Sebastian Goldspink turns underground into Alaska Projects

On last night’s episode of Something Else, Julia and Ira spoke to Sebastian Goldspink, founder and director of Alaska Projects, a Sydney based artist run initiative established to turn the city’s unused or disused spaces into functional art sites.

Podcast is now available here 

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Currently housed in the underground space of a Kings Cross car park, Alaska celebrates diversity in artistic expression and hosts an eclectic program of contemporary art ranging across photography, installation, film, performance art, dance, music, etc.

Central to Alaska’s ethos is the provision of space, at no financial cost, to artists as well as unrestrained creativity in how they use and alter the space for their work.

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MUSIC PLAYED ON THE SHOW:
11’40” – Scales and Interjections by Lachlan Hughes. Performed by Alaska Orchestra.
21’08” – #2 by Half High (album Suspension available here)

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