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1994  
Watching The Apocalypse, Barbara Campbell, Single channel video work

U-matic Video, colour, sound, 6-mins In Griffith University Art Collection, Accession No 000816.01B

2015  
Read Me, Brooke Carlson, Video

My current project, Read Me extends my investigation of the loss of self-identity as a result of personal passivity. It takes an interest in the process of automatic writing as a psychological state of inspiration moving between activity and passivity. There are two parts to the video performance, Read Me (Once)...

2000  
Low attention span/high curiosity rate [portrait of Peter Elliot], Tiago Carneiro da Cunha, Video

Tiago Carneiro da Cunha, Brazil, Low attention span/high curiosity rate [portrait of Peter Elliot], 7 mins, 2000

2000  
City Sleeper, Lisa Cheung, Video

Lisa Cheung, Canada, City Sleeper, 10 mins, 2000

 
White, Leon Cmielewski, Josephine Starrs, Video

2016  
Tracing Moonlight, Ella Condon, Video

Ella Condon’s recent moving image work Tracing Moonlight was created in partnership with Sydney Observatory.

1999  
Album Leaves, John Conomos, Video Installation

A three-channel video photo and neon installation dealing with the Diasporic Greek reflections on the artist's childhood, cinema and the visual arts.

2004  
Aura, John Conomos, Video

A video essay on the new ‘technological’ sublime in every day life.

1998  
Autumn Song, John Conomos, Single channel video work

Autobiographical performance about the artist’s childhood in a milk bar at Tempe and his ancestral forbearers from the Greek Island of Kythera. 23 minutes, SP Beta

2003  
Cyborg Ned, John Conomos, Video

An homage to Nam June Paik TV Buddha series, this video sculpture represents Ned Kelly as Australia’s first ‘cyborg’ outlaw.

2007  
Lake George (after Mark Rothko), John Conomos, Video

An homage to Mark Rothko, and also in the long take cinema tradition (specifically Jean-Marie Straub and the late Daniele Huillet’s Too Early, Too Late [1982]), a landscape video about the ‘disappearing’ lake located outside Canberra, Australia.

2009  
Indemnity General, Justine Cooper, Video

Indemnity General is a 4 part satirical mini-soap opera depicting the woes at the axis of an absurdist medical industrial complex. Credits Concept and Video: Justine Cooper Written by: Jason Lindner, Sean Cunningham, Joshua Scher and Scott Stein Video Editing: Andrew Freiband Sound Design and Music: Bradford Reed Voiceover:...

1987 227 Sep  
AVF '87 - Terrorising the Code - Recent U.S. Video, video exhibition

The Australian Video Festival, 1987. Terrorising the Code - Recent U.S. Video, Australian Centre For Photography 2 Sept-27 Sept 1987

 
Daniel Crooks: Manipulating time

Education thing ready to go.

2002  
Elevator no.3, Daniel Crooks, Video

1989  
2006  
Pugilist 449, Alex Davies, Single channel video work

Pugilist Series 449 is a single channel video installation in which a boxer (the artist’s sister) delivers a flurry of several hundred blows to the artist’s body and...

2005  
Biohead Karaoke, Anna Davis and Jason Gee, Video

2001  
Forced into Images, Destiny Deacon, Single channel video work

Partly fictitious and partly autobiographical, Destiny Deacon’s world is populated by a cast of dolls, family and friends who enact ‘soap opera’ vignettes (1). She dramatises human comedies and tragedies within invented and fabricated dioramas, her entourage accompanied by masks, props and costumes revealing human foibles....

2014  
Cassandra, Dennis Del Favero, Single channel video work

Cassandra forms part of the four-part Firewall project, exploring the concept of doors.

2011  
Depart Without Return, Shoufay Derz, Single channel video work

In Depart Without Return the artist lies in a small canoe shrouded in indigo silk with live blind moths covering her face so that she too is blind. The males flutter excitedly, squirting vibrant copper colored fluid until they find a female with which to join. After copulation the females...

2005  
Advance, Atanas Djonov, Video

2007  
2007  
Arrival, Atanas Djonov, Video

2006  
Dawn, Atanas Djonov, Video