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Flight of Fancy
Sydney Festival First Night 2010

Apr 4th, 2011No Comments

Tendril Productions production managed ‘Flight of Fancy’, an art installation produced by 107 Projects as part of Sydney Festival First Night 2010. Designed to complement the Indian themed performance program in Hyde Park North the project saw the 107 Project’s team convert the grand old trees of Hyde Park into Indian gods with fighting kites extending the theme into the canopies. Additionally, 107 Projects created a set of decorative, Indian-themed umbrellas that were used as on-stage sun protection for the children’s performance program.

Creative team: 107 Projects including Michelle McCosker, Jess Cook, Kali Reid and Jesse Cox

Production manager: Alasdair Nicol

Phography © 2010 Alasdair Nicol

 

Phography © 2010 Alasdair Nicol

 

Phography © 2010 Alasdair Nicol

 

Phography © 2010 Alasdair Nicol

 

Phography © 2010 Alasdair Nicol

Chalk Urban Art Festival
2008-2010

Apr 4th, 2011No Comments

Now in its seventh year, the Chalk Urban Art Festival is focused around a four day chalk art competition for local, interstate and overseas artists. Originally based in Sydney’s Darling Harbour the event now runs along Church Street in Parramatta. Since Tendril Productions commenced site and production managing the event it has also incorporated live music, dj’s, artist talks, community workshops, performance evenings, exhibitions, a body art competition, market stalls, food & beverage stall and a wearable art show.

Creative direction: Zest Events

Production & site management: Alasdair Nicol (Tendril Productions)

Performance and talks producer: Jess Cook

Chalk Urban Art Festival 2008

Chalk Urban Art Festival. Photography © 2008 Alasdair Nicol


Chalk Urban Art Festival 2008

Chalk Urban Art Festival. Photography © 2008 Alasdair Nicol


Chalk Urban Art Festival 2008

Chalk Urban Art Festival. Photography © 2008 Alasdair Nicol

I ♥ Kings Cross
Art & About 2009

Apr 4th, 2011No Comments

‘I ♥ Kings Cross’ by Reef Knot was a community-focused art project commissioned by City of Sydney as part of Art & About 2009 and installed across multiple locations in Sydney’s Kings Cross. The project entailed the co-ordination of approximately 25 knitting workshops, co-ordination of six local business partners and a grass-roots publicity campaign. The resulting artwork displayed the creative contributions of over 200 participants from children through to senior citizens, naval officers to architects. ‘I ♥ Kings Cross’ was the recipient of the 2009 Sydney Music Arts & Culture award for ‘Remixing the City’.

Creative director: Michelle McCosker

Producer, production manager: Alasdair Nicol (Tendril Productions)

Ficus, Fitzroy Gardens. Photography © 2009 Matthew Venables.


Fitzroy Gardens knits. Photography © 2009 Matthew Venables.


I Heart Kings Cross

I Heart Kings Cross police station. Photoraphy © 2009 Matthew Venables.


Fitzroy Garden palms. Photography © 2009 Matthew Venables.


Installing ficus, Fitzroy Gardens. Photography © 2009 Matthew Venables.


Martin Peacock installing knits in trees. Photography © 2009 Matthew Venables.

The Sky is Falling!
Live Lanes: By George! 2008

Apr 4th, 2011No Comments

A collaborative multi-arts installation by Reef Knot commissioned by City of Sydney as part of Live Lanes: By George! (2008 – 2009). The work was installed above the traffic line of Angel Place in the Sydney CBD. It featured a series of custom-designed inflatables suspending sculptures made from recycled materials and a multi-channel audio installation. Remaining installed throughout January, the work provided a backdrop for Sydney Festival First Night’s Uber Lingua stages.

Creative director: Michelle McCosker

Creative producer, production manager: Alasdair Nicol (Tendril Productions)

Artists: Michelle McCosker, Jesse Cox, Kirsten Bradley, Kate Burns, Louisa Dawson, Jim McVicar, Luke Crouch, Chris Hancock, Sofie Loizou

The Sky is Falling! Photography © 2008 Michelle McCosker

 

The Sky is Falling

The Sky is Falling! Photography © 2008 Matthew Venables.

 

The Sky is Falling

The Sky is Falling! Photography © 2008 Matthew Venables.

The Hills Hoist
Peats Ridge Festival 2005-2008

Apr 4th, 2011No Comments

From 2005 to 2008 the assorted creative forces who would become 107 Projects ran The Hills Hoist precinct at Peats Ridge Festival. Encompassing hand-crafted scenic decor, music and theatre performances, workshops, sculpture gardens, markets and food & beverage, the precinct’s location next to the river provided a relaxing retreat full of alluring creativity.

Producer & production manager: Alasdair Nicol (Tendril Productions)

Producer: Kali Reid

Programming: Michelle McCosker, Jess Cook, Chris Hancock, Alasdair Nicol

Creative direction for scenic decor: Michelle McCosker, Kali Reid, Jamie Gerlach, Jesse Cox

The Hills Hoist

The Hills Hoist. Photography © 2008 Matthew Venables


B Calandra in The Hills Hoist

B Calandra on stage at The Hills Hoist. Photography © 2006 Matthew Venables

 

The Hills Hoist crowd

Crowd in The Hills Hoist. Photography © 2006 Matthew Venables

 

The Hills Hoist flower cushion screen

Scenic decor in The Hills Hoist. Photography © 2006 Matthew Venables

 

Sharnie Shield installation at The Hills Hoist

Site specific sculptural installation by Sharnie Shield in The Hills Hoist Sculpture Garden. Photography © 2006 Matthew Venables

 

Pulptry at The Hills Hoist

Pulptry (sculpure poetry) installation by Token Imagaination at The Hills Hoist. Photography © 2008 Matthew Venables

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