24 June 2018

Open 11am-5pm, Friday - Sunday, 29 June- 8 July
Opening event Saturday 30 June 3-5pm  



No Trespassing begins a series of four exhibitions exploring the theme of navigation. 

Navigation draws together artists and writers who explore the navigation of urban space. Approaches include the articulation of space with the body, walking and mapping projects, explorations of way-finding and navigational aids, and interrogation of the divide between public and private space. The series as a whole explores the way navigation and movement not only explores but also defines space, physical and metaphorical, personal and public. Molly Wagner's No Trespassing, with writer Sasanki Tenakoon,
 is the first in this series. 

Nadia Odlum
Navigation curator


Molly Wagner No Trespassing 2018

No Trespassing: the art and politics of walking in New South Wales is a process-based art project in which I walk the roads, highways and footpaths between Sydney and (eventually) Bathurst, New South Wales. The title highlights my sense of trespassing into lands and stories despite my practice of walking in public places and pedestrian zones, e.g. footpaths, the shoulder of the road, tracks and stories published for general access. I activate and share the historical and contemporary stories of these roads as a ‘Pedestrian Artist.’ My artworks are how I transform the roads into places rather than blurred images glimpsed through the windows of a speeding car. My walks are artistic and political acts that resist and confound contemporary habits of speed, spectacle, paranoia and consumption. 

I want to acknowledge and pay my respects to the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the lands on which I walk, on which I trespass.

Molly Wagner








20 June 2018

DE QUINCEY CO presents PLATFORM 2018

a collection of short performances, artworks and extraordinary music by DE QUINCEY CO 


Saturday & Sunday 23 & 24 JUNE 3.30pm


ARTISTS:  Karen Cummings, Stella Chen, Tess de Quincey, Suzan Doumit, Jacques Emery, Martin Fox, Peter Fraser, Ryuichi Fujimura, Raghav Handa, Linda Luke, Audrey McAllister, James McAllister, Farangis Nawroozi, Raynen O’Keefe, Georgie Read, Vsevolod Vlaskine, Toni Warburton, Gary Warner, Digby Webster and Marcus Whale.

Join us for the next instalment of short works forged in the interdisciplinary meetings of established and emergent artists, the fresh blood of Sydney and Melbourne...

PLATFORM 2018 uses all levels of Articulate, and each day presents the same program.

see images

Places are limited so BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL
Tickets $15 book HERE

Curated by Linda Luke, Marcus Whale  and Tess de Quincey

photo: Vsevolod Vlaskine






The project is supported by funding from the Inner West Council