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Mark Titmarsh, Artist

Mark Titmarsh was born in 1955, Ingham, Queensland, Australia. In addition to a PhD awarded by the University of Technology, Sydney in 2009 Titmarsh holds a number of graduate and undergraduate degrees including a BA in Law [Queensland University], a BA in Visual Arts [College of Fine Arts, University of NSW]...

Linda Wallace, Artist

In lovehotel [2000] Linda Wallace produced one of the most influential and widely-seen Australian video works of the past 20 years. A fragmented narrative featuring the streets of Tokyo and New York, flowers, faces, bodies, multiple layers of imagery and text, lovehotel tells of a feminine ghost intelligence wandering through the spaces...

Mitchell Whitelaw, Writer

Mitchell Whitelaw is an academic, writer and artist with interests in new media art and culture, especially generative systems and data-aesthetics Mitchell's background is in music and the visual arts (by way of an interdisciplinary first degree in the Faculty of Creative Arts at Wollongong University). After teaching at...

Jason Wilson, Writer

Jason is a researcher, critic and writer, currently completing a PhD on the aesthetics of video gaming at Griffith University. He has published and presented research on gaming, new media and other areas of contemporary cultural research in various local and international publications and conferences, and he recently co-edited (with...

Fiona Winning, Writer

Fiona Winning is a writer and producer working in contemporary arts – across live performance, visual cultures and interactive practices. She was Director of Performance Space 1999-2008 and during this time she collaborated with artists and communities to conceive and produce events in theatres, galleries and public spaces as well as...

Nicholas Zurbrugg, Writer

Nicholas Zurbrugg, who tragically died of a brain haemorrhage at the age of 54, made an invaluable contribution to contemporary art and cultural theory, and more specifically, to the study and promotion of the postmodern multimedia avant-garde. Nicholas, as an academic, critic, poet and a tireless promoter of postmodern creativity...

Oliver Zwink, Artist

Born 1967 in Heidenheim/Brenz, Germany.

Anna Munster, Artist

Anna Munster is an artist, writer, curator and researcher. She is the author of Materializing Culture [2006] and an editor of the online journal Fibreculture. She regularly collaborates with Michele Barker on largescale multi-channel interactive works which explore the relations between perception, magic and the brain.

Ross Harley, Artist

From his earliest Super 8 works to the most recent video projects Ross Harley has been decoding visual language. Starting with the tropes of horror films and the grammar of architecture, through to furniture and interior design of the 1950 and 60s to the exterior world of parks, petrol stations,...

Stephen Fearnley - Portfolio images and audio, Stephen Fearnley, Author

Selected images from the portfolio of Stephen Fearnley

John Conomos, Artist

John Conomos is a writer, artist and theorist. In addition to his exhibitions, he has written extensively on film, video and the visual arts, as he seeks to chart a path between the practice of the essay as a written form but also as an ongoing practice across video, films,...

Bernice Murphy, Curator

Bernice Murphy is an important figure in the development of video art in Australia. Over a series of cogent articles and precient exhibitions, she was one of the key figures who articulated the potentials for video in the context of contemporary art. Working together with video artist Stephen Jones, she...

Norie Neumark, Artist

Norie Neumark is a sound/media artist and theorist. Her media art work, including installation, Internet, and CD-Rom, has been exhibited nationally and internationally. She is the recipient of numerous artist grants and residencies, including MacDowell Colony and La Cité Internationale des Arts. Norie was previously founding Director of the Centre...

Stephen Jones, Artist

Stephen Jones has been directly involved in video art as an artist, engineer, researcher and curator since 1974. One of Australia's pioneers of video art, his work has been shown in several important group exhibitions in which video art has featured. As one of the earliest Australian researchers in the...

Adam Geczy, Artist

Adam Geczy is a Sydney-based artist, writer and academic. Geczy studied at Sydney College of the Arts where he was awarded a Bachelor of Arts in 1990 and in 1992 he received a First Class Honours degree from the department of Art History and Theory at Sydney University.  In 1997...

Ross Gibson, Artist

Ross Gibson is a writer and researcher who also makes films and multi-media environments.  His main interests are contemporary arts,  communication and the history of environmental consciousness in colonial cultures, particularly in Australia and the Pacific.  His work spans several media and disciplines.

Julianne Pierce, Curator

Julianne Pierce is an Australian curator, writer and producer specialising in digital and media arts. In September 2007 she relocated to the UK to take up the position of Executive Producer with Blast Theory.