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1979 1 November1980 31 May  
Videotapes from Australia. Report on return. (1980), Text: Report or Article

A REPORT ON THE TOUR OFVIDEOTAPES FROM AUSTRALIAIN NORTH AMERICA, November 1979 - March 1980.

2001 18 June2002 20 Jun  
Electro-matic Catalogue, Ian Andrews, Catalogue

Electro-maticPresented by d/Lux/MediaArtsDendy Opera Quays: 8.45pm 18 June  & 12.00pm 20 June 2001

2004  
Girlton 1.0, Kirsty Boyle, Photograph

Broadly speaking, the girltron series examines robots as subjects of culture, and perceptions people have of machines; with particular emphasis on how we personalise technology, and how these interactions make us feel. girltron 1.0 is photographic documentation of 3d mixed media sculptures, or conceptual characters I created...

2005  
Chronography, Kurt Brereton, Documentation

1978  
Chuck You Farley, Documentation

Living in a film co-op house in Darlinghurst, Kurt Brereton shot a 16mm black and white punk documentary Chuck You Farley focusing on the Sydney punk music and art scene.

2010  
Coal to Coral, Kurt Brereton, Video documentation

Performance animation 

2014  
dLux MediaArts interviews with Kurt Brereton & Kate Richards, Interview

Interviews with the artist conducted by dLux MediaArts as curatorial content for the survey exhibition 'Scanlines' which toured nationally in Australia, initially between February 2015 and March 2017.

19771978  
 
GLOSSARY of media art terms & tools, Documentation

This page is a glossary of media art terms, mainly excerpts of video interviews conducted by dLux Media Arts staff with artists exhibiting in Scanlines; a survey exhibition of four decades of media art in Australia that toured nationally from February 2015 until 2017.

 
Kurt Brereton 'Marking Time', Kurt Brereton, Video documentation

performance video animation, No10 Gallery, 2010 

1994  
An Eccentric Orbit, Press Release

Press release for the exhibition of Australian video art at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, in December 1994. “An exhibition of electronic works produced by more than thirty Australian media artists since the early 1990s is on view at The Museum of Modern Art through January 29, 1995. Premiering...

1990  
Some Liminal Aspects of the Technology Trade, Paper or essay

SOME LIMINAL ASPECTS OF THE TECHNOLOGY TRADE: VIDEO SCREENS VERSUS HORIZON IN TOKYO AND NEW YORK Essay by Peter Callas in Mediamatic, Vol. 5, No. 3, 1990

1989  
Attitude Film & Video Event - Leaflet 2, Barbara Campbell, Virginia Hilyard, Text: Report or Article

Created by Barbara Campbell & Virginia Hilyard. Lux is the second of 4 image-text collaborations to be released in leaflet form as part of the Attitude Film & Video Event.    

2013 October  
Interview with Barbara Campbell for Performance Perspectives, Interview

Interview by Diana SmithProducer and Editor Nick Garner

19711998  
Cantrills Filmnotes, Magazine

Video articles in Cantrills Filmnotes

1999  
d>art catalogue, Catalogue

Produced and Presented by d/Lux/MediaArts Selections from d>art 98 and d>art 99 Duration 56 minutes

 
Peter Callas: Initialising History - Foreword, Article

Introduction  Peter Callas: Initialising History is a three-component project centred around Peter Callas, one of Australia's most distinguished electronic media arts, curators and writers. Produced by dLux Media Arts with the financial assistance of the Australian Film Commission, this concentric focus offers a stimulating perspective of the vitality of Peter Callas' work,...

 
dLux MediaArts interviews with Leon Cmielewski

Interviews with the artist conducted by dLux MediaArts as curatorial content for the survey exhibition 'Scanlines' which toured nationally in Australia, initially between February 2015 and March 2017.

2014  
dLux MediaArts interviews with Leon Cmielewski & Josephine Starrs, Interview

Interviews with the artists conducted by dLux MediaArts as curatorial content for the survey exhibition 'Scanlines' which toured nationally in Australia, initially between February 2015 and March 2017.