A ground breaking quarterly screening program of moving image works, IS THIS ART? aims to link art audiences with exciting new works by emerging creative practitioners. Viewers will be presented with curated programs of student works, drawn from the disciplines of film, video art and other time-based mediums.
The quarterly event also incorporates video artworks by established contemporary artists from the Artereal stable. Audiences will benefit from an opportunity to revisit well-known and new works by established contemporary Australian video artists, as well as discover the latest works by emerging practitioners.
IS THIS ART? May 2014 presents work by MEZ BREEZE, FRAZER BULL-CLARK, JIANN HUGHES, BEN LANG, NICHOLAS MAURER, HUGH MERCHANT, SCOTT MORRISON, MATTE ROCHFORD, CATHERINE SANIGA, SHAKED SHAMIR and, NICOLA WALKERDEN
Outdoor screening program at Artereal Gallery on 7 May 2014 from 6 – 8pm.
IS THIS ART? is curated by Rhys Votano of dLux Media Arts and is an initiative of the Rozelle Contemporary Art Precinct (RCAP).
Mez Breeze, Wish4, 2013, animation, audio, 1:03 min
Fraser Bull-Clark, Berlin 2012, 2014, digital video, audio, 1:46 min
Jiann Hughes, Sizzling Babes, 2013, digital video, audio, 4:00 min
Ben Lang, Sine, 2013, animation, 4:00 min
Nicholas Maurer, Darkest Before Dawn, 2014, installation with digital technologies with sound
Hugh Merchant, Absence, 2011, digital video, audio, 5:00 min
Scott Morrison, Small Choir, 2012, digital video, audio, 9:00 min
Matte Rochford, Progressively Degrading Test Patterns, 2012, digital video from VHS with sound, 9:38 min
Catherine Saniga, Fleet, 2013, digital video, 4:03 min
Shaked Shamir, Rhythm, 2014, animation, 0:43 min
Nicola Walkerden, X, 2012, digital video, audio, 5:20 min