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Modern Image Makers Association, Arts Organisation

Experimenta Media Arts is a Melbourne based group which was was first established in 1986 as the Modern Image Makers Association Inc. (MIMA)

Metro Screen, Arts Organisation

Metro Screen is a not-for-profit film and television training organisation. It is the NSW member of Screen Development Australia (SDA) and is located in the Paddington Town Hall, Cnr Oxford St & Oatley Rd, Paddington. Metro Television was incorporated in 1981, and was originally known as The Paddington Video...

The Sydney Super Eight Film Group Inc., Arts Organisation

The first two Super 8 film fesitvals in Sydney were initiated and organised by Kate Richards in 1980. The first festival was held at the Sydney Filmmakers Co-op, and was co-organised by Kate Collins. After the second festival, Mark Titmarsh, Ross Gibson, Lindy Lee, Deirdre Beck, and Janet Burchill established the...

Electronic Media Arts (EMA), Arts Organisation

EMA was a not for profit organisation representing and promoting the electronic arts in Australia. It's main role during the time of its operation was related to the staging of the Australian International Video Festival and the support of artists to produce and exhibit electronic art works. The organisation had a...

Artspace, Arts Organisation

Artspace opened the gallery doors of its first premises in Surry Hills in 1983. From that moment on Artspace has supported critical and experimental practices across media and cultures. Artspace moved to its present location at the Gunnery Building in Woolloomooloo in 1992. A few years later Artspace initiated a...

1988 29 August1989 12 Dec  
Metaphysical TV Tour to North & South America, Screening

In 1988 Mark Titmarsh received funding from the Australian Bicentennial Authority to tour the Metaphysical TV Program of Super 8 films first screened in 1987 to venues in the US and Venezuela. The film program was the same lineup of films originally screened in Australia and was toured to the...

2008 18 Jun 7 Sep  
Biennale of Sydney: Revolutions: Forms that Turn, Group Exhibition

Curated by Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev the Biennnale of Sydney was exhibited at Cockatoo Island, the Art Gallery of NSW, Pier 2/3 Walsh Bay, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney Opera House and the Royal Botanic Gardens.

2006 8 Jun27 Aug  
Biennale of Sydney: Zones of Contact, Group Exhibition

Curated by artistic director Charles Merewether the Biennale of Sydney was exhibited in 16 venues including including Pier 2/3, at Walsh Bay, the Art Gallery of NSW, and the Museum of Contemporary Art. 

2004 30 Jun27 Aug  
Biennale of Sydney: On Reason and Emotion, Group Exhibition

Curated by Isabel Carlos. Various venues including the Art Gallery of NSW and the Museum of Contemporary Art. 

2002 15 May14 Jul  
Biennale of Sydney: [The World May Be] Fantastic, Group Exhibition

"The exhibition focused on artists who use fictions, fakes, invented methodologies and experiments as a basis for their work. The projects celebrated the potential of the creative act to generate alternative worlds, suggesting that our everyday belief systems may be constructed, hallucinatory and changeable." [BOS Website]. Curated by Richard Grayson...

1998 18 Sep 8 Nov  
Biennale of Sydney: Every Day, Group Exhibition

Curated by artistic director Jonathan Watkins.

1996 27 Jul22 Sep  
Biennale of Sydney: Jurassic Technologies Revenant, Group Exhibition

The 10th Biennale of Sydney was curated by artistic director Dr. Lynne Cooke and "presented a re-appraisal of older reproductive technologies including photography, film and print media. The politics of identity, memory versus history, the fantastic and Gothic were key themes." [BOS Website].

1992 15 December1993 14 Mar  
Biennale of Sydney: The Boundary Rider, Group Exhibition

Artistic director Tony Bond's vision for the 9th Biennale of Sydney was to reflect a shift from the art making centres of Europe and the USA to countries whose artists had not been represented in previous Biennales. "Work of controversial artists such as Orlan, examined transgressions of conceptual and cultural...

1990 11 Apr 3 Jun  
Biennale of Sydney: The Readymade Boomerang, Group Exhibition

Artistic director Rene Block's The Readymade Boomerang was the 8th Biennale of Sydney and "examined the distinctive historical connections of the "readymade" from the early 1900s to the 1980s, based on the work of Duchamp, Man Ray and Picabia. A comprehensive satellite program of music, performance, lectures, symposia and workshops at...

1988 18 May18 Sep  
Biennale of Sydney: From The Southern Cross, Group Exhibition

Under the curatorship of artistic director Nick Waterlow, the Biennale of Sydney From the Southern Cross coincided with the Australian Bicentennial. Alonsgide a number of key works by early Modernists the exhibition also featured contemporary Japanse and Indigenous Australian art. The BOS was also exhibited in Melbourne.

1986 16 May 6 Jul  
Biennale of Sydney: Origins, Originality + Beyond, Group Exhibition

Nick Waterlow was artistic director of the 1986 BOS. "The exhibition questioned the concept of what constituted originality in the work of artists as diverse as Malcolm McLaren, Eric Fischl and Carlo Maria Mariani. It explored the origins, death and resurrection of form and imagery, as well as the transition...

1984 11 Apr17 Jun  
Biennale of Sydney: Private Symbol, Public Metaphor, Group Exhibition

Under the cutarorial overview of artistic director Leon Paroissien the 5th Biennale of Sydney "focussed on the expression of private views and obsessions as well as broader political statements in the work of a diverse group of artists, including Hans Haake, Barbara Kruger, Tony Cragg and Gilbert and George." [BOS...

1982 7 Apr23 May  
Biennale of Sydney: Visions in Disbelief, Group Exhibition

Curated by William Wright Visions in Disbelief celebrated "the return to painting and more traditional forms of art, the exhibition also included separate performance, sound and video sections. The event was broad-based and included an extensive public program of lectures and conferences, as well as a dynamic satellite program of independent...

1979 12 Apr27 May  
Biennale of Sydney: European Dialogue, Group Exhibition

Curated by Nick Waterlow, European Dialogue featured 131 artists from 19 countries. The exhibition's curatorial permise was based on questioning the "predominance of New York as the centre of the international contemporary art world. The exhibition explored the direct links between Europe and Australia and the influence of European art...