Eleanor Friedberger of The Fiery Furnaces has shared a video for her song ‘Does Turquoise Work?’ The video was created by Friedberger’s bassist Jonathan Rosen, who illustrated the song in the form of over 1,000 drawings.
Eleanor Friedberger will be on stage in Brisbane at Cindy Sherman Up late at the Gallery of Modern Art on Friday 17 June. Cindy Sherman Up Late tickets go on sale Friday 15 April. General admission tickets $25 includes exhibition entry.
Cindy Sherman Up Late | Friday 17 June
5.30pm | Cheated Hearts DJs
Cheated Hearts DJs are a collective of young creatives who aim to break down stereotypes, seek out substance, and demand dance floors with a difference, offering a melting pot of music, culture and ideas to their audience.
6pm | Storytellers Talk: Noelene Hill
Noelene Hill is the Wardrobe Production Manager and Resident Designer at the Queensland Ballet.
8.30pm | Eleanor Friedberger
Off the back of the release of New View (2016), New York-based singer–songwriter Eleanor Friedberger returns to GOMA for the first date on her 2016 Australian tour. As one half of indie-rock band The Fiery Furnaces, New View represents Friedberger’s twelfth full-length album.
28 May – 3 October 2016
Cindy Sherman has positioned photography as one of the most important contemporary art forms, expanding on contemporary society’s recurrent fascination with female appearance, narcissism, cults of celebrity, aspirational culture, and emotional fragility.
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