Supermarket: audio-visual immersion

Adelaide Fringe season, Mercury Cinema (The Iris), Adelaide

Brace yourself for the Supermarket experience; a performed fusion of original experimental cinema and dynamic electronic music. Created in the USA, Canada and Australia, South Australian artists Dan Monceaux and Emma Sterling remix real and imagined space like you’ve never felt it before.

Art Exhibition previously on in Adelaide precinct, South Australia, Australia.
From Thursday 28 February 2008 to Sunday 02 March 2008
Launch Thursday 28 February 2008, Performance followed by artist talk. Doors at 8pm, finishes at 9.30pm.

Supermarket: audio-visual immersion (Adelaide Fringe season) image

Published by danimations on Thursday 31 January 2008.
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For the past two years, South Australian danimations artists Dan Monceaux and Emma Sterling have been developing an exciting new body of work in the new media sphere. A balance of original electronic music and projected experimental imagery, Supermarket is now open for business- providing food for the soul and a feast for the senses. From celluloid and animated rhythm studies to video sampled mash-up, the Supermarket ride is stream of consecutive non-verbal, circular narratives, post-modern parodies and abstract screen-dances. Fronted by a keyboard player and a VJ, the hybrid performance has been road-tested in fine art, micro-cinema, electronic music and educational environments at home and abroad.


Mercury Cinema (The Iris)
13 Morphett St
Adelaide, SA 5000