Kaspar Schmidt Mumm - Artist in Residence - April to June 22


Riverside Studio | 29 March – 27 June

Rockamora, 2020, recycled upholstered foam on steel frame. Image courtesy artist.

Kaspar Schmidt Mumm’s residency explores large scale puppet construction using recycled materials.

With re-purposed steel frames, papier-mâché, wood, foam and fabric, he will construct, practice, characterise and animate a large kinetic sculpture. The artist will be rehearsing object oriented ontological choreography through endurance performances in both the gallery and studio space.

Through interactions with the public, the puppet will collect and retell local stories by reacting to visitors. All of these activities will amount to generating works with a narrative structure and a short performance to be premiered on the opening of the exhibition.


Saturday 28 MAY

1.30pm to 3.30pm 

Join Kaspar to experience the art of paper-making. Using paper collected from old flyers, printing offcuts and schools; Kaspar blends and processes the waste into an air-dry clay.

Our workshop offers you the opportunity to create sculptural forms using recycled paper clay to cover disused objects or whatever you come up with! If you have a suitable object you would like to cover in paper clay please it with you. We will provide some forms.

All other materials provided.

$20 per person. Limited places available.

Suitable over 12 years old.

Minors to be accompanied by an adult.

Bookings can be made at https://www.trybooking.com/BZGHS

Exhibition dates: 25 June – 30 July
Exhibition venue: Sauerbier House, 21 Wearing St, Port Noarlunga SA 5167

Image credit: Rockamora, 2020, recycled upholstered foam on steel frame. Image courtesy artist.