The Sydney Symposium ʻSYNERGIES - New Consciousness for our Futureʼ is an event where people from all walks of life can get together with professionals from the worlds of Art and Science, lateral and spiritual thinkers, to engage in discussion and to foster contacts; to stimulate a positive and creative thought process.
Photography by | Deborah Turnbull's iPhone
Organised by Derek Williamson at the Powerhouse Museum, Art/Science speed dating included a Beta_space project assimilate, by Damian Hills; the Face to Face installation featuring CAM; a collaboration between Matthew Connell and Matt Huyhn resulting in a graphic novel on maths; and a performance by Michaela Davies and Kerry Ambler titled Subsoma.
It was a good night, look for further details in the upcoming PHM quarterly publication, POWERLINE.
Photography by | Aram Dulyan
This art + sport experience involves an all girl flat track roller derby game, 9 October 2010 @ the Hordern Pavillion, sensors on the helmets of players, and a live data feed their five artworks, generating digital elaborations of the moves and collisions on track.
BLOODBATH is a collaborative distributed artwork by Bump Projects in association with the Sydney Roller Derby League and funded by the Australia Arts Council. BLOODBATH features five artists (Linda Dement, Kate Richards, Sarah Waterson, Francesca da Rimini, and Nancy Mauro-Flude) with recognised track records in new media, data visualisation, mediated performance and/or work with embodiment or violence.
Photography by| Jonathon Delacour
Photography by| Aram Dulyan
About the project | EnergyAustralia has launched Grid Gallery, Sydney’s first permanent and public media-based gallery space dedicated solely to the exhibition of media art. Leo Burnett and New Media Curation have been commissioned to manage the gallery space and work with the community to display art.
Photography by | Aram Dulyan
Memory Flows is an ongoing and distributed media art project of the CMAI, funded by the Inter-Arts Board of the Australia Council for the Arts and the University of Technology, Sydney's Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.
Starting in June 2009, it will flow into and be distributed through exhibitions, groups shows, events, spaces – building its own full flow along the way, for a full exhibition in 2010, at the Newington Armory at the Sydney Olympic Park. The first distribution of Memory Flows works and works in progress were with Image Ecologies at UTS and with Liquid Architecture (Australia's foremost Sound Art Festival) at Performance Space at the Carriageworks site.
Photography by | Nathan James, Lightpop
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