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Josephine Starrs

Josephine Starrs is an Australian artist whose video and new media works have been exhibited extensively both in Australia and overseas. She was a founding member of the 1990s Cyberfeminist group, VNS Matrix, and since 1994 she has also collaborated with Leon Cmielewski on a variety of new media projects including Seeker, screen-based installation 2006, Dream Kitchen, interactive animation 1999, and a.k.a., digital video 2001. Starrs is a Senior Lecturer in Media Arts at Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney.

Date 
b. 1955

Lives and works

Australia
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Selected works
Selected events
Dream Kitchen - Josephine Starrs and Leon Cmielewski - (gaming footage) Part One, – via Vimeo 
Dream Kitchen - Josephine Starrs and Leon Cmielewski - (gaming footage) Part Two, – via Vimeo 
Leon Cmielewski & Josephine Starrs - WHO, Josephine Starrs discusses her biography – via Vimeo 
Cmielewski & Starrs, Leon Cmielewski & Josephine Starrs discuss changing tools & technologies used by media artists – via Vimeo 
Cmielewski and Starrs - WHY, – from Dream Kitchen, via Vimeo 
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– from a.k.a., via YouTube 
– from White, via d/Archive 
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– from Pocket Calculator, via YouTube 
incompatible elements documentation 2, – from Incompatible Elements, via Vimeo 
Moving Graffiti, Created for Siteworks 2012 at Bundanon, NSW, Australia by Josephine Starrs & Leon Cmielewski. – from Moving Graffiti, via Vimeo 
SMS_origins, Video Documentation – from SMS_origins, via Vimeo 
Video Documentation
land[sound]scape, Video Documentation – from land[sound]scape, via YouTube 
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– from Seeker, via YouTube 
– from Trace, via josephinestarrs.com 
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– from Bio Tek Kitchen, via YouTube 
User Unfriendly Interface, User Unfriendly Interface – from User Unfriendly Interface, via Vimeo