Workshop is a vital aspect as it becomes a crucial part of our installation.Slow Art Collective works with a wide range of people regardless the age, gender, race.We have worked in numbers of places including National Gallery of Victoria, Artplay, Castlemaine Festival and Fun 4 kids festival in Warnnambool Art Gallery.

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Archi-Loom2 @Edendale, Eltham, Oct 2015












Archi-Loom, @Artplay, Oct2015

Archi Loom is a large 3-dimensional installation made from bamboo poles and woven materials constructed by Chaco Kato and Dylan Martorell with children at ArtPlay.  With workshop, children added their part to the structure by weaving colourful patterns with rope, wool and other materials.

 







Monday, October 19, 2015

Bamboo House Musique, @Warnambool Art Gallery, Fun 4 Kids festival, 2015 June


















Loomusika @ Castlemaine Festival 2015 March

Slow Art Collective (Chaco Kato, Dylan Martorell) Edgar Hechavarria Ricardo, students from Castlemaine Secondary College
Loomūsica is the Castlemaine State Festival’s signature arts mentorship project bringing together Slow Art Collective, Cuban artist Edgar Hechavarria Ricardo, and students from Castlemaine Secondary College. Together they will create a site-specific installation that honors the manufacturing history of the former Castlemaine Woollen Mills. Utilising re-purposed materials found on site and incorporating kinetic sculpture, robot components and basic DIY electronics, Loomūsica plays with the notions of loom and harp.