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Magnesite Norway
A Giddiness Best Left Unsaid
Moon Piercer
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“In the pre-scientific conception of the body of the late classical and medieval periods, the body is seen as both open to and in complex interchange with manifold external influences, agencies, and energies, natural, divine, and demonic.”

Steven Connor, Dumbstruck: A Cultural History of Ventriloquism.
Mark

Support Material - Kusum Normoyle.




7.X, by HVISKE (Kusum Normoyle techno duo)





Video material:
Magnesite Norway, (2018) 2 minute excerpt.


Solid (Loud) Matter (2018), 4 min excerpt. Will to Form: Activated, co-presented by the TarraWarra Museum of Art and Melbourne International Arts Festival 2018.





Tensions Sets (2013) #4 of 6 channel video installation, Primavera: Young Australian Artsists, 2013, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney.


Images:



Kusum Normoyle, Solid (Loud) Matter - 2, Borderlands, Dark Mofo 2019.

Solid (Loud) Matter 2018, performance still Will to Form: Activated, TarraWarra Museum of Art and Melbourne International Arts Festival.



Magnesite Norway, (2018) installation view, TarraWarra Biennial 2018: From Will to Form.



A Giddiness Best Left Unsaid (2018), performance installation by Ella Barlcay with Kusum Normoyle, Brian Fuata, for SOFT CENTRE 2018, Casula Powerhouse Museum.



A Giddiness Best Left Unsaid (2018), performance installation by Ella Barlcay with Kusum Normoyle, Brian Fuata, for SOFT CENTRE 2018, Casula Powerhouse Museum.



Video still, Accord With Air: Tjentiste (2012).


 Kusum Normoyle, Dark MOFO & RedBull Music, (2016).


Moon Piecer (2017), Kusum Normoyle, installation view, Redlands Konica Minolta Art Prize, National Art School Gallery.

Tension Sets (2013), Kusum Normoyle, installation view Primavera: Young Australian Artists, Museum of Contemporary Art.