27 June 2019
Join artist Sebastian Moody as he discusses his practice and newly-commissioned temporary public artwork, Seeing.
Moody’s work is the inaugural IMA Belltower Façade Projection, visible after dark on the façade of the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts. Somewhere between a list and poem, Seeing is comprised entirely of six letter words intended to create moments of contemplation on Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley.
Moody will be joined by his collaborator, designer Sai Karlen, who will discuss the process of working together to animate and bring to life this kinetic typography projection.
Don’t miss your chance to hear about Moody’s practice, which often engages with busy urban environments, as well as the technical process of this unique collaboration.
Sebastian Moody is a conceptual artist whose characteristic text works speak to the general public as messages in communal transitionary spaces, such as vehicular underpasses and building walls. Memorable as mantras or philosophical propositions, they offer moments of pause and contemplation. He is represented by Onespace Gallery, Brisbane
Sebastian Moody lives and works in Brisbane. Moody’s projects and presentations have appeared at the New York Art Book Fair, Semi-Permanent Sydney, Brisbane International Airport, Bus Projects, Mild Manners, Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Next Wave Festival, Linden Contemporary Art Space, Bundaberg Arts Centre, Queensland Art Gallery, Museum of Brisbane, The Goodwill Bridge, The Queensland University of Technology Art Museum, and Southbank Parklands. He received a Master of Museum Studies from the University of Queensland in 2009 and holds a Bachelor of Visual Arts from Queensland University of Technology.