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2002 30 Jul31 Aug  
d>art02 Adelaide, Video and Film Screening and Exhibition

Presented by d/Lux/MediaArts d>art02 SCREENMercury CinemaTuesday 30 July, 7.30pm d>art02 EXHIBITIONExperimental Art FoundationGestural Installations + InteractivesThursday 1 August – Wednesday 31 August

2002 11 August  
d>art02 Brisbane, Video and Film Screening

Presented by d/Lux/MediaArtsState Library of QueenslandSunday August 11, 2pm + 3.30pm

2002 26 June  
d>art02 Melbourne, Video and Film Screening

Presented by d/Lux/MediaArtsCinema NovaLygon Street, CarltonWednesday June 26, 7.30pm

2003 1119 Jun  
1997  
Deep Immersion: Elendil + System X, Residency

The fourth online residency of the 'deep immersion: creative collaborations' project.

1997  
Deep Immersion: Keith Netto + Electric.Music.Group, Residency

The second online residency of the 'deep immersion: creative collaborations' project to develop SonicForm, a web based sound project.

1997  
Deep Immersion: low key operations/nude productions + AltX, Residency

The third online residency of the 'deep immersion: creative collaborations' project.

1997  
Deep Immersion: Terri Ann White and trAce, Residency

This was the first online residency of the Deep Immersion: creative collaborations' project.

2002  
1993  
Digital Betacam Video Tape Format Released, Technical Innovation

Digital Betacam (commonly referred to as DigiBeta, D-Beta, DBC or simply Digi) was ldeveloped by Sony. It supersedes both Betacam and Betacam SP, while costing significantly less than the professional D-1 format.

1995  
DV Video Format Released, Technical Innovation

DV was a compressed standard definition digital video format lauched in 1995. DV equipment was generally significantly cheaper than previous digital video formats. Domestic and professional camcorders recorded this format onto magnetic tape cassettes either as a PAL or NTSC signal. Audio was recorded as uncompressed linear PCM.

1995  
DVD Format Released, Technical Innovation

The DVD (digital versatile disc) optical disc storage format was invented and developed by Philips, Sony, Toshiba, and Panasonic in 1995. They provided high storage capacity and digital video playback on a disc of the same dimeonsionas as a Compact Disc (CD). DVD was seen as an inexpensive format to replace...

1990 2528 Nov  
Eclipse, Video and Film Screening

Eclipse A program of film and video art curated by Barbara Campbell and Andrew Frost. Presented by Sydney Intermedia Network in association with the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences. OPEN THE KINGDOMAndrew Frost6 mins. 1988. Produced on Super 8. Screening on VHS

1969  
EIAJ Type Video Tape Released, Technical Innovation

Sony and other cmpanies release the EIAJ Type 1 open reel video tape format. The format offered black-and-white (and later colour) video recording and playback on 1/2" magnetic tape on a 7"-diameter open reel, with portable units using smaller 5"-diameter reels.

1988 1827 Nov  
Experimenta: Australia's First National Exhibition of Art Film and video, Festival

Experimenta : Australia's first national exhibition of art film and videoMelbourne, Nov. 18th-27th, 1988presented by Modern Image Makers Association Inc. (MIMA) State Film Theatre, City Gallery, 200 Gertrude Street Gallery, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, National Gallery of Victoria.

1997 131 May  
Faces, One person exhibition

Solo work by Sue Ford at the Australian Centre for Photography.

1979  
Fairlight CMI released, Technical Innovation

The Fairlight CMI (Computer Musical Instrument) is a digital sampling synthesizer. It was designed in 1979 by the founders of Fairlight, Peter Vogel and Kim Ryrie, and based on a dual-6800 microprocessor computer designed by Tony Furse in Sydney, Australia. It rose to prominence in the early 1980s and competed...

1979  
Fairlight CMI released, Technical Innovation

The Fairlight CMI (Computer Musical Instrument) is a digital sampling synthesizer. It was designed in 1979 by the founders of Fairlight, Peter Vogel and Kim Ryrie, and based on a dual-6800 microprocessor computer designed by Tony Furse in Sydney, Australia. It rose to prominence in the early 1980s and competed...

1984  
Fairlight CVI released, Technical Innovation

Fairlight (Sydney) releases the Computer Video Instrument (CVI). The CVI was used extensively by artists such as Jill Scott and Peter Callas, often in a pair (or more) cascading from one to the other. It had a small graphic tablet in the control panel but a larger one could be...

1987  
Feeding the 1992 Field, Screening

Screening Chauvel Cinema Paddington, Sydney