Experimenta Make Sense – Up Late

19 May 2018 - Plimsoll Gallery, UTAS, Hobart

Join us for a special one-night only exhibition event as we attempt to investigate the world around us.

Both playful and thought provoking, Experimenta Makes Sense: International Triennial of Media Art asks audiences to immerse their senses into a ‘thinking’, ‘feeling’ and ‘doing’ contemplation of what it is to be human in an age of technological acceleration.

Experimenta Make Sense – Up Late will see the exhibition activated in new ways to provoke audiences to interact and connect. Engage with technology-driven art designed to activate your senses and enjoy performances from exhibiting artist Gail Priest and local  electronic media artist, Matt Warren.

Image Credit: Up Late event at Plimsoll Gallery UTAS (Hobart, 2018) featuring Matt Warren & Gail Priest. Photo by Julia Drouhin

WHEN:

Saturday 19 May 2018, 6pm-8pm

Performances by:

Gail Priest & Matt Warren

6:30 – 7:30pm


WHERE:

Loading dock and Plimsoll Gallery, School of Creative Arts, UTAS 37 Hunter St, Hobart

Directions


COST:

FREE

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Gail Priest is a Sydney-based artist with a multi-faceted practice in which sound is the key material of communication and investigation. Her work spans solo electro-acoustic performance and recordings, soundtracks for dance, theatre and video, and gallery installations. www.gailpriest.net

 

Matt Warren is a Hobart-based electronic media artist, musician, curator, radio presenter and writer.
His practice encompasses immersive electronic installation, sound works and single channel video.

His music and sound practice has a basis in both composition and improvisation. He is interested in the results of chance combination and random actions, referencing processes and ideas of John Cage, William S. Burroughs and Brian Eno. 

 He records and performs live solo and with collaborative music projects and has performed as part of the Damo Suzuki Network and the Hobart Improv Collective. He also regularly produces sound works, installation and video as part of the Unconscious Collective.

Photo Credit: Sally Rees