Experimenta Speak To Me: 3 Days, 3 Programs

Experimenta is pleased to present Experimenta Speak to Me: 3 Days, 3 Programs from 2 - 4 August 2012. The program includes three individually curated events which will form a prelude to the launch of Experimenta Speak to Me in September.

Art Exhibition previously on at Experimenta in Melbourne precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Thursday 02 August 2012 to Saturday 04 August 2012

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SOUNDWWWALKS

Soundwwwalk performances are an emerging genre of live browser-based sound performances where plugin sound-collage meets multitab mixing, shamelessly blending the traditions of acoustic ecologies, pro-surfing and laptop performance. The artists take the audience on a sonic detour through the World Wide Web. All performances follow the Soundwwwalk One-Line-Manifesto: “All sound sources must be played in a browser, must not be self-produced and must be publicly accessible”. This event will feature performances of new Soundwwwalk compositions by Christopher LG Hill (AUS), Andreas Miranda (NL) and Antuong Nguyen (AUS).

Co-curated by Bernhard Garnicnig and Jared Davis.

$5 at the door. Limited capacity. No bookings.
Thursday 2 August 2012, 8pm
West Space, level one, 225 Bourke Street, Melbourne

VIDEO ART PROGRAM

Experimenta presents a one-night video art exhibition in dialogue with the themes of Experimenta Speak to Me, 5th International Biennial of Media Art, with works by Ann Hirsch (US), Eugenia Lim (AUS), and Yu Cheng-Ta (TW). Curated by Jared Davis.

Friday 3 August 2012, 6pm – 9pm
City Village alcove, ground level, 225 Bourke Street, Melbourne. FREE

NOBUHIRO SHIMURA, DRESS

A one-day exhibition of Japanese artist Nobuhiro Shimura’s projection installation Dress.

Nobuhiro Shimura is a projection artist who delights in presenting his work in public space. Reconfigurable and site-specific, his playful projections often repurpose everyday sites into exhibition spaces. His projections draw upon everyday materials and objects, such as paperclips, matches, buttons and sneakers. Seen both in galleries and public spaces, Shimura’s work has been projected onto ribbons, water, public walls and walkways.

Saturday 4 August 2012, 12pm – 6pm
City Village alcove, ground level, 225 Bourke Street, Melbourne. FREE