Brick Veneer Belvedere. (Savour Labour)
Savour Labour is a new, multi-perspectival spatial environment or Hebi-tat by the artist Gary Carsley and the architect Renjie Teoh. Developed principally around the historical collection of the relics of the rituals and ceremonies of organised labour, held by Trades Hall in Sydney.
Savour Labour also includes several of the Arthitect’s new sculptures and a shaped draguetteotype as reference points for their object specific spatial illusion.
Savour Labour is accompanied by a soundscape from composer Louise Loh and a plurality of contextualising wall notes by writer, broadcaster and sound artist Daniel Browning and, the fanners of the flames of intergenerational memory, Pirie and Neale Towart.
Savour Labour continues the Arthitect’s commitment to collaboration as a way to build new communities and to ceremony and ritual as unpoliced sites of resistance to the inequalities produced by the transactional economy.