Love Oscillation

Love Oscillation

Jan 30, 2013

Love Oscillation exposes the different layers of meaning present in a seemingly innocuous original. Pornography was used as source footage, and its utilitarian focus becomes overshadowed by a play of tension, between what is shown and what is revealed. The work functions as a game of hide and seek between abstraction and figuration. The viewer […]

Devil Mixture

Devil Mixture

Jan 27, 2013

Devil Mixture (sound by Ekoplekz). Montage of effected footage from 70s Hammer Horror films ‘Blood Orgy of the She-Devils’ and ‘The Devil’s Own’ (aka ‘The Witches’), passing through several layers of processes and effects, being digitised and uploaded to the internet, downloaded, refilmed from the screen with in-camera effects, digitally edited and in parts datamoshed […]

Camel Roundabout

Camel Roundabout

Jan 27, 2013

Surrounded by desert, the city-dweller feels small and exposed. There is an uneasiness at such immensity, and intensity, of nature. The desert resists perspectival representation — until it is penetrated by that icon of ‘progress’, the Highway. It arrives pre-packaged with its own vanishing point and sculpturally minimalist aesthetic, inscribing the sandy void with the […]

Chroma Key Works

Chroma Key Works

Jan 27, 2013

In cinema chroma- and digital-key processes are utilised in the service of illusionism. They function as blank screens, negative spaces awaiting the transposition and transformation of images.

Northern Lights

Northern Lights

Jan 27, 2013

On recent trip to the frozen Canadian North, Stefan Popescu filmed the peak of the current solar cycle. Systematically filming the skies for 10 weeks with a DSLR with an intervalometer, he created a series of animated time-lapse photographs of the Aurora Borealis.

Current Distortions

Current Distortions

Jan 27, 2013

The artist as disruptor. The artists’ role in disturbing the water upon which the image is projected, is akin to that of a conductor of electricity.
The artist injects the image with energy, allowing light to refract and create distortions.

Space Oddity

Space Oddity

Jan 25, 2013

Space Oddity (2012) continues Jai McKenzie’s ongoing research into un-built, propositional architecture of the mid 20th Century. Space Oddity features lighting elements and a large hand-made net, the pattern of this net is based on repetitive patterns the artist found in architectural drawings by Superstudio.

Betwixt and Between

Betwixt and Between

Jan 25, 2013

A new work by Emma Hicks recently exhibited as a twin channel video installation in the group show White Light White Heat which was held at level 1 123-125 George St The Rocks in December 2012.

Re:cinema in New York
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Re:cinema in New York

Jan 4, 2013

Ryszard Dabek, the instigator of the Re:cinema project will be visiting New York from 2 – 11 Feb 2013. He will meeting with MFA students at Parsons the New School on Monday 4 Feb and Wednesday 6 Feb and advanced BVA candidates on Thursday 7 Feb. during this time Ryszard will be promoting the project […]

METROpolis

METROpolis

Jan 4, 2013

A timelapse journey revealing a metropolis seemingly devoid of human presence. During the Vivid Sydney after-dark festival, this piece was rear-projected from inside the exhibition space onto a large shop window coated with Greek yoghurt in Sydney’s old Rocks district, providing an ephemeral screen by night. Part of Adam Sébire’s Roads to Nowhere (2012), a […]