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Project Research and Development Documentation

New work & Skills Development

John A Douglas at the Museum of Human Disease, UNSW, 2013

John A Douglas at the Museum of Human Disease, UNSW. (Photo by Lucy Parakhina, courtesy of Performance Space)

This research blog serves as as visual diary and archive for the research and development of new work, skills development and other projects. 

All participants  will find their participation documented here.

NB:The content of this blog is highly sensitive and confidential therefore some of these posts will be password restricted and not available to the general public.

To request a password, please email me at john@johnadouglas.com.au. 

Current Projects

Physica Sacra – (working title)

Create NSW Inaugural Artist with Disability Fellowship 2017

Activities for research, project development and skills development towards the production of new work.

Project Duration: June 2017 – 2019.

Participants: Kate Scardifield, Shoufay Derz, Alejandro Rolandi, Joshua Raymond. 

Circles of Fire – Live work performance 2017/18

Ongoing Australia Council : Arts projects for individuals and groups funded 2015

Activities towards development and production of a live performance installation for Liveworks18 at Performace Space Carriageworks

Collaborators to date: Bec Dean, Sue Healey, Alejandro Rolandi, Micele Elliot, Josh Harle, Melanie Ryan.

Completed Projects

New Work Production: Circles of Fire (Variations) Two Channel Video – December 2016

NB: This project work has been  funded by an Australia Council, Arts projects for individuals and groups in 2015

New Work Reserach and Development: Circles of Fire –  December 2015

NB: This project work has been previously funded by an Australia Council, Creative Australia(new work) Creative Development grant in 2014.

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This project is supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW.

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This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.