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Kings Artist-Run provides a location for contemporary art practice, supporting distinctive experimental projects by artists at all stages of their careers.
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KINGS Artist Run acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we operate.

We offer our respect to Elders both past and present of the Kulin Nation and extend this offer to all Australian First Nations people

FLASH NIGHT #2 – FAILEO DIET

Alissa Tothpel
Antonia Pantazis
Hayley van Ree

All Spaces
27 Feb 2017–27 Feb 2017
Opening

Have a big heapin’ bowl of crispy lil’ FeariOs!
Start your day on the wrong foot with a healthy dose of failure and concern.
Stay stuck in your head as you live your faileo lifestyle and tell yourself once more that you will never get anywhere in life.
FeariOs are fun for the whole family! Sit around and laugh at your hard lives on your strict faileo diets.
Eat FeariOs by the bowlful!
FeariOs are proud to sponsor Hayley van Ree’s curated night at Kings ARI. Come on down and see fear in all its forms celebrated and emphasised.
Remind yourself that being afraid of almost anything is something we can all laugh at and enjoy.

ARTISTS
Hayley van Ree
Antonia Pantazis
Alissa Tothpel

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FLASH NIGHT is an experimental, temporary and site specific series that incorporates live performance, music, screenings and critical commentary. These one-night-only happenings are an opening and closing in one; an exhibition; an event; a spectacle.

  • Hayley van Ree uses her body and the objects around her to express her lowbrow philosophies. In doing this she is generally accepted as an artist, or possibly some sort of conceptual fashionista. If these labels allow her to continue exploring the world through object, body and fabric in some way then she is happy to have them. She usually locates the products of this philosophising and exploration in the environment of the night club or festival. High-energy environments often not specifically designed for anything which can be classified as ‘art’, although they welcome and accommodate it. Hayley tends to work in this capacity as she does not believe in occupying a quiet or elitist space for critical artistic, visionary or profound discourse. Instead she is of the belief that the more we normalise this kind of conversation the quicker, as a species, we might evolve our thoughts and beliefs.

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