Vince Dziekan, SCEMFA researcher-in-residence

Vince Dziekan Exhibition ResearchSCEMFA is delighted to welcome Vince Dziekan as researcher in residence until early May 2008. Vince is Senior Lecturer in Digital Imaging and Deputy Head Multimedia & Digital Arts at Monash University (Melbourne, Australia), where he is an artist/curator/writer whose practice encompasses photography, new media and curatorial projects including the recent REMOTE exhibition

He is currently working on a research project that focuses on curatorial design and the implications of the digital on how exhibitions are mediated. This investigation broaches the broader issue of the relationship of art to its institutionalized spaces and forms part of his PhD research project “Without Walls: Virtuality and the Art of Exhibition”.

SUBOTRON social meetings : custom built interfaces

voice mod

SUBOTRON Fridays, March – April 16:00 – 18:00 Museumsquartier / quartier21 / electric avenue, 1070 Vienna.

MQ, quartier21 artist in residence, experimental media phenomenon sister0 will move her amphitheatrum sapientiae seternae to the Subotron shop. She will be there creating tweaking and testing her game-mods; mutant dolls & curiosa embedded with hacked gamepads. Among other things, This can be played like instruments to divine audio samples and modify vocals. Interaction demos here

Animation Day

Wednesday 5 March 2008, 11am – 3.30pm at The Slade Research Centre, Woburn Square

Dryden Goodwin screening and discuss Flight commissioned by Chisenhale Gallery and Animate! With a focus on drawing and stop frame animation. Richard Bevan and Johann Lurf show 16mm film and video work and discuss the use of customised cameras, light and duration in their work. Francesca Anfossi, Kitty Clark and William Hurt introduce their hand-made videos. Chris Cornish, Sophie Eagle and Tom Lomax discuss the use of 3D software as a drawing tool. Super 8 screenings by Ian Chan and Thomas Clark. Followed by videos by Tomoko Aoki, Martin John Callanan, Alejandro Cano, Michael Duffy, Kala Newman, Jenny Rush, Thomson & Craighead and Yang Zhu. Organised by Louisa Fairclough