OVER TEN SUMMER NIGHTS, MELBOURNE’S LARGEST PRESENTATION OF CONTEMPORARY ART AND DESIGN SETS THE SCENE FOR A PARTY NOT TO BE MISSED.
Surrounding new, exciting and thought-provoking work by over 100 artists and designers from 32 countries, Triennial EXTRA brings together a ten-night festival of dance performance, guest DJs, pop-up bars, architecture, food and conversation.
Full program to be announced mid-December.
PRESENTED BY ANDREW McCONNELL
Experience the evocative smells, contemporary tastes and playful surrounds of Supernormal Natsu (Japanese for ‘summer’) as award-winning Melbourne chef and restaurateur Andrew McConnell (Cumulus Inc., Cutler & Co, Supernormal) resides at NGV’s Garden Restaurant for a good time (not a long time) during Triennial EXTRA. In a nod to Supernormal’s pan-Asian roots, the menu will celebrate the abundant produce of the season presented through a collection of new and exciting dishes exclusive to Natsu.
Receive a 10% discount for lunch bookings.
LUNCH AND DINNER BOOKINGS
Kick off each night of Triennial EXTRA with a lineup of summer party DJ sets in the NGV Garden, Melbourne’s favourite backyard.
Fri 19 Jan
Miami Horror DJ Set | Jess Cornelius (Teeth & Tongue) DJ Set
Sat 20 Jan
Quan & Ben (Regurgitator) DJ Set | Gold Class DJ Set
Sun 21 Jan
Dan Kelly & Declan Kelly DJ Set | Dan Sultan DJ Set
Mon 22 Jan
Saskwatch DJ Set | Jae Laffer (The Panics) & Alex Markwell (The Delta Riggs) DJ Set
Tue 23 Jan
Midnight Juggernauts DJ Set | Fraser A Gorman DJ Set
Wed 24 Jan
The Jungle Giants DJ Set | Adalita & Mary Mihelakos DJ Set
Thu 25 Jan
Eliza Wolfgramm (The Avalanches) DJ Set | Tex Perkins DJ Set
Fri 26 Jan
GL DJ Set | Cloud Control DJ Set
Sat 27 Jan
Big Scary DJ Set | DJs Hashish and Liquor (Dave Graney & Clare Moore)
Sun 28 Jan
Nina Las Vegas | No Zu DJ Set
PRESENTED BY CHUNKY MOVE
Internationally acclaimed dance company Chunky Move presents a dance takeover of NGV Triennial. Curated by Chunky Move Artistic Director Anouk van Dijk, Accumulation introduces five new performance works created by Anouk van Dijk, Antony Hamilton, Prue Lang and Thomas E.S Kelly. Performed amongst artworks in NGV Triennial, consecutive performances take audiences on a unique experience of the exhibition through dance.
Ron Mueck’s largest installation to date, Mass, 2017, uncovers the human condition to breathtaking effect. Mueck’s 100 large-scale sculptures of the human skull surround performers who reveal the complex and emotional depths of being human. Featuring Bell Shakespeare, chamber choir Polyphonic Voices and award-wining author, Alice Pung.
Take in current ideas about far-reaching topics that impact us all. From identity, technology and environment, to democracy and religion, these conversations build a local and international view of the world and the shape of our future.