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Australian Video: Figures in a Landscape

TERRA NULLIUS

TERRA NULLIUS
Zeitgenössische Kunst aus Australien
27. Januar - 22. März 2009

Eröffnung: 26. Januar 2009, 20 Uhr

Vernon AH KEE | Tony ALBERT | Richard BELL | BOAT-PEOPLE.ORG | Jon CAMPBELL | Destiny DEACON & Virginia FRASER | Julie DOWLING | Tina FIVEASH | George GITTOES | Claire HEALY & Sean CORDEIRO | Gordon HOOKEY | Dianne JONES | Mike PARR | PVI COLLECTIVE | Tony SCHWENSEN | Merran SIERAKOWSKI | SODA_JERK | SQUATSPACE | Natascha STELLMACH | Judy WATSON

Eine Ausstellung der ACC Galerie Weimar, co-kuratiert von Deborah Kelly (Sydney). Gefördert von der Kulturstiftung des Bundes. Mit freundlicher Unterstützung durch das Thüringer Kultusministerium, die Stadt Weimar, die Stiftung Federkiel und den Förderkreis der ACC Galerie Weimar.

John Gillies, Sydney
Vortrag in englischer Sprache.

Man, land and lamb, lost or found in the great south land, on 10.2.
Man, land and lamb, lost or found in the great south land, on 10.2.

Australian artist and academic John Gillies has a sustained interest in the complications and provocations of the European occupation of antipodean terrain. In his presentation he will screen and discuss 3 video works; his own 'Divide', Twilight' by Susan Norrie and David MacKenzie and Peter Callas' seminal computer animation work 'Night's High Noon: an Anti-Terrain'. He will also reference these works to the context of the exhibition Terra Nullius.

John Gillies is an Australian video artist, currently showing at the Tate Modern, London in Figuring Landscapes: Moving Image Artists from Australia and the UK. His recent work 'Road Movie (Part 1)' was featured in Video Logic at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney and at the Videoteque of Art Basel 08, Miami Beach. He is also a Senior Lecturer at the College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales researching the history of video art in Sydney. As part of this research he curated the Disappearing Video program at the Museum of Contemporary Art in 2008.

Dienstag, 10.02.2009, 20:00 Uhr, ACC Galerie
Eintritt: 3 € / erm.: 2 € / Tafelpass: 1 €