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1978 14 Nov 3 Dec  
Plug in and Switch on … Aspects of Art and Technology in the 20th Century, Exhibition

This was an educational project produced by Education Services of the National Gallery of Victoria, intended to introduce the public to a “video environment” outside the domain of commercial television and to “provide a technological experience … [of new] mediums of communication and creativity.”1 1. Education Services NGV, “Introduction”, Plug in...

1975 28 Aug28 Sep  
Performance, Documents, Film, Video, Film and Video Exhibition

As part of the season Arts Victoria 75, the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) ran an exhibition of post-object artworks called Performance, Documents, Film, Video, curated by Geoff Burke and Jennifer Phipps.

1977 1 Mar10 Jun  
National Gallery of Victoria Video Program, video exhibition

In 1977 the NGV ran a program of videotapes from its collection of video works from the United States. Many of the works were acquired in the original 1975 purchase by Annette Dixon.

Videotapes from New York, video collection

In 1975, the National Gallery of Victoria purchased a collection of fourteen videotapes from New York. They were initially presented in the modern European Gallery (NGV: St Kilda Rd) on two monitors. The works were selected by Annette Dixon the then Curator of European Art at the NGV, and are...

1976 912 Aug  
Films and Videotapes by David Perry, Film and Video Exhibition

Towards the end of his residency at Griffith Artworks David Perry presented two evenings of his works at the IMA, Brisbane. On the evening of the 9th, as well as showing early films, he showed: Utopian Memory Banks present Fragments from the Past, Interior with Views, andNear Redland Bay, 1975/76 and gave a...

Pelt, Artist Run Initiative

Unit 2, 46 Balfour Street ChippendaleDirectors:  Peter Blamey, Caleb Kelly and William Noble Pelt was a not-for-profit, artist-run gallery for emerging and establishedartists that ran from 2005 - 2008. Pelt provided a space for artists engaged in the broad area of sound and sound & visual practices.

1998 14 October  
Screenarts: Australia's Digital Screen Arts Exhibition Directory, Brochure

Developed by the Australian Network for Art and Technology, in collaboration with the Sydney Intermedia Network and the Media Resource Centre.  Website design: Sarah Waterson  Database design: Virtual Artists   

David Noonan: M5, One person exhibition

David Noonan exhibition Gertrude Street Studios, Melbourne

2002 14 May 6 Jul  
Time Slice, One person exhibition

Solo exhibition by Daniel Crooks at Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne, Gallery 2.

1997 24 August  
Australian Perspecta 1997: Between Art and Nature

Presented by Sydney Intermedia Network Inc (SIN) in association with AGNSW.

Peter Callas: The Invisible Histories of the Present, One person exhibition

Peter Callas – The Invisible Histories of the Present, 2006, at Millenáris Park, Budapest, Hungary, was held across two galleries (Pixel Gallery and  Piros-Fekete Gallery) and showed 17 moving image works simultaneously along with a comprehensive collection of Callas' print works.

1990 18 May  
Fill, Performance

by Derek Kreckler Made for the 8th Biennale of Sydney: The Readymade Boomerang. Curator: René Bloch

Electronic Media Arts (EMA) Closure, Press Release

Press relaese written by Brian Doherty, co-ordinator of Sydney Intermedia Network Inc. (SIN) at the time of the closing of Electronic Media Arts (EMA) and the transferrence of membership and assests from EMA to SIN.

1986 7 Aug 7 Sep  
Recent Australian Video Installation, Video Installation

Recent Australian Video InstallationAustralian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne. The exhibition was specifically “mounted to coincide with the visit of Mr John Hanhardt, Curator of Film and Video at the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the tour of the Whitney exhibition, New American Video: A Historical Survey, 1967 – 1980.”1

1988 25 Aug 7 Sep  
The Third Australian Video Festival, Video Festival

The third Australian Video Festival was held at the Powerhouse Museum and included a program of video works from a wide range of local and international artists. The festival presented a retrospective of works by Bill Viola and a program of Scratch Video (cut-up style video collages) from the UK....

2002 31 Jul15 Sep  
Biennale of Electronic Arts Perth 2002, Exhibition

The Biennale of Electronic Arts Perth (BEAP) was an informative and engaging platform for the debate, presentation and experience of cultural projects, ideas and innovation occurring at the intersection of art, science, technology and society.

2004 10 Sep12 Dec  
Biennale of Electronic Arts Perth 2004, Exhibition

SAMEDIFFERENCE Technology is converting human experience into data streams at ever-quickening rates. And yet we still seem reluctant to let go of our analogue or ‘old world’ ways of visualising both ourselves and the world around us. It is this dichotomy that the exhibitions and conferences presented as part of BEAP04...

Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Arts Organisation

ACMI continues a tradition begun in 1946. Now a major new cultural agency of the State Government of Victoria and located in a purpose-built venue at Federation Square, ACMI takes its place as Australia's first centre dedicated to the moving image in all its forms. The Past

1992 913 Nov  
Third International Symposium on Electronic Art (TISEA), Exhibition

TISEA: Cultural Diversity in the Global Village The Third International Symposium on Electronic Art (TISEA) was held in Sydney, 9-13 November, 1992. It is generally referred to as a watershed moment in the development of media arts in Australia, bringing together a mix of leading Australian and international artists and thinkers...

ANAT, Arts Organisation

ANAT was incorporated in 1988, but started life in 1984 as an art and technology event titled ‘Interface’ which was developed by the Experimental Art Foundation for the Adelaide Festival . This led to a research‐based pilot project initiated by the Experimental Art Foundation and the South Australian Ministry of...