Carriageworks has been the home of Liveworks since 2015 however this year’s instalment is going to be available to experience online. The Festival of Experimental Art is known for its groundbreaking works and there’s yet another lineup of fascinating pieces to discover at this year’s event.
From a collaborative plant lovers’ nursery to a curated collection exploring liminal spaces and a thought-provoking piece on intimacy and sexuality in a post-pandemic world, there’s something for everyone at this year’s Liveworks. And that only begins to scratch the surface of this multi-genre, multi-disciplinary, multitudinous feast of ideas.
The festival is split into three unique streams of programming, with 31 events all up featuring more than 72 incredible artists. The three streams are LIVE NOW, which presents bold and experimental art from the Asia-Pacific region; LIVE DREAMS, a look into works of art still being created as a way of examining pieces of the future; and LIVE FUTURES, a series of conversations with artists looking forwards.
For the full program, head to the Liveworks website.