5-8pm | Above the Dunstan Playhouse
EXHIBITION: Sequential Movement, Hiraoki Umeda & Mikuni Yamaihara
Two of Japan’s leading dance choreographers and exponents of digital media installation lead you deep into the matrix of digital performance with a mesmerising blend of body movement, multimedia immersion, electronic sound and choreography.
ADELAIDE COLLEGE OF THE ARTS – LIGHT SQUARE GALLERY
5-8pm | 39 Light Square
EXHIBITION: Altered States
An exhibition by Adelaide College of the Arts Printmaking Department alumni and staff, exploring states that a printmaker might progress through towards a finished work, as well as playfully referring to the layered states of awareness associated with creativity.
ANNE & GORDON SAMSTAG MUSEUM OF ART
5-7pm | Hawke Building, 55 North Tce
EXHIBITION: Experimenta Recharge, curated by Jonathan Parsons, Elise Routledge & Lubi Thomas
The 6th International Biennial of Media Art features the work of artists who employ, critique and experiment with media and technology.
INTERACTIVE EVENT: Leisa Shelton Have a chat with Shelton about your experience of Australian new media art, and add your story to the Mapping Australian Media Art Archive.
ORIGAMI: Check out 100 Year Sea by Japanese artists TeamLab, exploring global warming and rising sea levels. Then learn how to make your own origami angelfish, crab or squid!
AUSTRALIAN EXPERIMENTAL ART FOUNDATION
Lion Arts Courtyard
AEAF 24:7 WINDOW SPACE
EXHIBITION: 1000 Forms of Fear – We’d give our right arms for an art grant, The Ryan Sisters, curated by Carollyn Kavanagh
1000 Forms of Fear examines feelings of unease, menace and dread—an escalating sense of horror, echoing the perception of fear that pervades our daily life. Do you fear the future? Does the landscape of the arts in Australia look scary? The Ryan Sisters would give their right arms for an art grant…
KERRY PACKER CIVIC GALLERY
Until 7pm | Hawke Building (Level 3), 55 North Tce
EXHIBITION: The Futures of Waste: Photographic Perspectives
This exhibition by selected award winning photographers shows the origins and dimensions of waste making, with a particular emphasis on our own Asia Pacific region.
7pm | 13 Morphett St
FILM SCREENING: Election (2005) MA15+ directed by Johnnie To
Election clearly functions as an allegory for Hong Kong’s struggle towards democracy, in which two Triad leaders face off against each other in a bloody negotiation for power.
5-7pm | Kaurna Building, corner of Hindley Street & Fenn Place
EXHIBITION: Postgraduate Season; Naomi Hunter
The distance within: investigating an experience of embodiment through glass making
“I use the material of glass for its transparent, transformative and tactile qualities and its capacity to expose the gesture of the maker.”
ARTIST TALK: Hunter will present a short talk about her work, starting at 6.30pm.
NEW INDIA RESTAURANT
From 6pm | 167 Hindley St
DRINKS & DINING: New India Restaurant are offering a complimentary beverage with any meal purchase to all Art After Dark visitors.
ADELAIDE ROCKFORD; Spice Market Bar & Restaurant
From 5pm | 164 Hindley St
DRINKS & DINING: Happy hour priced drinks and a special Art After Dark menu in the Rockford Spice Market Bar.