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1980 1 Nov10 Dec  
Watters Gallery Group Show, Group Exhibiton

video works: Marr Grounds: John Gillies: Sweeping 18min loop, silent, u-matic video (1980), performer: James Rodgers film presented on video: Joan Grounds & Alex Danko: We Should Call It a Living Room, 16mm film (1975), music: Rodger Frampton

2007 19 Oct31 Dec  
Workin' Down Under, Group Exhibition

WORKIN’ DOWN UNDER presents the work of six contemporary Australian artists who, through diverse media and approaches, explore issues of identity across cultures and time, including its own demise.

2001 15 Mar14 Apr  
New Releases: An International Survey of Recent Works on Video, Film and Video Exhibition

dLux MediaArts [] is a dynamic organisation dedicated to furthering innovative and experimental screen culture, dLux MediaArts is delighted to present in association with Gallery 4A and the Art Gallery of New South Wales. New Releases, an international survey of original video works orbiting in from over 17 countries curated...

1976 13 Nov19 Dec  
Biennale of Sydney: Recent International Forms in Art, Group Exhibition

Recent International Forms in Art : The 1976 Biennale of Sydney.Art Gallery of NSW, 13 November – 19 December, 1976.Directed by Tom McCullough

1990 November  
Second International Symposium on Electronic Art (SISEA), Exhibition

In November of 1990, ANAT coordinated the attendance of a cultural delegation at the Second International Symposium on Electronic Art (SISEA) in Groningen, the Netherlands.

2013 31 Aug12 Oct  
UNCO, Group Exhibition

UNCO – Australian Video Curated by Ian Haig ‘Five Production Company Logos in 3D’ August 31st – October 12th, 2013 Opening reception: Saturday August 31st, 6 – 9pm Torrance Art Museum 3320 Civic Center Drive Torrance, CA 90503

1991 20 Feb 9 Mar  
Endless House, One person exhibition

Three chnnel video installation at Rosylyn Oxley9 Gallery.

1992 1229 Feb  
Immortelle, One person exhibition

Single channel video projection installation at Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery.

2005 28 Oct12 Nov  
Leah Heiss: Elastic Field, Exhibition

Elastic Field is a body of work that experiments with the expansion of traditional notions of space through the development of electronically enhanced garments. The garments, when functional, allow for a peripheral layer of information to enhance our experience of the world. When at rest, they...

2013 8 Jun 1 Jul  
test pattern, Exhibition

A highlight of the ISEA 2013 program was the Australian premiere of test pattern, a large scale immersive installation by renowned Japanese artist Ryoji Ikeda. Like many of Ikeda’s works, test pattern represents the intense energies of massive digital data flows that increasingly shape our globalised world.

2013 2 May16 Jun  
Smoking Bolts, Exhibition

Three machines comprising Smoking Bolts occupy the walls of the Artspace gallery clearly marking new painting compositions that change progressively throughout the duration of the exhibition. These painting robots  are operated remotely by the artist in New Zealand and by Artspace staff to enact a trans-Tasman...

Portable Worlds 2nd Edition, Exhibition

Portable Worlds 2nd Edition toured nationally between 2008 - 2009, bringing exhibition and workshop programs to urban and regional Australia.  Portable Worlds 2nd Edition Exhibition is touring Regional South Australia in 2010/2011.

2010 413 Nov  
Nightshifters, Group Exhibition

Curated by Bec Dean The shift in time, space, perception and experience as day turns to night underpined this site-based installation project of moving-image works by eight of Australia’s foremost video and new media artists: Cordelia Beresford, Alexis Destoop, Samuel James, Angelica Mesiti, Kate...

2013 1 Jun 6 Jul  
Catching Light, Exhibition

Campbelltown Arts Centre brought together 5 creative innovators from the analogue and early digital eras to mentor to collaborate and exchange ideas with 5 ‘new generation’ artists from various disciplines – art, sound and performance – who have chosen these technologies as the most appropriate channel of enquiry for their...

2005 326 Feb  
Crying Man 4, One person exhibition

Crying Man 4 (from the series Tears for What Was Done) by Lyndal Jones Produced with the assistance of Kate Richards and the School of Creative Media, RMIT University, Melbourne. The work was developed during a residency at the Artspace studios. Media: 3 channels of video; sync sound; flown double sided screens

2008 24 May20 Jul  
Darwin with Tears, One person exhibition

Lyndal Jones: Darwin with Tears, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art

Spitfire 1,2,3, One person exhibition

Melbourne University The Lyndal Jones film Spitfire was developed as a video and sound installation across a number of rooms of the gallery. curated by Lynne Cook

2013 30 May16 Jun  
This is Video, Exhibition

Featuring work by: Pam Brown, Warren Burt, Peter Callas, David Chesworth, Malcolm Ellis, Mick Glasheen, Miles Green, Marr Grounds, Stephen Jones, Peter Kennedy, Eva Krczag, Gilly Leahy, Bob Pollock, David Perry, Paul Pholeros, Jill Scott, Bush Video, Bruce Tolley

2002 September  
BORDERPANIC 2002, Exhibition

BORDERPANIC was a project in September 2002, held in Sydney, that brought together artists, media makers and thinkers who are questioning the world's geopolitical and metaphorical borders.

1975 28 Aug28 Sep  
Performance, Documents, Film, Video, Film and Video Exhibition

As part of the season Arts Victoria 75, the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) ran an exhibition of post-object artworks called Performance, Documents, Film, Video, curated by Geoff Burke and Jennifer Phipps.

Alternative Realities, Exhibition

Alternative realities: Australia Artists Working with Technology Peter Callas, Moira Corby, Ross Harley, Rosemary Laing, Patricia Piccinini Curated by Rachel Kent Ian Potter Gallery, June 15-July 28, 1995 Alternative realities was a touring exhibition organised by the University of Melbourne Museum of Art and the Asialink Centre, supported by the Visual Arts/Craft Board of the Australia Council, and...