In this new interactive and generative work by Ernest Edmonds, two cities interact with one another across continents and time zones. In real time, images of audiences from each city are displayed in another city, so that a form of communication takes place through providing image and movement content.
Ernest Edmonds is represented by Conny Dietzschold Gallery and New Media Curation.
Photography by: Deborah Turnbull
There is a new, living, breathing exhibition taking up residency in the Powerhouse Museum. Created by interactive artist, Craig Walsh, this is a truly collaborative exhibition, with PHM Education, PHM Web Services, and external contractor IxC (The Interaction Consortium) working together to realise Walsh's design.
Artefact H10515 will inhabit the Switch House, Level 1, until August 2010.
A worldwide, collaborative installation, established by sisters Margaret and Christine Wertheim of the Institute For Figuring in Los Angeles, The Crochet Coral Reef is inspired by geometric models of hyperbolic space, originally developed by mathematician Dr Daina Taimina.
Linking the community through science, mathematics and craft, the project aims to fabricate a whole taxonomy of organic reef-like forms, created by using handicraft techniques that not only look like actual reef but that also draw on the same geometrical characteristics.
*Text from Dhub article: Crochet Coral Reef
Curated by Matthew Connell and produced by InStitches and the Sydney community.
Fashioning Now is an exhibition and symposium at University of Technology, Sydney 28 July – 28 August 2009
Investigating the way in which clothing is produced, used and discarded, Fashioning Now is an exhibition and accompanying symposium featuring innovative research projects from Australian and international practitioners.
Through a dynamic array of fashion garments, textile objects, photography, fashion illustration and time-based media, Fashioning Now seeks to highlight the diversity of sustainable solutions currently being explored by designers, researchers and manufacturers, while predicting possible scenarios for a future fashion industry.
The Fashioning Now website is an on-going project that aims to provide further information about the project initiatives, the exhibitors, case studies of best practice and links to helpful resources.
This project has been assisted by the New South Wales Government through its Environmental Trust. Fashioning Now is also supported by the University of Technology, Sydney and UTS Gallery.
Photography by: Aram Dulyan
Invited Artists: Ernest Edmonds, Brigid Costello, Maria Miranda & Norie Neumark, Sarah Gibson, Ian Gwilt, Eamon Davern
Curatorial Rationale: New Media artwork has moved beyond the recorded mediums of photography and film to encompass interactive, augmented, and generative works due to the appropriation of and reliance on digitization by its practitioners.
These emergent and evolving art forms exist, in the words of Ron Burnett, as image ecologies. This terminology references the exploratory way in which the average person navigates digital imagery in contemporary society. This exhibition will explore the collaborative way New Media Research initiatives within UTS are themselves example of creative ecologies.
By providing environments, tools, and instruction, these environments are instilling in their inhabitants (both students and collaborators) the ability to evolve alongside current technology in regard to new media art creation. This exhibition will showcase the production outputs of three leading UTS laboratories and studios: 1) the Creativity and Cognition Studios (FEIT); 2) the Centre for Media Arts Innovation (HSS); and 3) the Visual Communication course for School of Design (DAB).
Curator: Deborah Turnbull
Photographs by: Aram Dulyan
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