Six Films – Anna John & Koji Ryui

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SIX FILMS
Anna John & Koji Ryui

30/9-16/10/16

Papaya Sleeve:

Catch the scene
And watch it turn

In order to merge
Watch the merging

Flush with you
A gap appears an invitation
Dancing canvas as silhouette reference

Alongside
Thru-joining
One to many
Through overlay

Objects and materials as reconditioned monuments stand amongst others in new scenes

A papaya sleeve you say

Every object a key player – providing their contribution to the scene, some pulling more focus than others. Some play main roles, others in support.

no one left idle
the addition of a person, merging with the scene
a social scene
forming one complete papaya sleeve as in the body that sees everything and regenerates as a whole
a mind as a sophisticated broadcast system
transmitting
and recording concurrently and thus constantly re-veiling itself
the papaya sleeve transmits its aura whilst recording the shifting complexions of the scene; it’s holographic living

As the scene dismantles feel free to join other scenes

– Emma Ramsay

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.