Article: Ana Klose to stage new work in Dandenong
Artinfo artist, Anastasia Klose (see her video interview at this site) is to stage three nights of new performance work at the Walker Street Gallery in June. The gallery will also stage an exhibition of Klose's recent work. Klose's work employs modest DIY means to deliver questions about daily life, the universe and everything else through a home spun and idiosyncratic personal perspective.
The Anastasia Klose exhibition is staged as part of the Nocturne, night projection project that annually features a large projection work by Ian De Gruchy.
Accompanying Klose's performance and exhibition is a an outdoor and nightly presentation of Ka-Yin Kwok's 2005 video work, "The Lesson"
Anastasia Klose and Ka-Yin Kwok work can be see at Walker Street Gallery Dandenong from 2 - 27 June.
By David O'Halloran
David O'Halloran is an Australian visual art curator of 25 years experience working with some of the country's most important visual arts organisations including the Biennale of Sydney, the Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, Contemporary Art Services Tasmania, and the Adelaide Festival. For the Glen Eira City Council Gallery he has curated important exhibitions that surveyed the work of significant Australian artists, including Elizabeth Gower, John Dunkley-Smith, Jon Campbell, Jan Murray, Stieg Persson and Victor Mazjner. David O'Halloran fondly remembers a maxim drummed into students at art school - "you can be so open minded your brains fall out".