D-Fuse: Surface

Re-Imagining the City

Groundbreaking London media collective D-Fuse will be on the streets in Melbourne with five local artists to produce Surface, a must see sonic live cinema that adds its Melbourne experience to an evolving work with artists across East Asia.

Art Exhibition previously on in Melbourne precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Thursday 27 March 2008 to Thursday 27 March 2008

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The Re-imagining the City tour will travel to eight countries across Asia and Australasia throughout 2008. This event will feature a specially curated onedotzero screening programme, panel discussions and the D-Fuse live audiovisual show ‘Surface’, commissioned for Re-Imagining the City.

Acclaimed media collective D-Fuse have a credit list of ground breaking collaborations as diverse as with musician Beck, the London Symphony Orchestra, The Victoria and Albert Museum and New York’s Tribeca Film festival. D-Fuse encourage their audience to reflect on the process of creating art in a multi-dimensional, multi-sensory way, and after packed out shows in 2007 are not to be missed!

The D-Fuse artist collaboration will take place in Melbourne, with live performances of Surface, screenings of graphic cities, and panel discussion in both Melbourne and Brisbane. This project is being supported by the Geoplaced Knowledge Project within the RMIT Design Research Institute.

Also screening on Sunday March 30 is graphic cities, a collection of short films curated by UK digital producers onedotzero, which compare and contrast urban futures in real and imagined cities, followed by a panel debate with UK creatives Shane Walter (onedotzero Director), Barney Steel (D-Fuse), and Australia’s Marcus Westbury (This Is Not Art festival director, writer and media maker).

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