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Collective Exhibition – From Friday, March 18 to Saturday, April 2

Université de Nouvelle-Galles du Sud, Sydney

Australia / 14'54
Galerie Dolet, Crous Clermont Auvergne, 25 rue Étienne Dolet, Clermont Ferrand

The University of New South Wales, Sydney (UNSW) is a leading Australian public comprehensive research and teaching university based in Sydney. Historically a technologically focussed university, it was pivotal in the development of modern solar technology, quantum computing and the hydrogen battery. It covers all disciplines from Fine Art to the Defence Force Academy.

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The Moving Image stream at the University of New South Wales draws on students from Fine Arts, Media Arts and Design. It builds on the long history of video art and experimental film production and scholarship at UNSW going back to its student’s involvement with Nam June Paik and Charlotte Morman in the 1970s. The Advanced classes in Moving Image (represented here) are convened by artist John Gillies.


Circle/Modern Sisyphus / Golshan Shokouhidehkordi / 2021 / 1’57

Myth has it that Sisyphus rolled the boulder up the hill, and it would roll all the way back down, again and again. He had to repeat it for eternity with all the action being in vain. This work is an artistic look at Time and how we as human beings are trapped in it-our futile effort to capture its essence and unravel its mystery. ‘Circle’ is a drawing of Time.

Oizys / Harriet Murphy / 2021 / 5’03

The goddess of grief wanders a void world in search of meaning in suffering.

I know you are but what am I? / Lucy Teague / 2021 / 5’13

I know you are but what am I? questions the persistent control over women’s bodies and their inescapable objectification. By displacing the viewer from their preconceived notions through visual aesthetics of horror and post-cyber feminism, a sense of ambiguity and discomfort is created.

Glitch Gaga / Levent Dilsiz / 2021 / 3’01

« Glitch Gaga » was made using 3D models of pop-star Lady Gaga modelled using photogrammetry and Aaron Jackson’s volumetric face reconstruction demo. The models, created from images found in all-sorts of corners of internet, shift and merge between each-other creating a fluid agglomerate collage of simulacrum and cyber-memories.

Don’t Feed It / Dutches Solomon / 2021 / 1’40

Animation/video drawn on paper, scanned and animated digitally.


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