Shaping Creative Possibilities
We believe our exploration today through art and technology, embeds creativity at the inception of the thinking process.
In August 2023, we teamed up with the City of Melbourne and Now or Never to present immersive works from seven visionary Australian and international artists spanning 1.2km along the Docklands promenade from 17 – 20 August 2023.
Find out more about this wondrous journey of ideas exploring the creative possibilities of a new tomorrow.
What new life forms are emerging through technological and biological adaptation and invention? Experimenta Life Forms exhibition showcases contemporary artists who are approaching this perennial question.
Experimenta Life Forms wrapped up in October 2023. Explore that works and artists behind this incredible exhibition.
February 13, 2024
Future Rewind # 2- Christy Dena
In our second interview of our series Future Rewind, we caught up with Christy Dena to revisit the past, take a look at the present and seek some advice from the future Christy Dena is a writer, designer and director of cross-disciplinary and interactive projects in both the digital realm and the everyday. Her video […]
November 22, 2023
Future Rewind #1 – Michele Barker + Anna Munster
Michele Barker and Anna Munster are media artists whose work pull featured in Experimenta Make Sense. In this first interview of our new series Future Rewind, we caught up with Anna and Michele to revisit the past, take a look at the present and seek some advice from the future If collaboration is an art […]
August 17, 2023
PODCAST⟶ Now Or Never Art Trail: In Conversation with the Artists
This special podcast series talks to the artists behind the Now or Never Art Trail. Hosted by Will Tait, these conversations with the seven exhibiting artists provides a fascinating glimpse into their work, their processes and ultimately their ideas around the creative possibilities of a new tomorrow. Episode 1: Michaela Gleave Experimenta · Now or […]
Experimenta is dedicated to commissioning, exhibiting and touring contemporary art driven by technology. We commission some of the world’s most adventurous contemporary artists working with technology in unexpected and unconventional ways. We champion new ideas about technology, explore the creative possibilities, and unearth emerging artforms.
Experimenta acknowledges the Traditional Owners, the Wurundjeri and Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation, on whose land we meet, share and work.