François Chaignaud & César Vayssié, The Sweetest Choice (still) (2015), single-channel HD video projection. Courtesy the artists and AFE, Paris.

Sophie Hyde with Restless Dance Theatre, To Look Away (still) (2015), installation view, 24 Frames Per Second, ACE Open, five single-channel videos with dual sound. Courtesy the artist, Closer Productions and Restless Dance Theatre. Photograph: Sia Duff.

Latai Taumoepeau & Elias Nohra, Repatriate (still) (2015), installation view, 24 Frames Per Second, ACE Open, five-channel HD video. Courtesy the artists. Photograph: Sia Duff.

24 Frames Per Second, exhibition view, ACE Open. Photograph: Sia Duff

Alison Currie, I Can Relate (still) (2015), installation view, 24 Frames Per Second, ACE Open, single-channel HD video projection on sculpted screen. Courtesy the artist and Insite Arts. Photograph: Sia Duff.

26 May—1 July, 2017

François Chaignaud & César Vayssié (FRA), Alison Currie (SA), Sophie Hyde in collaboration with Restless Dance Theatre (SA), Angelica Mesiti (AUS/FRA), Latai Taumoepeau & Elias Nohra (NSW), Christian Thompson (Bidjara/AUS/UK)

Opening:

Thursday 25 May, 5pm
Free

Opening remarks:

Liz Nowell CEO, ACE Open and Michelle Ryan, Artistic Director, Restless Dance Theatre

Access:
  • Wheelchair Access

Encounter the exhilarating physicality of dance as it is presented on screen in 24 Frames Per Second, a dynamic and ambitious exhibition exploring the nexus between film, dance and the visual arts.

Originally commissioned by Carriageworks over three years, this presentation platforms artists working at the forefront of experimental and cross-disciplinary practice: from intimate expression to shared ritual, classical aesthetic to cultural heritage, and studio space to spectacular landscape.

Don’t miss Physical Forces, three days of genre-bending dance programs celebrating the opening of 24 Frames Per Second, 25-27 May.

This project was commissioned by Carriageworks and assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.