Join Fenella Kernebone in conversation with Anna Tregloan for fascinating insights into Tregloan’s design of the Collette Dinnigan: Unlaced exhibition and her work for stage and screen. Hear about the collaborative processes, drama and highlights of working in concert with other creatives towards a single aim, as well as the challenges of framing 25 years of fashion for the museum context.
With a background in theatre design, Tregloan has produced work for Sydney Theatre Company, Belvoir Street Theatre and Melbourne’s Malthouse Theatre, along with an enormous variety of independent companies and other artists. Working in both live performance and installation, her work has been nominated for and received numerous awards, and has been seen in all major Australian arts festivals as well as extensively in Europe and Asia. She has recently returned from curating the Australian exhibition for the Prague Quadrennial of Performance, Design and Space, designing a physical theatre work in South Korea and researching her current work in development in Indonesia. Known for her dynamic use of space, Tregloan has, particularly in her independent work, also been developing an approach to artistic practice that is more environmentally sustainable than many standard processes.
A cash bar is available on the night and the event includes viewing of the exhibition Collette Dinnigan: Unlaced.