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BLEED 2022: Biennial Live Event in the Everyday Digital

29 August – 25 September 2022 

BLEED – a Biennial Live Event in the Everyday Digital – features contemporary arts commissions across multiple IRL and digital platforms. In 2022 we consider the potential and problems of borders. We explore the sites of intersection between and within humans, technology, media, history and nationhood, and our emotional, physical and digital geographies. In 2022, BLEED takes place across three cities, online and in person, from 29 August – 25 September. 


BLEED Opening Event at C-A-C
Friday 2 September, 5pm – 8pm

Join us to celebrate the opening week of BLEED – a Biennial Live Event in the Everyday Digital at C-A-C. This will be the first of only two BLEED onsite activations at C-A-C where you will be able to experience C-A-C’s commissioned works in person.    

Gather with us as the sun sets and imagery of the sky captured throughout Western Sydney is projected onto Campbelltown Arts Centre’s facade for Jodie Whalen’s immersive video installation Endless Blue Edge. Experience the audio-visual installation, Sap by Chun Yin Rainbow Chan 陳雋然, which pays homage to the legendary Taiwanese singer, Teresa Teng and karaoke culture. The distinction between physical and digital objects and places will blur when you experience the AR (Augmented Reality) Wedge-tailed Eagle and accompanying video work for you can never touch your shadow by Dean Cross.

 Visitors will also be able to attend artist talks to delve deeper into the works and the themes of BLEED 2022. 

This event is free to attend and bookings are not required. Light refreshments will be available and you can purchase drinks at the pop-up bar. 

BLEED Closing Event at C-A-C
Friday 23 September, 5pm – 8pm

BLEED – a Biennial Live Event in the Everyday Digital has come and gone, and so we celebrate. This is the final chance to experience the C-A-C commissioned works, Endless Blue Edge by Jodie Whalen, Sap  by Chun Yin Rainbow Chan 陳雋然, and you can never touch your shadow by Dean Cross IRL as part of the BLEED afterhours activations at C-A-C.  

BLEED artist and celebrated musician, Chun Yin Rainbow Chan 陳雋然, will play a DJ set into the night. There will be a range of art activities for all ages to enjoy. You can grab a drink or try the special BLEED cocktail from the pop-up bar, or get a bite to eat from the food truck.  

This event is free to attend and bookings are not required.  

Sensory Pack
For Ages 5-12

Kids attending the BLEED closing event will be able to engage with the BLEED artworks and activations with your very own sensory pack! Inside you will find everything you need to experience the artworks ‘Endless Blue Edge’ by Jodie Whalen, ‘Sap 濕’ by Chun Yin Rainbow Chan 陳雋然, and ‘you can never touch your shadow’ by Dean Cross, including glow sticks, cellophane, origami, stickers and more!


Accessibility

C-A-C is a wheelchair accessible venue, and a Quiet Space is available at these events should it be needed. These events will be Auslan Interpreted, and recorded Audio Descriptions of the works Endless Blue Edge by Jodie Whalen, Sap  by Chun Yin Rainbow Chan 陳雋然, and you can never touch your shadow by Dean Cross will be available at C-A-C or online via the BLEED website. If you have further questions or access requirements, please call Front of House on 02 4645 4100 to discuss.  

Check out the three works commissioned and presented by Campbelltown Arts Centre as part of BLEED 2022 below.

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BLEED (Biennial Live Event in the Everyday Digital) was conceived by Campbelltown City Council through Campbelltown Arts Centre, and The City of Melbourne through Arts House. BLEED 2022 is produced and presented by Campbelltown City Council through Campbelltown Arts Centre, and City of Melbourne through Arts House, Taipei Performing Arts Center and Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei. 

BLEED has been supported by the Taiwan Ministry of Culture and Cultural Division, Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Sydney. 

 

 

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