Tutti Arts

Welcome to Tutti Arts


We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the place now called South Australia, and all First Peoples living and working on this land. We celebrate the history and contemporary creativity of the world’s oldest living culture and pay respect to Elders – past and present. We acknowledge Kaurna, Peramangk and Ngadjuri peoples on whose lands our events and activities are imagined, planned and held. This always was, and always will be, Aboriginal land.

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Tutti Arts Overview

Tutti’s work showcases unique ways of thinking and diverse ways of being.

Impressive and Vibrant Fantasy Buffet: 5 essential rules to help achieve an Auguste Rodin torso in under two months

In 2022, contemporary South Australian artists Kurt Bosecke, of Tutti Arts, and Emmaline Zanelli led Nutritional Index, a suite of guided tours through the Art Gallery of South Australia (AGSA). The artists playfully reinterpreted the collection, using food and nutrition as their lens. Nutritional Index won the 2022 Fringe Best Visual Art and Design Award.

Drawing on this success, Kurt and Emmaline were commissioned to create a visual essay for Artlink magazine: Sensoria Access & Agency Issue 42:2.

For SALA 2022, Bosecke and Zanelli with filmmaker, Eloise Holoubek and in partnership with AGSA, presented ‘Impressive and Vibrant Fantasy Buffet: 5 essential rules to help achieve an Auguste Rodin torso in under two months’ – a cinematic interpretation of their tours. The absurdist short film takes a humorous look at the artists’ time spent in the collection. It reframes the works of art on display through popular culture references and the everyday language of food, offering visitors an alternative sense of ‘taste’. The two-channel video installation was screened at AGSA during the 2022 SALA Festival and won the City of Adelaide Incubator Award and the UnitCare Services Digital Media Award at the SALA Awards.


Lightform workshop

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