FREMANTLE’S EAST END: NO FIXED ADDRESS
NO FIXED ADDRESS started in 2018 and will see DADAA collaborate with St Patrick’s Community Support Centre and Perth-based artists Olga Cironis, Lincoln MacKinnon, Dan McCabe and Mike Moshos over a 12-month period.
NO FIXED ADDRESS aims to creatively explore ideas of resilience, precarity and survival, and will seek to intervene in and respond to the social and built environments of Fremantle’s East End. The intention of this project is to produce a series of outcomes, including workshops, new artworks, films and installations in collaboration with the staff and community of St Pat’s. These outcomes will be presented as a series of public events and through the DADAA Gallery in Fremantle, beginning in July 2019.
NO FIXED ADDRESS builds on DADAA and International Art Space’s Field of the Unwanted project, contributing to a growing body of projects, digital works and installations that result in new narratives from and with the diverse communities that inhabit this radically changing part of Fremantle.