CLUB 4A: TROPPO GALAKTIKA PRESENTS: SALTY BITCH

From 5PM, 25 January, 2020, meet at 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art
$25 +bf. Buy tickets here

 

Club 4A returns for a third year in 2020, programmed as part of Sydney Festival. Club 4A is all about taking performance art back to the club.

 

CLUB 4A: TROPPO GALAKTIKA PRESENTS: SALTY BITCH

 

TROPPO GALAKTIKA is proud to present SALTY BITCH. Beginning at 4A we gather to move in performance procession to the club / SALTY BITCH is resistance and agitation / SALTY BITCH is sweat rimmed flavour / SALTY BITCH is stank face riding dancefloors / SALTY BITCH is cool breeze evaporation leading SALTY BITCH to invigilate on Barangaroo

 

Curated by the amazing Troppo Galaktika, as part of 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art and UNSW Galleries exhibition Wansolwara: One Salt Water, for Club 4A’s third iteration expect performances, music, dance and just the right amount of salt. Meet at 4A at 5PM on January 25 to be taken to a secret location.

 

Starting the night with new work from artist Nadeena Dixon, make sure you arrive at 4A between 5-6PM to join us as we make our way from the gallery to the club – with the location for our night-long party only released on the day!

 

Club 4A: Troppo Galaktika presents: SALTY BITCH features performances throughout the night from Seini “SistaNative” Taumoepeau, Bhenji Ra, and STELLY G, wearable art from Luna Aquatica, a visual feast from VJ Vaxxx on the club screen, soundtracked by sets from DJ Sista Agz, DJ SOVTRAX, AYEBATONYE, KILIMI + more.

 

Tickets will sell out – so get yours now here.

 

ABOUT THE ARTISTS:

Nadeena Dixon – Artist

Seini “SistaNative” Taumoepeau- OceaniaX Orator & Songwoman

Bhenji Ra – Performance Artist

STELLY G – Performance Artist

Luna Aquatica – Wearable Artist

VJ Vaxxx – VJ

 

ABOUT THE DJs:

DJ Sista Agz

DJ SOVTRAX

AYEBATONYE

KILIMI

 


ABOUT 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art
4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art fosters excellence and innovation in contemporary Asian and Australian culture through research, documentation, development, discussion and presentation of contemporary visual art. We believe that Asian cultural thinking will have an important impact on the future. 4A’s aim is to ensure contemporary visual art plays a central role in understanding the dynamic relationship between Australia and the Asia-Pacific region. 4A has a distinctive approach to addressing Australia’s cultural diversity through a dynamic program including local and international exhibitions, public programs, workshops, seminars, symposiums and community activities. These have been recognised locally and internationally as having raised awareness of Asian-Australian art and culture and Australia’s place in the Asia-Pacific region.