‘As much structurally as it is in nature, Serial Space is profoundly unprepossessing. It is a receptive and open platform for the values – experimentation, fluidity – of those who choose to invest, and so has the potential to fill and transform with whatever energy and initiative people throw at it.‘ – Millie Stein
Serial Space is a collective made up of five artists dedicated to providing a platform for non-traditional art practices and artists who undertake ambitious, non-commercial and experimental projects. Serial Space is a form of praxis for the directors; it is a collective, a space, and a community. The artforms that Serial Space support are (but not limited to) sound art, experimental music, electronic art, new media art, and performance art. The Serial Space collective aims to support non-traditional practices and artists who undertake ambitious, non-commercial and experimental projects through the curation of fluid and dynamic events including performances, artist talks, debates, improvisational events, screenings, workshops, show & tells, exhibitions and residencies.
In September 2012, Serial Space will change direction. The collective will undertake a series of independent residencies and research endeavours. During this time will also cut our ties to our particular space on 33 Wellington St and we look forward to starting up again February 2013 in a whole new way.
The Serial Space collective are: Tom Smith, Jennifer Hamilton, Kate Blackmore, Pia van Gelder and Frances Barrett.
Serial Space is supported by the NSW Government through Arts NSW.