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Eclipse, Video and Film Screening

A program of film, slide and video art at the Sydney Observatory. The program was curated and coordinated by Barbara Campbell in associuation with the Powerhouse Museum and Sydney Intermedia Network (SIN) the new name of the Super 8 Group. This was the first event presented by SIN.

1996 2 9 Mar  
Matinaze 96, Performance

Survey of Australian Screen Arts presented by Sydney Intermedsia Nework at the Art Gallery of NSW, Domain Theatre.

1994 26 May  
Performance on Screen, Video and Film Screening

This selection of works brings together screen interpretations of performance spanning a 23 year period. curated by Barbara Campbell in association with the Ivan Dogherty Gallery and The Performance Space a Sin-E-Scope screening for 25 Years of Performance Art in Australia Performance Space, Sydney

1995 19 August  
Colour of Time, screening program

Arthur & Corinne Cantrill: experiments with colour in film.  This screening looked at one of the recurring interests in Arthur and Corinne Cantrill's films - the exploration of colour.   Domain Theatre, Art Gallery of New South Wales.     Introduction:

d>art Screening, Video and Film Screening

Screening of selected experimental film, video and animation from d>art 98 and d>art 99Produced and Presented by d/Lux/MediaArts Sydney, AustraliaDuration 56 minutes

1989 130 Sep  
Attitude, screening program

Attitude Film & Video Event Presented by the Sydney Super 8 Film Group Inc. The Attitude Film & Video Event was held at various venues in Sydney throughout September, 1989. 

2000 8 Jun 2 Jul  
d>Art 00, Screening

Australia's premier annual showcase of innovative film, video, cd-rom, web & sound art by local and international artists.

2001 1519 Jun  
D>Art 01 Film Video Animation, Screening

Radical, innovative, challenging, unexpected short works from all corners of the globe.

Mind the Steps!, Screening

Mind the Steps!: a selection of time-based art works produced in Australia Curator: Atanas DjonovPlatforma Video 7, Athens, Greece 2007Artists: Atanas Djonov, Alan Giddy, Cab Huf, Hobart Hughes, Peter Humble, Sandra Landolt, Sumugan Sivanesan, David Mackenzie, Kate Murphy, Lena Christine Obergfell, Helen Sturgess, Jamil Yamani, Mahmoud Yekta

Visual Purple, Screening

Also shown at St Kilda Film Festival in 1992. Part of "Dissonance: Aspects of Feminism and Art"

d>Art.04 Australian Screen, Screening

A collection of new Australian works by video and film artists who provoke and call out to be heard. Each take us on a journey of emotion and light that questions the way we tell stories and the way we see ourselves.

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.

1991 16 November  
The Open Channels Program and Famous for 30 Seconds, Screening

The Australian International Video Festival, 1991. [This entry is edited from the AIVF '91 catalogue entry and program notes. - SJ]

Australische Videos, Screening

Curators: Knut Gerwers & Brian Langer8 Kasseler Dokumentar Film und Videofest, Kassel, Germany 1991Artists: Jane Parkes, Jill Scott, Peter Callas, Mark Elliot, Tony Kastantos, Ron Saunders & Pamela Williams, Gregory Ferris, John McCormack, John Gillies

Telling Stories, Scanners of Memory, Screening

Curator: Brian LangerVideo Positive ’93, Unity Theatre, Newcastle UK

2002 1319 Jun  
d>art02, Video and Film Screening

Presented by d/Lux/MediaArtsCurator: Leah Grycewicz  d>ART02  LAUNCHMuseum of Contemporary Art 140 George St, The RocksThursday 13th June 6-9pm OPEN Friday 14th + Saturday 15th 10am - 5pm

1997 29 Oct 4 Nov  
Body of Information, screening program

ANAT were invited to present a program of Australian video and new media artworks at Gallery Connexion in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. Body Of Information was an eclectic selection of work, which interrogated a range of issues faced by Australian artists; exploring identity, critiquing the decentred subject, interrogating heritage, tearing up...

Synchresis, Screening

Michael Chion defined the term Synchresis to mean “the spontaneous and irresistible weld produced between a particular auditory phenomenon and visual phenomenon when they occur at the same time.”

MAAP 2002, Exhibition

MAAP 2002 (Multimedia Art Asia Pacific), previously staged in Brisbane, was held in Asia for the first time.