the national gallery of australia presents fullscreen 06 : : explorations in digital media, a diverse program of artists, performances and screenings from the cutting edge of digital art
this year's program highlights moving images with a focus on japanese anime, digital video art and the world renowned festival onedotzero.
fullscreen is an insight into current issues and future trends in digital media art and will interest the enthusiast and initiate alike.
all sessions free : : bookings essential : : 02 6240 6504
james o fairfax theatre : : national gallery of australia : : parkes place canberra
gantz : : evacuating the self
sunday : : july 30 : : 2pm
artist and anime expert philip brophy [melbourne] discusses the edgy existential tone, teen angst and visual style of gantz , its relationship with neon genesis evangelion and its innovative use of computer graphics [includes a gantz screening]
Daniel Crooks 'Train 1' 2003 [still image from] DV/DVD 4:10 minutes Edition 5 Courtesy the artist and Sherman Galleries, Sydney
sunday : : august 27 : : 2pm
digital video artists daniel crooks [melbourne] and scott morrison [canberra] discuss the inspirations and influences in their work and how they manipulate time and vision to create new abstract spaces. [includes selection of screenings of the artists’ work]
onedotzero : : adventures in moving image
sunday : : september 24 : : 2pm
internationally renowned digital art festival onedotzero [uk] celebrates its 10th anniversary with a screening of some of the most radical animations, music videos, motion graphics and short films from around the globe