Explorations in digital media: communion, community and communication
Sunday 12 October 11 am - 4 pm
The National Gallery of Australia presents fullscreen 08: explorations in digital media, a full-day forum of four artists exploring new-media practice and its role in building connections and community.
Free | James O Fairfax Theatre
Anne Walton examines the political, ethical and aesthetic issues raised in her recent work with people who are blind or vision impaired.
In particular, she reflects on her collaboration with braille expert Bruce Maguire and author Nadia Wheatley in the Braille window project 2008.
Anne Walton, Bruce Maguire Braille window project 2008
Wade Marynowsky works with computer-mediated improvisation and automated installations. He reconfigures the work of his contemporaries, blurring distinctions between curation, citation and sampling to produce a strange cultural metapoetics.
Wade Marynowsky Meditation for G8 2008
Sarah Jane Pell
Sarah Jane Pell evokes the aquatic spectacles of Annette Kellerman and Harry Houdini and the pioneering spirits of NASA and Jacques Cousteau amid performance, digital media, installation and advanced life-support technologies.
Sarah Jane Pell Hydrophilia 11 2006
Lucas Ihlein juxtaposes old and new screen paradigms through blogging and by restaging classic modernist cinema events. His work bridges geographical and electronic communities.
Lucas Ihlein Bilateral Kellerberrin 2005