RECHARGE: The Experimenta 6th International Biennial of Media Art explores whether artists lead us to entirely new modes of consciousness. Featuring work from more than 15 acclaimed Australian and international artists.
From unconventional perspectives, can experimental artists illuminate existing knowledge and meaning for a new generation? The Experimenta 6th International Biennial of Media Art explores whether artists lead us to entirely new modes of consciousness. Featuring work from more than 15 acclaimed Australian and international artists, whose work is consciously inspired by and entangled with the past whilst using the most contemporary of tools. Public programs: Thur 27 Nov 6-8PM/ Fri 28 Nov 12-3PM/ Sat 29 Nov 12-2PM, 4-5PM: “Mapping Our Media Art” What would a map of Australian media art look like? Come and share your story with Leisa Shelton in this audience inclusive artwork. Talks & Special Events: Fri 28 Nov (RMIT Gallery open until 7pm) 12.30-2PM: Curator’s Tour & Meet the Artists. 5–6PM: Book Launch: Matthew Perkins, Video Void: Australian Video Art. 6–8PM: Kaleide Theatre Film Screening & Q&A: Google and The World Brain. Opening Weekend seminar & talk: Sat 29 Nov,1–1.30PM: Artist Talk with Ei Wada at RMIT Gallery. Artist Panel Discussions at The Green Brain, Storey Hall, RMIT:1.30PM Echoes From the Past: Svenja Kratz, Khaled Sabsabi, Abel Korinsky.2.30PM: Digital Age Archive Makers: Leisa Shelton, Danny Van Der Kleij,Emma Ramsay. 3.30PM: Embodied Knowledge: Garry Stewart, Anaisa Franco, Maree Clarke. Bookings essential for all events. 03 9925 1717/ firstname.lastname@example.org
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