Anaisa Franco Paranoia 2010, Reactive sculpture, 15 x 11 x 20 cm, (Installation image from RMIT Gallery Opening of Recharge 6th International Biennial of Media Art 2014 - Photography Michelle Jarni)
Svenja Kratz, The Contamination of Alice: Instance #8 2014, plaster, glass, steel, MDF, diffused LED lighting, Raspberry Pi micro computer, Agar-agar, nutrients, Saos-2 cells DNA, perspex, sand, mini projector, video, sound, 153 x 103 x 75 cm (Artist with guests at RMIT Gallery Opening of Recharge 6th International Biennial of Media Art 2014 - Photography Michelle Jarni)
Experimenta is supported by the Australia Council for the Arts, the Australian Government’s arts funding and advisory council, Screen Australia, the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria, and International Art Services, Australia.
The Experimenta network extends far and wide with supporters united by their interest in art, digital media, science and technology, and design. It includes artists, designers, start-ups, government agencies, universities, philanthropists, scientists, technologists, corporations, cultural relations agencies, museums, galleries and those believing in the value of risk, experimentation, and boundary-pushing creativity.
We are deeply grateful to all our donors and benefactors for their contribution to Experimenta, and invite anyone interested in supporting or partnering with Experimenta to please contact us.
Your support is essential to MEDIA ART IN AUSTRALIA. IT HELPS EXPERIMENTA to COMMISSION AMBITIOUS WORK, ADVOCATE FOR ARTISTS, AND extend audience engagement with our programs.
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Image: (left – right) Justine Hyde and Des Cowley from State Library Victoria with Jonathan Parsons, Director, Experimenta, 2014.
Experimenta builds strong, diverse partnerships in the arts sector. Throughout our history we have worked with community art centres in rural areas, major arts organisations in Australia and abroad, designers, DIY enthusiasts, artist-run-spaces, regional galleries, and countless other organisations to bring experimental art to life, test the limits of media art practice, and share knowledge and skills.
Experimenta supports international artist exchange opportunities to create meaningful connections between Australian artists and their international peers. We co-produce, curate and present with internationally-based organisations, and seek to promote the work of Australian artists overseas.
The Experimenta International Biennial of Media Art is the only international biennial to tour Australia. It presents experimental art to diverse audiences across the country in partnership with galleries and museums in metropolitan, regional and rural Australia.
Please contact us if you are interested in working with Experimenta.
Image: Abel Korinsky in residence with Experimenta as part of the EMARE AUS CDN (European Media Artists in Residence Exchange with Australia and Canada). This program was supported by the Culture 2013 Programme of the European Commission and the Goethe Institut. Abel Korinsky was hosted by RMIT School of Art International Artists in Residence Program.
digital media, science, technology & design Partnerships
Experimenta works at the intersection of art with digital media, science and technology, and design. Our program tests the limits of art, offers unique spaces for experimentation, and encourages interdisciplinary collaboration.
Our network of artists have expertise in a broad range of creative disciplines, alongside digital media, science, technology and design fields, including app development, bio-art, gaming, film-making, video production, coding, robotics, electromechanics, experimental sound, performance, writing, photography, animation and more.
Experimenta is continually seeking to engage artists with new technologies, disciplines, and research and to support artists who are re-thinking established ways of working.
Please contact us if you would like to discuss ways to engage artists in your digital media, science and technology, or design practice, research, or experimentation.
Image: Matthew Sleeth, A Drone Opera (in development) 2015.
Experimenta works with partners and supporters to present individual projects. Click hereto learn about the organisations who supported Experimenta Recharge 6th International Biennial of Media Art.