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Eclipse, Video and Film Screening

A program of film, slide and video art at the Sydney Observatory. The program was curated and coordinated by Barbara Campbell in associuation with the Powerhouse Museum and Sydney Intermedia Network (SIN) the new name of the Super 8 Group. This was the first event presented by SIN.

Farewell to Meng Haoran at Yellow Crane Tower, Barbara Campbell, Performance

Performed by Barbara Campbell and Yu Bao Di, Minto, New South Wales, 2010, DVD, no sound Screened at: New Work Old Tricks, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Sydney (30 April - 7 August, 2011)Curator: Susan Gibb Farewell to Meng Haoran at Yellow Crane Tower is a video document of a performance Campbell made...

1990 1024 Mar  
Matinaze 1990, Film and Video Exhibition

A selection of Australian film and video art presented by the Sydney Super 8 Film Group at the Domain Theatre, Art Gallery of NSW during March 1990. It featured works by Victoria Dawson, Melanie El Mir, Dennis Wilcox and Derek Kreckler, Liz Watts, David Opitz, Rosie Cross, Stephen Cummings, Barbara Campbell,...

1996 2 9 Mar  
Matinaze 96, Performance

Survey of Australian Screen Arts presented by Sydney Intermedsia Nework at the Art Gallery of NSW, Domain Theatre.

2009 9 November  
Newsrub, Barbara Campbell, Performance

“Every day, people create events, that create words, that create pictures, that people see, that people touch, that people read, that people say, that people hear, that people mishear, that people argue against, that people refuse to believe, that people have barely scanned, that people don’t have time for, that...

1994 26 May  
Performance on Screen, Video and Film Screening

This selection of works brings together screen interpretations of performance spanning a 23 year period. curated by Barbara Campbell in association with the Ivan Dogherty Gallery and The Performance Space a Sin-E-Scope screening for 25 Years of Performance Art in Australia Performance Space, Sydney

Zero Hour, Barbara Campbell, Amanda Stewart, Stevie Wishart, Performance

zero hour was a live audio performance by Barbara Campbell with quest artists Amanda Stewart and Stevie Wishart. It was "a contemporary reconstruction of a 1944 broadcast of the same name. The original program was produced by Radio Tokyo and intended as a propaganda program for Allied troops in the Pacific. This audience...

1995 19 August  
Colour of Time, screening program

Arthur & Corinne Cantrill: experiments with colour in film.  This screening looked at one of the recurring interests in Arthur and Corinne Cantrill's films - the exploration of colour.   Domain Theatre, Art Gallery of New South Wales.     Introduction:

2003 9 Apr 6 Jul  
Maria Fernanda Cardoso: Zoomorphia, One person exhibition

Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney video work: Chicken Face, Fish Face, Bat Face / Cara de Gallina, Cara de Pescado, Cara da Murcielago 2002-2003 made in collaboration with Ross Rudesch Harley

Deep Immersion: Scientific Serendipity, Residency

In 1999 ANAT commenced the Deep Immersion: Scientific Serendipity series of artist/science residencies.

FutureScreen Artificial Life: Hard|Soft|Wet Exhibition 2, Exhibition

The second exhibition associated with FutureScreen Artificial Life: Hard|Soft|Wet Program.

2013 8 Jun21 Aug  
Semipermeable (+), Group Exhibition

Presented by ISEA2013, SymbioticA and the Powerhouse Museum. Semipermeable (+) looks at the membrane as a site, metaphor and platform for a series of artistic interventions and projects, some commissioned specifically for the exhibition and others selected from the many projects developed at SymbioticA (an artistic ...

1999 10 Jun 3 Jul 99, Video and Film Screening and Exhibition

Presented by d/Lux/MediaArtsCurated by Alessio Cavallaro Australia's premier annual showcase of inter/national experimental digital film, digital video, computer animation and cd-rom art. CD-ROM exhibitionThursday 10 June-Saturday 3 JulyArtspace43-51 Cowper Wharf Rd, Woolloomooloo Film/Video/Animation46th Sydney Film FestivalFriday 18 June, 5.15pmAcademy Cinemas 3A Oxford St, Paddington

d>art Screening, Video and Film Screening

Screening of selected experimental film, video and animation from d>art 98 and d>art 99Produced and Presented by d/Lux/MediaArts Sydney, AustraliaDuration 56 minutes

Peter Callas: Initialising History, Exhibition

Peter Callas: Initialising History was a 20 year retrospective centered on the work of Peter Callas, one of Australia's most distinguished electronic media artists, curator and writer. It toured Australia and internationally, with exhibitions at

1992 913 Nov  
Third International Symposium on Electronic Art (TISEA), Exhibition

TISEA: Cultural Diversity in the Global Village The Third International Symposium on Electronic Art (TISEA) was held in Sydney, 9-13 November, 1992. It is generally referred to as a watershed moment in the development of media arts in Australia, bringing together a mix of leading Australian and international artists and thinkers...

2005 14 Apr17 Jun  
1989 130 Sep  
Attitude, screening program

Attitude Film & Video Event Presented by the Sydney Super 8 Film Group Inc. The Attitude Film & Video Event was held at various venues in Sydney throughout September, 1989. 

2000 8 Jun 2 Jul  
d>Art 00, Screening

Australia's premier annual showcase of innovative film, video, cd-rom, web & sound art by local and international artists.

1988 20 Apr 1 May  
Splash: The Sydney Film & Video Event, Film and Video Exhibition

Splash: The Sydney Film & Video Event April 20 – May 1, 1988 Event Co-ordinator: Simon Cooper Forums Co-ordinator: Susan Charlton A program of film and video art screenings held in Sydney.

1990 316 Sep  
Towards a New Aesthetic, Exhibition

This exhibition was coordinated by ANAT and co-curated by Caron Ward (Project & Administrative Assistant, ANAT) and Rhonda O’Meara (Consultant & Director, TEXCAD), and organised as a major component of the AUSGRAPH 90 Art Program.

Cyber Cultures: Sustained Release, Group Exhibition

Cyber Cultures: Sustained Release was a program of new media exhibitions featuring leading new media artists from Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. The program was made up of four exhibition capsules which explore the impact on new technologies on human life and culture: Infectious Agents, Posthuman Bodies, New...