where Parer Place Urban Screens
when 21 April - 11 May
time 6.30 - 9.30pm Nightly
Parer Place Urban Screens presents Fictions, an exhibition exploring photographic artists working in moving image. This program is presented in conjunction with the Queensland Festival of Photography 5: Photography and Fictions.
Showcasing work by artists who predominately work in the area of photography, Fictions explores how the photographic aesthetic is translated and augmented when incorporating movement. The shift to moving image highlights a connection between image, time, and our perception of reality. Inherently, the works play with the notion of representation and subsequently engage elements of the fictitious.
Petrina Hicks The Crysalis 2011 6:00
Owen Leong Second Skin 2004 11:08
Jess MacNeil The Shape of Between 2006 4:07
Murray McKeich *p-zombie 2007 3:20
Murray Fredericks Borealis 2013 12:36
Murray Fredericks Hector 2011 10:42
Second Skin 2004
Image courtesy the artist and Dianne Tanzer Gallery + Projects, Melbourne
The Parer Place Urban Screens present an innovative outdoor projection exhibition series celebrating the moving image in all its forms - film, television, games, new media, animation and art. The Urban Screens are solely dedicated to providing a digital canvas for emerging or experimental artists, with artworks animating the bold architecture of QUT's Creative Industries Precinct each night at dusk.