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Lawrence Malstaf & Amy Barclay
Lawrence Malstaf The "Nemo Observatory" is captivating in a way that is simultaneously disconcerting and hypnotic. Lawrence Malstaf (Belgium) utilizes five fans and a walk-through PVC cylinder to create a…
David Elliott, Hiroshi Ishiguro & Michael Burton
David Elliott Born in Britain in 1949, David Elliott is an art gallery and museum curator. After studying history at the University of Durham, and History of Art at the…
Bill Fontana & Tim Coldwell (Circus Oz)
Bill Fontana Born in the USA in 1947, Bill Fontana is an American composer and artist who developed an international reputation for his pioneering experiments in sound. Since the early…
Momoyo Torimitsu, Angelica Mesiti & Serge Spitzer
Momoyo Torimitsu Based in New York since 1996, Momoyo Torimitsu playfully critiques contemporary Japanese culture through works in sculpture, installation and video. She has performed and exhibited widely, including performances…
Eduardo Kac and David Kousemaker
Eduardo Kac (born Brazil 1962) is an American contemporary artist internationally recognized for his interactive net installations and his bio-art. Kac considers himself a "transgenic artist," or "bio artist", using…
Dubois Lefebvre & Greg Lasserre & Chris Fulham
Jean DuBois and Chloe Lefebvre are Canadian-based artists who have worked in close collaboration since 2001. Their work involves interactive installations that explore the relation between the spectator and the…
Shen Shaomin & Laurent Mignonneau & Haines-Hinterding
Shen Shaomin (born China 1956) has connected art and life, craft and the mechanical, in major sculptural installations covering themes of war, futuristic crisis, scientific abomination and the manipulation of…
Chris Henschke & Knowles Sowerwine
Chris Henschke is a Melbourne-based artist who has been working with digital media for the past fifteen years. His main areas of research are in art / science relationships, interactive…
Gerfried Stocker
Artistic Co-Director of the Ars Electronica Festival Gerfried Stocker was born on January 26, 1964 in Judenburg / Austria. In 1991, he set up the x-space team to carry out…
Mike Stubbs (White Noise) & Peter Callas (Video Art)
Mike Stubbs' work encompasses film, video, mixed media installations, performance and curation. He has won more than a dozen major international awards including first prizes at the Oberhausen and Locarno…
Garry Stewart, Gina Czarnecki & Louis-Philippe Demers (Devolution & Dance Robotics Video Art)
2006 Helpmann Award Winners Garry Stewart has built a reputation for pushing dance- and his dancers-beyond conventional limits. In Devolution, Stewart collaborates with Canadian multi-disciplinary artist Louis-Philippe Demers and UK…
Julien Maire & Drew Berry
Born in 1969 in Metz, France, Julien Maire currently lives and works in Berlin. Maire's work has been exhibited internationally in solo shows at galleries including Diderot Gallery, France; Francoise…
Jan Harlan & Malcolm McDowell & Christiane Kubrick (Stanley Kubrick Exhibition)
Long time Stanley Kubrick collaborator Jan Harlan encapsulates the stunning life and career of Kubrick through pictures, home movies and poignant and insightful comments from some of cinemas most prominent…
Guy Ben-Ary & Stuart Bunt & Aron Catts & Phil Gamblen (Meart Project)
Rat neurons in Atlanta, USA operating a robotic arm in Perth Australia mimicking the "artistic process" of drawing a portrait. Guy Ben-Ary - Born and educated in Law in Israel…
Werner Nekes & Goyi Tangale (Wanted Posse)
Werner Nekes Eyes, Lies & Illusions contains more than 500 historic objects, books, prints, instruments and optical ephemera drawn from the Werner Nekes Collection. This extraordinary collection began in the…
A Kiss of Art
Philip Norton is originally from Chicago and was runner-up in Mark Smith's first ever slam series final at the Green Mill in 1984. He then left for Japan where he…
Jeffrey Shaw & Keiko Kimoto
Professor Jeffrey Shaw is a foundation Professor for Media Art at the University of Art and Media, Karlsruhe and the foundation Director for the Research Institute for Visual Media at…
Peter Bosch & Simone Simons & Rafael Lozano Hemmer
Peter Bosch studied psychology at the Universities of Leyden and Amsterdam (1976-83) and sonology at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague (1986-87). Simone Simons studied in the audio-visual department of…
Shilpa Gupta & Stelarc
Gupta has exhibited in many international exhibitions including Art Meets Media-Adventures in Perception, ICC Tokyo, 2005; 3rd Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale, 2005; ISEA, Tallinn Estonia, 2004; Asian Traffic, Asia-Australia Art…
Anouk Van Dijk & Dennis Del Favero (Queen Elizabeth II Fellow)
Anouk van Dijk, born in 1965, in The Netherlands, graduated from the Rotterdam Dance Academy in 1985. For almost a decade she was a lead soloist with companies including the…
Mari Velonaki & Isaac Julien
Mari Velonaki is a media artist working in the field of interactive installation. In the last eight years her work has been engaging spectators with digital characters in interplays activated…
Justine Cooper & Alex Davies
Born in Sydney, Australia and currently residing in New York, interdisciplinary artist Justine Cooper's artwork investigates the intersections between culture, science and medicine. She moves between many forms of media…
Brian Gothong Tan & Ian Haig
Brian Gothong Tan was born in the Philippines in 1980 and grew up in Singapore, where he trained in fine arts, multimedia and animation. Working extensively with multimedia for theatre…
Minim++ (Interactive Objects) & Ulf Langheinrich (Visual Soundscapes)
Kunoh and Chikamori have been creating artworks together as minim++ since 1996. Their works have been exhibited extensively throughout Japan and also internationally at Siggraph, Ars Electronica, the International Film…
Liz Hughes (Experimenta) & Martina Mrongovius (Holograms)
Liz has directed documentaries and TV drama for the Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association, Disney Television and Channel Seven. She directed three episodes of Short Cuts, winner of the Australian…
Sue Broadway & Adam Elliot (Harvie Krumpet)
Sue Broadway Strange Fruit - Synchro Swim, It's like air ballet. You won't see anything like it. The Wharf, UK Move over Esther Williams. Australian synchronized swimming routine over four…
Gina Czarnecki & Simon Barley (Bambucco)
Gina Czarnecki is a British new media artist whose hybrid artworks result from intersections of film, video and computer-generated imagery. Until recently she headed the postgraduate course in Electronic Imaging…
Brett Graham & Rachel Rakena & Meschac Gaba (Conceptual Art)
Brett Graham is one of New Zealand's most exciting and accomplished sculptors, highly regarded for his ability to abstract complex historical and cultural ideas into formally strong and beautiful sculptural…
Monica Maimone (Studio Festi) & Jean-Baptiste Duperray
Studio Festi. The European tradition of the open-air theatre extravaganza is unparalleled in the world of outdoor performance. In a specially-commissioned world premiere presentation, the great Compagnia di Valerio Festi…
Gideon Obarzanek (Chunky Move) & Hany Armanious
Melbourne-based Chunky Move was founded by artistic director Gideon Obarzanek in 1995 and has been the State of Victoria's flagship contemporary dance company since 1998. Chunky Move's work constantly seeks…
Bruce Gladwin (Small Metal Objects) & Eric Noel (Grouppe F)
Bruce Gladwin's "Small metal objects" is the hilarious yet disturbing tale of two 'small time' men and their accidental role in the downfall of an awards night. The plot looks…
Lucy Guerin & Propeller
Born in Adelaide, Australia, Lucy Guerin graduated from the Centre for Performing Arts in 1982 before joining the companies of Russell Dumas (Dance Exchange) and Nanette Hassall (Danceworks) She moved…
Ulrich Kahlert (Ulrich Le Snob) & Gerard Vaughan (NGV Gallery)
Ulrich Kahlert (Ulrich Le Snob) Glisssssendo S.N.O.B.: Service Nettoyage des Oreilles Bouches (Blocked Ear Cleaning Service) The astonishing gliding orchestra from Europe. They move swiftly and silently, morphing as if…
Lloyd Kaufman & Craig Walsh
Lloyd Kaufman is many things: producer, director, screenwriter, editor, composer, actor, and, above all, a renegade fighting against the further conglomeration and homogenization of Hollywood. Kaufman is president and co-founder…
Scott Redford (Photography) & Nimrod Weiss
Scott Redford "I have always liked the way pornography is able to be understood and be relevant to many people. So, in a way making this piece was perfectly natural…

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Bill Fontana & Tim Coldwell (Circus Oz)
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Shen Shaomin & Laurent Mignonneau & Haines-Hinterding
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Shen Shaomin (born China 1956) has connected art and life, craft and the mechanical, in major sculptural installations covering themes of war, futuristic crisis, scientific abomination and the manipulation of nature. One of the most critically and socially aware of contemporary Chinese artists, his works use ancient Chinese culture to…
Brian Gothong Tan & Ian Haig
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Chris Henschke & Knowles Sowerwine
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Chris Henschke is a Melbourne-based artist who has been working with digital media for the past fifteen years. His main areas of research are in art / science relationships, interactive and hybrid media and experimental audio. Henschke is in a creative partnership 'Topologies' with Donna Kendrigan. His works have been…
Dubois Lefebvre & Greg Lasserre & Chris Fulham
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