Welcome. Welcome. Welcome.
Dear Hans Ulrich,
from John Kaldor date Tuesday, 7 April 2020 at 4:59 pm to Hans Ulrich Obrist subject Re: DO IT LETTER
Good to hear your voice!
It would be very exciting to create an Australian “Do It”,
I will discuss the idea with my team and will come back to you.
Warm regards, John
John Kaldor, Foreword
In a time of global lockdown, Kaldor Public Art Project 36: do it (australia) invited audiences to follow an artist’s instructions, enter their world and realise an artwork of their own.
This catalogue takes the hundreds of extraordinary responses created by audiences at home and presents them as the final instalment of do it (australia).
The catalogue was edited by Monique Leslie Watkins and designed by Alexander Tanazefti.
do it (australia) was co-curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist and John Kaldor, with Emily Sullivan (Curator) and Monique Leslie Watkins.
Register to order a limited-edition do it (australia) print publication, coming soon.
Bloomberg Philanthropies is committed to supporting cultural institutions and empowering artists across the physical and digital worlds. Kaldor Public Art Projects is grateful to Bloomberg Philanthropies for its support of this project, the tenth commission generously supported by Bloomberg Philanthropies.
Kaldor Public Art Projects is proud that do it (australia) is supported by founding patrons The Balnaves Foundation and Naomi Milgrom Foundation. Their long-term support has allowed Kaldor Public Art Projects to continue through its 50th anniversary and beyond.
Our Government Partners Create NSW and City of Sydney continue to provide invaluable support.
Our learning program do it (homework) is supported by the Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund.