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Exhibitions

Phantasmagoria - Free Arts Festival in Alpine National Park

23 Apr 2017, 29 Apr 2017, 30 Apr 2017

Phantasmagoria is a free site-responsive festival produced by the Bogong Centre for Sound Culture that reimagines Bogong Village, located in the foothills of Victoria’s stunning Alpine National Park.

Based around the concept of ‘phantasmagoria’ – a sequence of images like that seen in a dream – this illuminating project comprises performances, exhibitions and artist talks over the weekend of Friday 7 April to Sunday 9 April, followed by a legacy exhibition of video and sound works open each weekend from 15 April until 30 April (inclusive).

Curated by Madelynne Cornish and Philip Samartzis – co-founders of the Bogong Centre for Sound Culture – Phantasmagoria distorts Bogong Village and transforms it into a world of shadows, murmurs and dreams. The festival uses contemporary art practices to create illusion and spectacle, tracing the vanishing individuals and communities that have marked the alpine region.

The festival arises from over 70 artist residencies that have taken place in the region since 2010, all funded by Cornish and Samartzis through the Bogong Centre for Sound Culture.

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Facilities:
  • Café
  • Car park
  • Non smoking establishment
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking
  • Public toilet
  • Restaurant - licensed
Entry cost:

Free Entry

Memberships:
  • Meetings and Events Australia