Char Soo is a four-screen video projection filmed in a four-sided Iranian bazaar that aims to capture a segment of life in an ever-changing world. The work, exhibiting at Carriageworks, explores and contemplates the notion of movement and the passing of time.
Interview with Tina Havelock Stevens: screen/video art
Tina Havelock Stevens is an interdisciplinary artist who works with sound, music, video, experimental documentary and performance. Ahead of her headline performance at Dark Mofo we caught up with Tina to talk about her unique craft.
Interview with David Capra: Motion Pictures, Teena the sausage dog, water-birthing and video art
Screen artist and co-director of Motion Pictures, David Capra, is known for his playful artwork, which invites audiences to take things a little less seriously while also encouraging their participation to bring meaning to each project.
Sydney Contemporary Video Art Exhibition and Virtual Reality The Hub
In the Festival Hub at Lower Town Hall, Sydney Contemporary returns for its second year, this time with the theme Australia in Focus. Also exhbiting at The Hub during Sydney Film Festival is Down the Rabbit Hole, an immersive futuristic screen/art exhibition and experience.
Interview with Matthew Bate: Stuck in the Middle with You
Jointly directed by award-winning filmmaker Matthew Bate and internationally acclaimed director/choreographer Gideon Obarzanek, Stuck In The Middle With You allows audiences to experience the thrill and energy of dance from a vantage point one can only dream of.
Western Sydney’s 22nd Century Colony is the setting for an ambitious audio-visual concert being performed this month by CuriousWorks, the media arts company making an impact in the region in the current era.
Emerging screen artist, Ludwig El Haddad has learnt his craft through numerous Screen Cultures programs at Information and Cultural Exchange (ICE), including Produce Perfect and Sling Shot, both of which are supported by Screen NSW.
Belinda King and Craig Anderson: Behind the scenes of Red Christmas
Rejoice! The great tradition of Christmas horror movies now has a mighty fine Australian addition. We caught up with the makers of Red Christmas to see what horrors they have in store for audiences at the film's World Premiere.
Eight years in the making, this intimate yet funny and uplifting film, features Suzy and her adventurer husband Jon Muir, who live a simple life off the grid - growing organic fruit and vegetables and caring for their chooks and sheep.