Paul Gazzola & Nadia Cusimano in association with PlanB

Paul Gazzola is an artist and curator working in the expanded field of contemporary performance, sculpture and scenographic design. His extensive practice over the last 20 plus years has generated an innovative array of projects across visual art, performance, architecture, dance, design, installation, video and theory that explore the relationship between the body, site, place and the built form. These works for stages, galleries, museums, site-specific settings and print have been commissioned and presented in Australia and internationally. Recent curatorial projects include: TEMPORARY DEMOCRACIES - Campbelltown Arts Centre, ADHOCRACY and PLACELab. Current projects include Temporary Art Gallery and Collectors/Collections in regional South Australia plus a large-scale installation premiered in 2015 as part of the Mons, European City of Culture.

Nadia Cusimano has being working across dance, performance, theatre and dramaturgy for the past 20 years creating projects that have seen her at the forefront of international contemporary performance practices. She was the assistant director to Chiara Guidi (Company Raffaello Sanzio) on Jack and the Beanstalk and in 2102 participated in the Carclew/ Onkaparinga Council Express Way Arts program. She was co-author of Insideout for the Graz Cultural Capital, and is a guest lecturer at the Department of Exhibition-Museum studies in Austria. She has created works at the Performance Space - Sydney, Perth International Arts Festival and at ArtsHouse, Melbourne. Current projects include Temporary Art Gallery (booklet and ongoing project), COLLECTORS/COLLECTIONS - Waikerie and the large-scale project, PUBLIC INN for Mons - European City of Culture, 2015.

plan b are the artists Sophia New and Daniel Belasco Rogers. We make performance workdurational work, participatory projects, locative media and audio projects and exhibit the outcomes of our data collection activities (including our GPS traces over a number of years). Read some more detail here.


An experimental mapping project utilising game play as a social strategy of engagement. This project part of the TRACES gallery exposition Program


An experimental mapping project, utilising game play as a social strategy of engagement. This project part of the PASSAGES mobile performance Program