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SPECTRA UTS

SPECTRA: The Art and Consequence of Collaboration Curated by Experimenta Produced by Australian Network for Art and Technology 16 July –6 September 2019 UTS Gallery, Level 4, 702 Harris St, Ultimo NSW 2007 LEAH BARCLAY, DAVID HAINES, LEAH HEISS, CHRIS HENSCHKE, JOYCE HINTERDING, HELEN PYNOR, ERICA SECCOMBE AND MARTIN WALCH. Click here to view [...]

HELEN PYNOR

HELEN PYNOR Fallen (11-17), 2017 Fallen forms part of an extended exploration into the ambiguity of life’s beginnings and endings in the context of chickens raised for human food consumption. The embryos depicted in this series are contained within the tenuous safety of their amniotic sacs, or fall unfettered through space, entangling in the [...]

SPECTRA 2018

The Art and Consequence of Collaboration Curated by Experimenta Produced by Australian Network for Art and Technology 4–26 October 2018 South Australian School of Art Gallery (SASA), University of South Australia ROBERT ANDREW, KEITH ARMSTRONG, LEAH BARCLAY, DAVID HAINES, LEAH HEISS, CHRIS HENSCHKE, JOYCE HINTERDING, BADEN PAILTHORPE, HELEN PYNOR, ERICA SECCOMBE AND MARTIN [...]

MARTIN WALCH

MARTIN WALCH This artwork is a digital animation derived from one of two semi-permanent time-lapse cameras installed at Mawson Station in Antarctica. The thousands of resulting photographs are chronologically ordered, computationally sliced and recombined, to create a series of frames that each derive from 640 individual time-lapse images. Each frame of the animation shows [...]

ERICA SECCOMBE

ERICA SECCOMBE Have you ever thought about what a mung bean looks like from the inside when it germinates? Erica Seccombe has, so she created an innovative work of art using leading-edge scientific technologies to capture a unique view of mung beans and alfalfa seeds sprouting. Projecting the resulting time-lapse data stereoscopically in cinematic [...]

HELEN PYNOR

HELEN PYNOR Development of the Visual Circuit of Drosophila melanogaster in 3 Acts: Larva; Pupa I; Pupa II, 2018 In 2017 Helen Pynor was commissioned by The Francis Crick Institute, London to undertake an extended residency in the laboratory of Institute scientist Dr Iris Salecker, and to produce artworks in response. This video was [...]