Bruce Goold will join up again with George Gittoes for a lively presentation of the new film on Bruce's work, Under the Lino – back together at the same venue they helped create, 45 years ago.
Since those formative years at the Yellow House with fellow artists, Martin Sharp, Mick Glasheen, Peter Kingston, Jon Lewis, Tim Lewis, Albie Thoms, Greg Weight, Dick Weigth, Brett Whiteley and Peter Wright (to name but a few) Bruce has become world renown for his fabrics, limited-edition prints, furniture designs, logos, paintings, and sculptures. He has been commissioned by the Lord Mayor of Sydney, the Utzon family, Bryan Brown, Martin Sharp, Jeremy Thomas, Mambo, Dick Smith, Post Office Stamps, Sydney Morning Herald, Random House Books, grand Hotel renovations on Lord How Island and the 40th anniversary of the Sydney Opera House.
Under the Lino tracks down some of the finest pieces of his art and archival footage spread around the world, leading to some wonderful conversations that help weave a path through the highlights of his illustrious and tumultuous career.
The night will finish off with the live music of Lime Cordiale whose musical score of drives the hour long Under the Lino film.