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2010 327 Sep  
AVF '87 - Allan Vizents: Asleep and Awake (1983), Video Installation

The Australian Video Festival, 1987. ALLAN VIZENTS - ASLEEP AND AWAKE (1983)  

1987 415 Sep  
AVF '87 - Dominik Barbier: The Red Shield, Video Installation

The Australian Video Festival, 1987. Dominik Barbier The Red Shield (1987)Curated by Brian Langer

2000 26 May30 Jun  
Biennale of Sydney 2000, Group Exhibition

Works for the 12th Biennale of Sydney were selected by a panel of international curators and directors and included Fumio Nanjo, Louise Neri, Hetti Perkins, Sir Nicholas Serota, Robert Storr, Harald Szeemann and Nick Waterlow [chair]. Major video installation pieces by artists such as Mariko Mori were included.

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...

1991 830 Nov  
The Sixth Australian International Video Festival, Video Festival

The sixth and last in the series of video festivals initiated and managed by the Electronic Media Arts (Australia) organisation.

1973 18 Oct18 Nov  
Tim Burns, Artist

Tim Burns is an Australian artist who has long regarded his role as being to provoke the public into thinking about social issues. Many of his works have been controversial while showing a wry humour and a tendency towards the dangerous. He began making video while he was involved with...

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...

1991 830 Nov  
AIVF '91 - Peter Callas - Our Potential Allies (1980 & 1991), Peter Callas, Video Installation

The Australian International Video Festival, 1991 - Video Installation Peter Callas - Our Potential Allies (1980 & 1991)

Virtual Reality Simulator, Robin Hungerford, installation with video

Sculpture with motorized turntable video camera and monitor.

Accidents For Four, Jill Scott, Performance

Accidents For Four (1976) Studio, San Francisco; Spectator performances to instructions; recorded to video. [December, 1976] Photos: Bryan Hillstrom Sponsored by the Neighbourhood Arts Foundation, San Francisco.

Accidents For One, Jill Scott, Performance

Accidents For One (1976) Performance with live video."Open Studios", South of Market Series, Neighbourhood Arts Foundation, San Francisco, USA. Camera: Mark GillilandFlute: Carla Harryman Almorative Dance (1976), 1/2” B&W, 20 mins.Video: instructions for the performance: Accidents For One. Produced at the Bay Area Video Coalition.

Constriction, Jill Scott, Performance

The Constriction series is a work in four manifestations Constriction Part 1 (1982), 3/4” U-matic, colour, 14 mins.

Desire The Code (1981), Jill Scott, Performance

Desire The Code (1981), 3/4” U-matic, colour. Performance installation with pre-recorded video display; atSite, Cite, Sight, Inc, San Francisco. Documentation: Mark Samuelson,Sound: Allan Scarritt and Jill Scott,Sponsors: The Bay Area Video Coalition and Site, Cite, Sight Inc. San Francisco. Also at: International Cultureel Centrum (Artist in Residence), Antwerp, Belgium.

Double Time (1985), Jill Scott, Interactive Video Installation

Double Time (1985) Video tape and Installation with spectator interaction.

Order The Underfire (1980), Jill Scott, Performance

Order The Underfire (1980) (1979?), 3/4” U-matic, colour. Performance installation with video at University of California at Davis, California, with sound from a Revolving Desert Simulator, shadow play and video stills. Photos: Mike Henderson, Funded by the Visiting Artists Program of the University of California at Davis, USA.

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

Triple Fate (1986), Jill Scott, Interactive Video Installation

Triple Fate (1986) Single monitor Installation with game, water, sound, video and photographs.

Into the Void, Sam Smith, Video