The ‘Purrumbete Verandah’ video has been curated into the Berlin Director’s Lounge. From the website: PLACENESS Australian video artists respond to the notion of place and explore through the physical and mnemonic how locations impact on the ways in which art and land coexist within the image. – curated by Shaun Wilson
Entries Tagged as 'locative painting'
February 2nd, 2012 · No Comments · Publications
August 8th, 2010 · No Comments · research
The Stony Rises Project exhibition opened on 22nd July and I finally finished off the video work ‘Purrumbete Verandah’, I made specifically for this travelling exhibition. The exhibition was reviewed in ‘The Age’ – Rock art, but not as we know it. Robert Nelson the reviewer referred to the video work ‘Purrumbete Verandah’. Pondering the […]
July 15th, 2009 · No Comments · PhD
Prof Harriet took this picture of me up on a stone wall (stony rise) getting a GPS photo of the LARRA HOMESTEAD, MT. ELEPHANT IN DISTANCE, 1857 Eugene Von Guerard location in the Corangamite Shire. The wind was whistling across the scoria plains cold as b and getting a steady shot was no easy job. […]
July 2nd, 2009 · No Comments · research
The Double Life contemporary art exhibition opened last night at the RMIT Project Space/Spare Room. With a life in the city and in the country these artist/researchers work with their rural environments. A few pictures from the opening. Curator Lisa Byrne. An ash stencil on the floor ‘Bastards Neck’ part of Lesley Duxbury’s work. Talking […]
May 27th, 2009 · No Comments · research
I found this article ‘Linking geographical facts with cartographic artifacts” by Bill Cartwright really useful when I first started thinking about issues around to many talking heads in the Real Vision: Colombia prototype developed with World Vision and the final Bogota:Colombia online version. The age-old documentary problem of there being to many expert opinions (as […]
March 29th, 2009 · No Comments · design
Google Maps API for flash demo gallery supplied by Dan for the LP project. I need to spend some time browsing here.
November 24th, 2008 · No Comments · PhD
In my last GRC, my revised summary of my research took a nose-dive into the trash as what I seem to have been avoiding came back and bit me on the behind. Now, as I look at the 40-odd thousand words ahead and writing up the projects I have been cooking for the last few […]