AC/DC Memories To Be Featured In Fremantle Exhibition

April 21, 2008

The West Australian reports that Fremantle continues its fascination with former AC/DC lead singer Bon Scott, with preparations under way to install his statue at Fishing Boat Harbour near Cicerellos and the Fremantle Arts Centre preparing for a novel exhibition.

Nineteen artists will come together for the exhibition next month to celebrate Scott's life in their own way in painting, sculpture, drawing, animation and installation art.

West Australian artist Rebecca Dagnall's contribution to the Bon Scott Project will be an exhibition of photographs of Bon Scott fans and the various ways they express their devotion.

Sydney artist Lucas Ihlein has begun a Bon Scott blog, collecting anecdotes about his own and others' experiences of Scott.

There will also be a display at the centre of Scott's letters and a panel discussion on the impact Scott and his skinny leg jeans had on fashion.

Then some of Perth's top musicians will join forces to form an arts centre tribute band, FAC/DC.

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