Shows

Remoteness

WHEREThe Block and Parer Place Urban Screen
WHEN4 to 21 May 2011
TICKETSFree
CONTACT07 3138 5495

Remoteness showcases video and experimental media art of digital artists from around the globe.

These artists draw upon the social, emotional and physical remoteness that has come to define our modern-day environment, one that is both more connected and more isolated than ever.

Artists include:
Christopher Baker (USA)
Johanna Billing (Sweden)
Hiroharu Mori (Japan)
Yasmin Heisler (Australia)
Vinegar Tom (Australia)
Geoffrey Weary (Australia)
Nathani Luneburg (South Africa)
Joel Stern (Australia)
Ash Keating (Australia)
Rebecca Ann Hobbs (Australia/NZ)
Dennis Del Favero (Australia)
Brian O'Reilly (USA/Singapore)
Lin Yilin (PR China/USA)
Colin Harman (Australia)
Marko Mäetamm (Estonia)
Louis-Philippe Demers (Singapore)
Matthew Perkins (Australia)
Dr. Elaine Miles (Australia)
Lea Rekow (Australia)

Supported by Frankston Arts Centre, Melbourne, and Monash University.

Hours, 4-21 May
Tuesday & Wednesday 2.00pm-6.30pm
Thursday & Friday 2.00pm-7.30pm
Saturday 4.00pm-7.30pm

Video: Christopher Baker Hello World! or: How I Learned to Stop Listening and Love the Noise 2008. Interactive installation.

Image: Yasmin Heisler Car Series (detail) 2008-2010. Single-channel video, 02:26.

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