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1985 28 Aug14 Sep  
Stranger Companion, Joan Brassil, One person exhibition

One-person exhibition by Joan Brassil at Rosyln Oxley9 Gallery.

First experimental television broadcast in Australia, Technical Innovation

"In 1934 the Royal Society, a scientific body, sponsored the first regular (although experimental) 30-line Baird system television transmissions in Australia. T.M. Elliot and Dr Val McDowell conducted these experiments in Brisbane." source:

Realtime, Issue 1, Magazine

Realtime: Theatre, Performance and the National Art Issue 1 Publisher: Open City Inc Editorial Team: Virginia Baxter, Keith Gallasch, Gregory Harvey, Annemarie Jonson, Catherine Lumby, John Potts, Michael Smith, Linda Wallace

1997 512 Apr  
Matinaze 1997, Video and Film Screening and Exhibition

Presented by Sydney Intermedia Network (SIN)Director: Alessio CavallaroDomain Theatre, Art Gallery of New South Wales SIN's seventh annual survey of Australian screen art. Experimental Film and Video ProgramSaturday 5 April, 1pmSaturday 12 April, 1pm

1999 10 Jun 3 Jul 99, Video and Film Screening and Exhibition

Presented by d/Lux/MediaArtsCurated by Alessio Cavallaro Australia's premier annual showcase of inter/national experimental digital film, digital video, computer animation and cd-rom art. CD-ROM exhibitionThursday 10 June-Saturday 3 JulyArtspace43-51 Cowper Wharf Rd, Woolloomooloo Film/Video/Animation46th Sydney Film FestivalFriday 18 June, 5.15pmAcademy Cinemas 3A Oxford St, Paddington

1971 23 Nov 7 Dec  
Video Tapes at Inhibodress, Group Exhibition

Over two evenings in late 1971, Mike Parr and Peter Kennedy presented 80 minutes of video tapes they had made over the previous months. These were recordings of performances of "art by instruction" in which the artist went about performing a task that may have put them under extreme pressure...

1986 1 Dec  
Peter Callas Marui Dept. Store Residency in Tokyo, Residency

Peter Callas takes up position as video artist in residence at the Marui Koendori Television/Ring World, in Tokyo, Japan. This is a seminal moment for Callas, and marks the start of a new approach to the making of video art works for a variety of contexts.

1982 422 Oct  
Stranger in the Landscape, Joan Brassil, One person exhibition

Joan Brassil, Stranger in the Landscape exhibition at Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery.

1983 121 Dec  
Kiru Umi No Yoni, One person exhibition

Peter Callas, Kiru Umi No Yoni (Cutting like the ocean), video installation, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery.

Fairlight CVI released, Technical Innovation

Fairlight (Sydney) releases the Computer Video Instrument (CVI). The CVI was used extensively by artists such as Jill Scott and Peter Callas, often in a pair (or more) cascading from one to the other. It had a small graphic tablet in the control panel but a larger one could be...

2008 7 8 Aug  
The Bland Project, Performance

Gravity Research Institute (GRI)Director: Alan SchacherPerformers: Ryuichi Fujimura, Teik-Kim Pok, Ari Ehrlich, Philip MillsDesign: Alan Schacher, Sean BaconVideo: Sean BaconFilm: Michelle MahrerComposer Musician: Boris BaberkoffLighting: Sydney BouhanicheMoving screen system: Russell Emerson

2001 1 Jun30 Nov  
Lyndal Jones: Aqua Profunda, Venice Biennale, One person exhibition

Aqua Profunda - life at the deep end49th Venice Biennale 2001: Lyndal Jones June - November 2001 Australia Council for the Arts Curator: John Barret-Lennard Project Manager: Global Art Projects

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...

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

2003 1218 Jun  
Future Perfect, Video and Film Screening

Presented by d/Lux/MediaArtsDendy Opera QuaysThursday 12 June, 2.10pmWednesday 18 June, 9pm To mark the Sydney Film Festivals 50th anniversary guest curators Brent Grayburn and Scott Donovan presented Future Perfect, an idiosyncratic tour of recent experimental film and video history, current digital practice and future directions in screen based media.

1999 29 May11 Jul  
The Liquid Medium: Video Art, Group Exhibition

Group exhibition at the Queensland Art Gallery. There is a certain behaviour of the electronic image that is unique . . . It's liquid, it's shapeable, it's clay, it's an art material, it exists independently.  

1997 14 Jun 9 Aug  
Tracey Moffatt: Free-Falling at Dia Centre for the Arts, One person exhibition

Press Release TRACEY MOFFATT: FREE-FALLING AT DIA CENTER FOR THE ARTS October 9, 1997-June 14, 1998 Sep 04, 1997

1989 8 December1990 2 Apr  
Satellite Cultures, Group Exhibition

Group show of Australian video art at the New Museum in New York.

1994 16 December1995 29 Jan  
An Eccentric Orbit: Video Art in Australia (Tour), screening program

Exhibition of Australian video art travelling to: 1994 Scene Nationale Les Plateaux, Angouleme, France Espace Lyonnais d'art  Contemporain, Lyon, France Dalhousie Art Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada            Cornell Cinema, Ithaca, New York, USA 1995

2001 18 Aug21 Oct  
Space Odysseys: Sensation & Immersion, Group Exhibiton

Art Gallery of New South Wales Artists included: Luc Courchesne, David Haines & Joyce Hinterding, Gary Hill, Làszlo Moholy-Nagy, Mariko Mori, Bruce Nauman, James Turrell and Lynette Wallworth