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Ground Floor, 7 Little Miller Street
Brunswick East,
VIC 3057 Aust.

Opening Hours

Wed–Fri 12–6pm
Sat 12–4pm



Bus Projects acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the traditional owners and sovereign custodians of the land and waterways on which we work and create. We pay respect to their Elders past and present, and to all First Peoples.




Kiera Brew Kurec (Panel Discussions) Archiving the Temporal: Emanate

Accompanying Kiera Brew Kurec’s project Archiving the Temporal: Emanate, Bus Projects will be hosting a public program incorporating three panel discussions with esteemed Australian and International performance practitioners, academics and historians over the month of April. The discussions encompass ritual as a basis for performance making, ethical reinterpretation/re-performance, and methodologies in performance archiving. These talks are facilitated by Kiera Brew Kurec, generously hosted by Bus Projects and supported by the City of Yarra.

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Kiera Brew Kurec Archiving the Temporal: Emanate

Archiving the Temporal: Emanate was an intimate performance exploring the possibilities of preserving and archiving performance practice beyond photographic and video documentation. Using ritual as a framework for preservation, Archiving the Temporal: Emanate asks the audience to become custodians of the performance, then to pass on the performance beyond its original viewing and out into the wider community. The performance will be accompanied by a series of online discussions which have been generously supported by the City of Yarra small project grants.

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Arini Byng, Sean Dockray, Tamsen Hopkinson, Steven Rhall, Jacqui Shelton, Fayen d'Evie, Public Office Means, of Production

Means, of Production is an experiment in building open-source software in an open dialog with a group of artists, in order to try and expand the idea of how artworks can live and evolve in the peer-to-peer space. It is a collaborative project between Bus Projects, Public Officeand six Melbourne-based artists. Funded as a result of Covid-19, initially the ideas sprung from an obvious lack of tools for making art works solely for an ephemeral, digital space. That’s what we hope to shift through this process.

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Jemi Gale ‘True Colours’ catalogue launch

Please join us at Bus Projects this Saturday 10th April, 3.30-5.30pm, for the ‘True Colours’ catalogue launch. There will be performances by En.V, Fimo, and a secret guest.

Alongside a community feast, ‘For The Love of Leftovers’, the epilogue to F.O.C.U.S. In the interest of keeping a waste-free practice, Alisa Tanaka-King will be cooking up the leftover ingredients from F.O.C.U.S and will be hosting an open event for the local community, promoting sustainability and communal eating. All are welcome!

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Byron Dean Three Retracings, POLYCENTRE

‘Three Retracings’ is a sound publication that explores a process of returning, retracing and re-listening in urban space. Recorded periodically across three and a half years in Narrm Melbourne, Kaifeng and Suzhou; nine compositions form a set of sonic relations between neighbourhoods undergoing urban transformation in Australia and China. Placing three accumulative listenings in conversation across these contexts, the publication interrogates the contentious role of the field recordist as an itinerant documenter, archive-maker, visitor and tourist.

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