After Dark returns on 30 June to celebrate the third artwork in Sydney Living Museums' Hyde Park Barracks Annual Art Commission - Boundary Conditions, by internationally renowned artist Daniel Crooks.
Presented on a giant monolithic screen hovering in the forecourt of the Barracks, the installation is an ambitious new video work that seamlessly weaves together an alternate world of disparate spaces and non-linear time.
Delve into the time-spliced, fragmented digital world of Daniel Crooks. View his fascinating installation and enjoy an associated program that will take you on a visual and sonic journey.
Listen to a captivating talk featuring Daniel Crooks and Adam Lindsay, Chief Executive Officer of Sydney Living Museums, which will focus on Crooks's artistic practice and process.
Composer and creator of the Boundary Conditions soundscape, Byron Scullin, curates a line-up of heavy hitters from the experimental music and sound art world who will perform across the site. Artists featured include Chris Abrahams, Clare Cooper, Robbie Avenaim, Gail Priest, Alex White and Nina Buchanan.
Try your hand at electronic music production with drop-in workshops facilitated by Hack Sounds in partnership with 107 Presents and Carlin McClellan from Play Anything. Hack Sounds educates and supports new music creation by beginners and emerging creators.
Note: This is an outdoor event and will proceed in wet weather, except in extreme conditions. Please dress appropriately.