, party and critical dialogue collide to form a unique interactive experience.

Curators: James Nguyen and Digby Webster Artists: Chris Bunton, Emily Dash, Parris Dewhurst, Martin Fox, Ciaran Frame, Raghav Handa, Brianna Harris, Kylie Harris, DJ Kingy, Brooke Leigh, Loc Nguyen, James Penny, Morus Quin, M. Sunflower and Kezia Yap Curatorial Support: Sandra Winkworth

PACT Salon: The Wild Things
PACT Centre for Emerging Artists, 107 Railway Parade, Erskineville
Date: Saturday 4 August 2018 (6.00pm – 10.00pm)
Information and Bookings: www.pact.net.au

Image: Digby Webster and James Nguyen – photo by Sandra Winkworth

Note: The Wild Things contains haze, strobe light effects and some content that may be unsuitable for people under 16 years.

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