Inexhaustible Present is a constellation of images, events and information including but not limited to:
1. A choreographic process developed and led by Brooke Stamp in collaboration with Agatha Gothe-Snape resulting in a score for the dance INEXHAUSTIBLE PRESENT.
2. Information gathered form the collection of the Art Gallery of New South Wales including but not limited to a marble bust of New Zealand film maker and artist Len Lye by Rainer Hoff as well as the text work by Lawrence Weiner THIS AND THAT PUT HERE AND THERE OUT OF SIGHT OF POLARIS at the entrance to the contemporary galleries at the AGNSW.
3. A two-hour dance workshop - THIS IS THE DANCE THIS IS NOW THE DANCE led by Broke Stamp at the AGNSW on the 31st August 2013 for the public.
4.The dance - INEXHAUSTIBLE PRESENT - performed twice - once to record its shadow at the outset of the exhibition, and finally, to close the exhibition and conclude the dances' apprehension by the museum in the final hour of the final day - 1st Spring 2013 which remains undocumented.
Inexhaustible Present was part of Taking Form - a two-person exhibition at Level Two Contemporary, AGNSW, with Sriwhana Spong curated by Anneke Jaspers.
Thank you to Brooke Stamp, Anneke Jaspers, Sriwhana Spong and the AGNSW.

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