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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 Wurundjeri and Boonwurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we operate.

We offer our respect to Elders both past and present and extend this offer to all Australian First Nations people.

FLASHnight: Insufficient Therapy Dance (part 1)

Andrew Treloar

30 July 2018–30 July 2018

Insufficient Therapy Dance is the first of a multi-instance work dislocated into 4 parts. On this occasion, a fluctuating cast of performers will split their actions into private and public – two arenas of semi-contained experience. As they perform movement and therapeutic practices to varying degrees of fiction, acousmatic elements play with the already-existing temporal drag.

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  • Andrew Treloar is an artist working between contemporary art, dance and fashion design. He develops his projects and hosts others in his purpose-built studio in Brunswick. Andrew develops extensive collaborative relationships with artists and choreographers such as Henry Jock Walker, Jo Lloyd and Shian Law. He is currently in development with Harrison Hall for The Venusian Slip, to be presented at Melbourne Fringe in 2018. In 2015 he was nominated for a Green Room Award for Lillian Steiner and Leah Landau’s BUNKER and 2015 saw a collaboration on two dance films with Lachlan Prior of the Royal New Zealand Ballet: Mint Condition and Outlier, which was voted runner-up in Denmark’s 60 Second Dance Festival. In 2017-18, Andrew contributed on costumes and art direction to Home, the final segment of Gold Coast Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony, choreographed by Dancenorth’s Kyle Page. He completed a Masters in Fine Art by Research in 2014 at University of Melbourne, Faculty of Fine Arts and Music (VCA) studying interrelationships between training and conditioning practices in dance and sport to generate processes for making art works Since his last exhibition at KINGS Artist-Run in 2012, has shown work in Conduit Arts, The Substation, Tarpspace in Broome and McLelland Gallery and Sculpture Park where he won the Mary and Lou Sennini Award - TEXTILES. Andrew’s multi-space exhibition Porous Space. Simultaneous Event unfolded between West Space, Bus Projects and Artshouse North Melbourne Town Hall in March 2015.