Daily we undertake dozens of different roles and tasks. Dr Adam's research and the research he partnered with Deakin University on showed that what we do in this transitional gap (The Third Space) has a huge impact on our happiness, performance and balance. The research also showed that all too often we carry the mindset and emotional state from one activity to the next – leading to negative and occasionally disastrous consequences.
Lisa Hosokawa's insight:
Conceptualizing moment of transition (time) as space for letting go and switching focus.
"Sociological termed "third spaces" are spaces that break through the dualistic scheme of bourgeois spatial structure with places to live and places to work (plus places for spare time activities). They represent an integrative way that refuses to accept a lifestyle which is formed through such a structure. This means they can come to cooperative and non-repressive ways of working on e.g. technical problems that may result in new and innovative solutions. And that's exactly where Adorno's "Wrong Life" could slip in too. The Capitalist system is a highly adaptable entity. And so it isn't surprising that alternative spaces and forms of living provided interesting ideas that could be milked and marketed. So certain structural features of these "indie" movement outputs were suddenly highly acclaimed, applied and copy-pasted into capitalist developing laboratories. These qualities fit best into the tendency in which -- by the end of the seventies -- bourgeois society started to update and re-launch using the experiences gained through countercultural projects. Mainstream harvested the knowledge that was won in these projects and used it."
Third Space Gallery is an interdisciplinary and exhibition and performance roving interstices space committed to representing local, regional and national professional contemporary artists.
Third Space will highlight the work of emerging and established artists who cross disciplines and boundaries in their examinations of contemporary culture.
For the Artist(s):
To present work that is exploratory, challenging and critical in nature.To present work that questions and confronts social and political agendas.To present work that may not be commercially viable.To provide a standard of excellence.To encourage exploratory and hybrid curatorial practices.To develop creative partnerships and collaborations.To be treated in a fair and professional manner.To be remunerated based on CAR/FAC payment schedules
For the Public:
To be an open, inviting and inclusive space; everyone is welcome.To ensure a variety of educational and community-sensitive programming.
Lisa Hosokawa's insight:
Third space as experimental, educational, and not totally commodified space.
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