Fremantle Hidden Treasures Festival: Optical Motions

Fremantle Hidden Treasures Festival: Optical Motions

Curated by Lower Spectrum, Optical Motions is going to be something special.

By Ned Beckley AKA Lower Spectrum:

I was recently asked by PS Art Space gallery manager Tom Muller to curate a night they run for the Fremantle Hidden Treasures Festival. I curated one last year alongside Mei Saraswati and Hugo Gerani and it was great fun. This year I have been lucky enough to bring along a talented mixed bag of delights such as Koi Child, Leon Osborn and The Fremantle Women's Choir, along with Catlips and myself on the wheels of steel. It will be an evening of eclectic and forefront music.

optical motions poster

To coincide with the event, PSAS have an amazing exhibition in residence with a group of international artists ​focused on generating light and it’s everyday fusion. Hence the name of the event, Optical Motions. There will be plenty to see and hear. There will also be food served up by tropical lords C​omida Du Sol, ​who specialise in all things tasty.

When: Thursday 16 July (FB EVENT)

Where: PS Art Space // 22 Pakenham St Fremantle

Doors: 7pm // $15

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