ADRIFT Exhibition Opens at Gang Gang Gallery

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ADRIFT
4-28 November
JILLIAN CULEY, CAROLYN DANCE, KAYLENE BROOKS and MICHIYO MIWA
Adrift is a collaborative exhibition focused on the amazing array of twisted, burnt, dented, discoloured and gnarled wood that gets washed onto the shores every day. Every piece has its own personality, and has been shaped by its journey through storms, currents, tides and bushfires.
Whatever happens in this universe as far as we know, everything is transient. We, humans (animals), plants, and the environment at large constantly change and are shaped by forces that remain unknown. In the midst of this universal flow, we simply try to capture and present what we witness in the world around us at that moment of time.
OPENING EVENT – Saturday 6th from 2pm
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4-28 November GANG GANG gallery

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GARY DALEY & JAMES GREENING
NOVEMBER 14th
Two of Australia’s most respected musicians, James Greening, trombone and pocket trumpet & Gary Daley, pianist and accordionist, have joined forces to bring an amalgam of original compositions, classical, jazz and improv.
After decades as sought after sidemen in projects like ‘The Catholics’, as well as leading their own projects, these two renowned musicians have discovered a deep joy in making music together. Both Daley and Greening relish the freedom, intimacy and transparency of the duo which is perhaps one of the most exposed types of performance. Their musical dialogue is about unmasking, connection and freedom.
Audiences respond with great enthusiasm to their performances.
Greening’s performing and recording credits put him in the company of some Australia’s all time greatest contemporary musicians. “Greening’s trombone has the delicious plumpness of a ripe mango. The Sad bits and the funny bits become jumbled, and there can be no higher praise.” – John Shand, The Sydney Morning Herald.
Daley’s playing has been described as “exquisite”, – John Shand SMH, and his composition for large ensemble, Sanctuary, drew the following response……