What is experimental today when 'performance art’ is undergoing a renaissance around the world? What we are seeing today is a new investigation into ephemeral art that is challenging the assumptions of an older generation.
A suite of events Inspired by the 150th publication anniversary of The Origin of Species, Darwin’s evolutionary treatise
Super Human: Revolution of the Species turned the spotlight on collaborations between artists and scientists and the impact these have on what it means to be human, now and into the future …
artificial intelligence chat with synthetic personalities by Guillaume Stagnaro …
1987 Australian Video Festival
Co-ordinator: Sally Couacaud, Assistant Co-ordinator: Kate Goodnow
Board members:Jill Scott – President, Annmarie Chandler – Vice President, Peter Callas, Michael Hobbs, Eddy Jokovich, Brian Langer, Jeremy Saxton
From the Catalogue:
Introduction: Jill Scott, President, Australian Video Festival
Welcome to the second annual Australian Video Festival where many answers will be found to explain why Video is growing so rapidly as a medium of expression …
Although Sydney had had a film festival since the 1950s, video came out of an entirely different trajectory — one of activism and experimental art that did not attract the art-film audience …
Residential three day program of workshops/seminars assessing Art and Technology. Australian participants included: Jill Scott, Joan Grounds, Jean Marc Le Pechoux, Allan Vizents, Martin Munz, Adam Boyd, Russell Lake, Barry Conyngham, Dr Peter Ellyard, Garry Benson, Stephanie Britton, Simon Biggs and Louise Dauth with a keynote address by Donald Brook
Art & Tech Seminar October 1985 EAF
Cross media/ multi media exhibition, artists exchange. Australian participation co-ordinated through Experimental Art Foundation. 60+ Australian artists represented by bookworks, film, video, and sound.
Therese Kenyon speaker and Guest artist in ANZART Auckland of 1985 in New Zealand.