Playing with Time – Tech Talk
with Antoinette J. Citizen

9 October 2017 - MELBOURNE

Is time a perception relative to our experience in the world? Why does time feel like it speeds up or slow down as our lifestyle changes? ‘Apparatus and Method for Time Displacement’ is a series of wearable devices that challenge our expectations of time and offers audiences to take control of their own experience. Join Experimenta Make Sense artist Antoinette J. Citizen as she investigates the idea of the ‘extreme present’ and demonstrates how to use her devices to affect visuals and audio perceptions.

Experimenta Make Sense is an exhibition that expresses the disconcerting and delightful world of the digital age. Both playful and challenging, this exhibition asks audiences to immerse their senses into a ‘thinking’, ‘feeling’ and ‘doing’ contemplation of what it is to be human in the technologically accelerating information society.

This is a special Seniors Festival Event, including morning tea. We welcome seniors (and their carers) to join us for a first-hand insight into media art in this engaging artist led session.

 

Click here to view Antoinette’s Experimenta Make Sense artwork.

WHEN:

Monday 9 October, 2017, 10am - 11am


WHERE:

RMIT Gallery, 344 Swanston Street, Melbourne

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COST:

Free. Bookings essential.

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About the Artist

Antoinette J. Citizen is an Australian visual artist working in Melbourne. Combining disparate technologies and performance strategies, Citizen employs a range of materials and methods from emerging technology, computer programming, electronics, paper-based works, kinetic sculptures and installations. Citizen holds a BFA with Honours from QUT, and was awarded a PhD in Visual Art from RMIT for research on the quantified self in 2015. Citizen’s work has been exhibited widely in Australia, in both solo and group shows including – GOMA (Brisbane), MUMA (Melbourne), Artspace (Sydney), West Space (Melbourne), IMA (Brisbane), Casual Powerhouse (Sydney), Ryan Renshaw (Brisbane) and Linden Centre for Contemporary Arts (Melbourne). Citizen has also had work shown in international exhibitions in Luxembourg, Germany, United Kingdom, Milan and New Zealand.

www.antoinettejcitizen.com