Perth-based artist Ta-ku has teamed up with Dropbox to present a week-long creative residency in Sydney, which is designed to showcase how technology is redefining the way artists collaborate and create.

The residency, which will take place between 11 – 15 April at the Golden Age Cinema & Gallery, will feature a showcase of Ta-ku’s photography works, creative presentations, as well as a number of ticketed events featuring live content creation around music, food, and more.

“Over the past few years, I've been lucky to connect with inspiring artists from across the world, often while working very remotely from my home in Perth. Technology such as Dropbox, has fundamentally redefined the way I work and has made worldly collaboration possible. Through this residency, I hope to share this process with people and explore the ways in which technology is changing the way we create art today,” said Ta-ku.

"We've been very lucky to fly in a bunch of collaborators who I've enjoyed working with over the last few years, and also to bring in several new collaborators and open this discussion up for the public to take part in as well,” he said.

Creative professionals, like Ta-ku, who use Dropbox Business have the benefit of greater collaboration, which reduces the confines of location, time zones, and technology platforms impeding the creative process.

If you can't make the event, don’t worry! We’ll be hosting content produced as part of the residency right here on Drop Everything.

You can find out more about Ta-ku's residency here.