George Catsi and Anne Kwasner collaborate on installation work - together established and run Kimbo Studios in Leichhardt, Sydney that inhabits an old but once celebrated Italian restaurant.
Upcoming work includes a successful grant for a multi-media installation and performance work called E-Quality Marriage - a performance/visual art project exploring marriage equality and quality. Set amongst the bridal shops on Parramatta Rd the performance/installation will dialogue with the dresses on display whilst dialoguing on what does equality actually mean and have we ever had it.
2016 their installation work was at Hidden Rookwood Sculpture Prize.
In 2015 their series “Stratum” (installation / sculpture) has been a North Sydney Art Prize finalists, Shoalhaven Contemporary Art Prize finalists, Rookwood Cemetery ‘Hidden” Sculpture prize finalists and Sculpture in the Vines.
2006 Are We There Yet? Installation with soundscape (with Anne Kwasner) Newington Armoury
George Catsi is an award winning producer, writer, performer and artist and can be contacted on email@example.com
His installation art and projection work counterpoint place and space. He enjoys displacing people through humour or juxtaposed imagery – a preacher at an arts festival backgrounded by cows; using medical scans of cancer as images of colour and beauty, whimsical use of maps conjuring up memory, suitcases filled with objects alluding to remnants of memory.
As well as the collaborations with Anne Kwasner his projection / performance installations have selected for BEAMS Art and Light festival Chippendale 2013 + 2015.
2007 - Trouble Within - installation encompassing video projection and soundscape. Bunker B (ammunitions), Great Escape Festival Newington Armoury Sydney Trouble Within video
He was Australian winner of the Kit Denton Fellowship for courage and excellence in performance writing for his play I Want to Be Slim - Gods Cowboys