Electroprojections: Static Centre & G3 Artspace, Melbourne

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Kingston Arts presents
Electroprojections: Static Centre

Curated by Electrofringe Ltd
G3: Thur 13 Sep – Sat 13 Oct 2012

Kingston Arts continue to innovate their contemporary “arts in the ‘burbs” offering with another first for the City of Kingston. The forthcoming exhibition by Electrofringe presents a range of diverse, exciting and emerging projection artists from Australia and overseas, and will take over the G3 Artspace for a month from mid-September. The gallery has a street-facing, floor-to-ceiling window allowing the projections – which will be screened from sunset each evening of the exhibition – to be viewed from Parkers Road.

Electrofringe presents a year-round program of experimental electronic arts and culture dedicated to presentation, skills development and artistic exchange. The program focuses on uncovering emergent artforms with an emphasis on encouraging interaction between emerging and established artists.

Bryden Williams

Bryden Williams, Flying People 2011, Sydney AUS
Flying People is a playful celebration of the human body in motion – jumping figures held in mid air suspension by multiple video grabs loops and arranged to an unheard beat. Framing and projection create a playful illusion of continuous and jagged suspension of bodies in space, against the rugged rock bluffs and blue sky of Glen Davis, in Capertee Valley, NSW. The joy and movement of bouncing on a trampoline becomes selectively frozen and projected in HD video, evoking a weightless world of earth, sky and euphoria.

Clem Stamation

Clem Stamation, Farfloss 2011, Melbourne AUS

Danny Ford

Danny Ford, Threeeyedtiger.org 2012, Brisbane AUS
threeeyedtiger.org is an extension of my current interest in appropriated subcultural tropes, in this instance the imagery and language of an imagined organisation of ambiguous intent.
Danny Ford is a multidisciplinary artist, working within self imposed parameters of Painting Projects, Sculpture Projects and Image Capture Projects (video, film, photomedia). Ford’s artwork is process based, and concerned with the application of tactics and procedures to existing forms. Within this ongoing investigation, Ford’s practice operates as enquiry into the historical role of the art object, and the function of the contemporary artist.
Commencing his PhD in Media Arts in 2010, Ford’s work has been exhibited in exhibitions nationally and in 2007 was awarded the Melville Haysom Memorial Art Scholarship Award and the Jean Clarice Searle Research Award. http://www.danny-ford.com/

Evan Meaney

Evan Meaney, Ceibas Portrait 15 of 26 2010, Knoxville USA
“I used to say that I was a scientist and that these were my experiments” http://evanmeaney.com/

Graham Burchett

Graham Burchett, Self 2009, AUS

Isabella Andronos

Isabella Andronos, Motion Picture Ruins 2011, AUS

Mitch Goodwin

Mitch Goodwin, Electroshock 2004, Townsville AUS
Mitch Goodwin is a media artist and filmmaker formerly of the glitter strip, now crushing digital coconuts in Queensland’s Far North. Teaches at JCU / blogs at http://mitchgoodwin.com

Noxious Sector Collective

Noxious Sector Collective, The Haunt 6 2012, Seattle USA / Victoria CAN
NOXIOUS SECTOR is a formalized forum for informal inquiry. Dedicated to the exploration of questions of the imaginative, the paranormal and the absurd, Noxious Sector attempts to redefine the meaning of artistic possibility through extended propositions that challenge consensual norms while also provoking stimulating forums for dialogue and discourse. Noxious Sector is an ongoing collaboration between artists Jackson 2bears, Ted Hiebert and Doug Jarvis. http://www.noxioussector.net

Paul Heslin

Paul Heslin, Black st (live in the Forêt de Marly‎) 2010, Melbourne AUS

Robert Crispe

Robert Crispe, Galax-sea Broadcast 2012, Townsville AUS

Robert Jarvis

Robert Jarvis, Virtual Proximity: Suburbia 2011, Melbourne AUS
Robert Jarvis is an audio-visual artist based in Melbourne, Australia. He works across video, music and software to create other worlds and technological playgrounds. Suburbia was produced as a music video for the improvised, audio-visual group Virtual Proximity. It was filmed in a dusty shed using a blend of stop motion animation and projection mapping. www.zealousy.com

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