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Bio Tek Kitchen, Josephine Starrs, Leon Cmielewski, Interactive Video Installation

Players clean up the kitchen laboratory of a home biotech enthusiast using weapons such as dish cloths and egg flippers. The player is attacked by nasty mutant vegetables which are the product of genetic nouvelle cuisine, and learns throughout the game of a world wide corporate...

Floating Territories, Josephine Starrs, Leon Cmielewski, Installation

an installation combining distributed printed cards, swipe card reader, abstract screen based games synopsis: Floating territories uses a series of screen based games to explore issues of migration, border protection and asylum. The project was designed to take place on the ferry that crossed the Baltic Sea between ...

Fuzzy Love, Josephine Starrs, Leon Cmielewski, Interactive Video Installation

fuzzy love dating database gallery installation with online component in the ‘Fuzzy Love Dating Database’ people voluntarily photograph themselves and answer a series of questions as a kind of entry fee allowing access to the database of previous respondents, however access is limited to searching through responses to...

Incompatible Elements, Josephine Starrs, Leon Cmielewski, Installation

Incompatible Elements is an ongoing project that evolved during an artist residency at Performance Space, Carriageworks, Sydney. In this media art installation, poetic texts are embedded into animated satellite images of terrains and waterways in crisis. The intention is to configure the land as...

Plaything, Josephine Starrs, Leon Cmielewski, Installation

The installation consists of a series of screen-based games played from a freestanding console that negotiate two-dimensional space in different ways using line, colour, shapes and simple gameplay. These games lead to video clips of young women responding to questions posed in the plaything research questionnaire. Plaything...

Seeker, Josephine Starrs, Leon Cmielewski, Installation

The Seeker installation uses three large projections to explore migration, territorial boundaries, conflict commodities and human displacement.

Trace, Josephine Starrs, Leon Cmielewski, Installation

There is a natural division in the surveillance issue between involuntary and voluntary data acquisition. Voluntary data acquisition refers to processes where the subject actively engages with the marketing / surveillance / security apparatus, like showing a passport or i.d. or responding to requests for information, ranging...

User Unfriendly Interface, Josephine Starrs, Leon Cmielewski, Installation

    Produced with the assistance of the Australian Film Commission User Unfriendly Interface, CD ROM/Installation on themes of conspiracy theories, male vs female concept of space, dating services, mens issues & personality testing.

[odys]elicit, Nathaniel Stern, Installation

time and motion study, John Tonkin, Installation

'time and motion study' uses contemporary technology to further investigate the time and motion studies of 1800’s scientist/inventors such as Marey and Muybridge and the later technologies of strobe photography and video effects. The users’ image in front of a camera is captured as a sequence of frames positioned along...

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Fissure, Topologies, Installation

Pond, Wind and Walker, Triclops International, Installation

MOS, Pia Van Gelder, Installation

MOS (Mountain Operated Synth) is a site specific electronic sculpture that is installed at the second base camp on Mount Merapi, in Java, Indonesia.

You or Me?, Pia Van Gelder, Installation

You or Me? (2011), the title is a question posed by a monitor and camera assemblage to the viewer. This work was originally exhibited in a gallery window facing the street. The work involved two small pin-hole colour surveillance cameras, an RCA splitter and a large ...

Circle D: Fragile Balances, Mari Velonaki, Installation

Two luminous cube-like objects appear to be floating above the surface of a lacquered wooden structure that perches on impossibly slender legs. Each object is comprised of four crystal screens where ‘handwritten’ text appears, wrapping around it conveying a playful sense of rhythm. The text represents personal...

Circle E: Fragile Balances, Mari Velonaki, Installation

A wooden table-like object is placed opposite the Circle D: Fragile Balances work in the exhibition space. The object is made of has the same finish as the base from Circle D: Fragile Balances.

Current State of Affairs, Mari Velonaki, Installation

A work about a symbiotic relationship between heterogeneous elements, which is a recurrent theme in my work.

Embracement, Mari Velonaki, Installation

Embracement is a light reactive installation. The work explores perception and interpretation of interpersonal interaction, through the device of optical illusion. Within a photo-dynamic crystal screen, fleeting image sequences of two women appear. All sequences commence with the women standing, facing each other, and with the...

Fish-Bird Circle B - Movement B, Mari Velonaki, Installation

Fish-Bird Circle B – Movement B is an interactive installation that explores dialogical possibilities between two robots and their audience. The robotic objects are disguised as wheelchairs that impersonate two characters, Fish and Bird that they fall in love but due to ‘technical’ difficulties can not...

Evolution of Fearlessness, Lynette Wallworth, Interactive Video Installation

Evolution of Fearlessness is an intimate, interactive installation dealing with loss, survival and strength. The work incorporates filmed portraits of several women, originating from countries such as Afghanistan‚ Sudan‚ Iraq and El Salvador. They have lived through wars‚ or survived concentration camps or extreme acts of...

Invisble by Night, Lynette Wallworth, Interactive Video Installation

Invisible by Night is a gently interactive video installation which responds to touch and presents a projection of a life–sized woman whose eternal pacing can be quietly interrupted by the viewer. Commissioned originally for The Melbourne Festival 2004, in response to the layered history of the site of...

Still: Waiting2, Lynette Wallworth, Installation

Lynette Wallworth alternates between an interest in nature and in humankind. Just as she acknowledges the astonishing feats of the human spirit, she finds the extraordinary within nature.

Rock, Gary Willis, Installation

Multimedia Installation: Woolloomooloo – Sydney Biennale Video Plus Group – Open Channel, Fitzroy.

Pin Cushion, Mari Velonaki, Installation

In Pin Cushion (2000), a female character is projected onto a latex cushion. Large acupuncture needles are embedded into the character’s face. When the viewer touches the needles, the projected woman responds and devolves. The range at which the image changes, and the instantaneous morphology that...