Artereal Gallery and dLux MediaArts are proud to present IS THIS ART?
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 emerging practitioner and student works, drawn from the disciplines of film, video art and other time-based mediums.
“This retrospective IS THIS ART? presents works that challenge our understanding of language, highlighting the fluidity of communication through the constant process of re-working and re- understanding. The works examine the way we approach and understand languages and raises questions on individual identity, our environment and social landscape.
The screening program of moving image works aims to challenge, entertain and inspire in equal measure through addressing the many diverse forms of expression from text and verbal language to gestural and visceral language.”
- Vanessa Fraser, March 2015
IS THIS ART? March 2015 presents work by DAVID ASHER BROOK, FRASER BULL-CLARK, DAVID GREENHALGH, BRIGETTE LUCAS, MATTHEW MORISON, LUSCHIA PORTER, NINA ROSS and, BRYDEN WILLIAMS.
IS THIS ART? March 2015 has been curated by Vanessa Fraser of dLux MediaArts and is an initiative of the Rozelle Contemporary Art Precinct (RCAP).
David Asher Brook, THOUGHTS ON CIRCLES (IGULIM), 2013, stop motion animation with sound, 2:07 min
Fraser Bull-Clark, Berlin 2012, 2014, digital video, audio, 1:46 min
David Greenhalgh, L.A.S, 2014, digital video collage with sound, 7:24 min
Brigette Lucas, Shaving Alopecia, 2013, digital video, audio, 8:45 min
Matthew Morison, Blue X, 2014, animation with music and poetry, 1:15 min
Luschia Porter with Andy Dexterity and Justina Grubski, Weather you realise, 2014, digital video including animation and sound, 2:34 min
Nina Ross, Untitled #1 (Fish), 2011, digital video, audio, 3:29 min
Bryden Williams, On the Yangtze, 2014, digital video, audio, 6:57 min