EXPERIMENTA VANISHING POINT AT THE ART GALLERY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA, ADELAIDE
As part of the Adelaide Film Festival’s Art + The Moving Image strand, the Experimenta Vanishing Point exhibition and video jukebox presents media art and videos inspired by the twisted realities of Alice in Wonderland and Being John Malkovich.
Showcasing the works of Australian and international digital media artists, filmmakers, scientists, video artists, animators and sound artists working at the forefront of new media
art, the exhibition features miniature worlds and photographs that come to life. This is an exhibition of artworks you can touch and play with: art like you’ve never experienced.
Media and video artists featured: Narinda Reeders & David MacLeod
(Australia) :: June Bum Park (Korea) :: Shaun Gladwell (Australia) ::
Daniel Crooks (Australia) :: Minim++ (Japan)::Grant Stevens (Australia)::
Julie C. Fortier (France):: William Wegman (USA)::Penny Cain (Australia).
Dates: 16 February – 10 March
Venue: Art Gallery of South Australia, North Terrace, Adelaide
Hours: Open every day 10am – 5pm
LUNCHTIME TALK BY CAROLINE FARMER
Take a journey through a wonderland of interactive media art with Caroline Farmer, Executive Director of Experimenta, and find out what inspired the artists to create such flights of the imagination.
Date: Tuesday 20 February, 12.45pm
Venue: Art Gallery of South Australia.
Free. No bookings required
For more information about the artists featured and images of the artworks please visit; http://www.experimenta.org/vanishingpoint/adelaide.htm