Intelligent Dolphins: From Metaphysical TV to Remix Culture By Andrew Frost
Dr Andrew Frost delivers a lecture on the history of video art for dLux MediaArts at the University of New South Wales. This lecture is an education resource that supports the dLux MediaArts national touring exhibition: Scanlines.
An article by Stephen Jones written in 1986 for the history section of the Australian Video Festival, 1986, catalogue by Stephen Jones Preamble:
Bush Video Tharunka XL-5, August 1973, pp.6-9.
An Eccentric Orbit At a time when culture is increasingly understood in global terms, it is important that artworks produced outside the orbit of the mainstream are given due attention. Though it no longer seems feasible to define these spaces in terms of national identity, the search for distinguishing characteristics of...
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.
Looking at big issues in an understated way - this is how one might describe Jonathan Jones’ work and life philosophy. Based in Sydney, the contemporary aboriginal artist works in varied media, including printmaking, drawing, installation, and film; but he is perhaps best known for his site-specific installation pieces. Jones’...