Skip navigation

digital artwork

The Kill Yourself Game, Rebecca Cannon, Karen Jenkins, mobile

DAKOTA, Young-hae Chang, web

Dream Kitchen, Leon Cmielewski, Josephine Starrs, cd-rom

Concept & Direction: Leon Cmielewski & Josephine Starrs Producer: Josephine Starrs Design & Animation: Leon Cmielewski Programming: Adam Hinshaw Sound design: Panos Couros 3D: Don Smith & Craig McPherson, Banff Institute, Canada Artist statement from Josephine Starrs & Leon Cmielewski, September 2013

Basilisk & a universe of dirt, Panos Couros, Wayne Stamp, Lloyd Sharp, cd-rom

Urban Exile, Graham Crawford, Gavyn Lester, web

Altar-ations, Juliet Davis, web

A Hologram [for Mr Spielberg], Paula Dawson, digital artwork

Laser transmission hologram depicting a director's chair surrounded by 48 parabolic mirrors. Produced as part of an artist residency the Holocenter, NY. Collection of Macquarie University Gallery.

ANN, Paula Dawson, digital artwork

White light hologram. ANN is an original holographic portrait of Dr. Ann Lewis a collector, philanthropist, and the former director of Sydney's Gallery A.

Are You There?, digital artwork

Laser-Transmission Hologram Private Collection, on loan to National Portrait Gallery, Canberra, ACT

Homeland, Paula Dawson, digital artwork

The green terrain in the background of Homeland are 3D scans of human palms. Floating above these are red tracings of human life lines, created using the Holoshop haptic interface. Homeland maps the terrain of human experience, diverting holographic techologies away from their military function for visualising and destroying targets, to instead trace the...

Luminous Presence, Paula Dawson, digital artwork

Luminous Presence is a 1x1.5m digital hologram composed of thousands of frames of 3D computer graphic images, which demonstrates through animation of surface fragmentation, transparency and reflectivity, a comparison with the "scintillating" effects of gilded panel painting and gold mosaic in early Italian art. Luminous Presence featured as part of...

Nest: Palm Attached, Paula Dawson, digital artwork

A 3D print work as part of Monochrome at Sheffer Gallery. A 3D scan was taken of a human palm, then the Holoshop haptic interface was used to trace the life-line of the palm. The model was then continually rotated and traced, creating the crystaline nest structure.  

There's No Place Like Home, digital artwork

Holographic Installation. National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, ACT

Cross Currents, Dennis Del Favero, cd-rom

Cyberflesh Girlmonster, Linda Dement, cd-rom

Donated body parts collected during Artists' Week of the Adelaide Festival 1994 were used to construct a computer based interactive work. About 30 women participated in the original event by scanning their chosen flesh and digitally recording a sentence or sound.

Killing the Host, Linda Dement, digital artwork

Augmented Reality for Bundanon Siteworks Program. Killing the Host is a digital artwork exploring systems and patterns of infestation, intrusion, tunneling, contamination and fatal damage. Sarcoptic mange in wombats is caused by the scabies mite burrowing in to the skin to lay eggs. As the mites tunnel, live and breed in the skin,...

Typhoid Mary, Linda Dement, cd-rom

The CD ROM Typhoid Mary was created on Macintosh computers at the College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales from 1989 to 1991.  Photographic images were scanned and manipulated; a rough draft of the interactive structure was made with the software Hypercard and the final with Macromind Director. It can still be used...

Breed, Erwin Driessens, Maria Verstappen, software

Ima Traveller, Erwin Driessens, Maria Verstappen, software

Stained Linen, Linda Duvall, web

City of Spare Parts, Samantha Fermo, cd-rom

Odysseus, Bernd Oliver Fischer, web