Video art at Brenda May Gallery NSW. Black Box Projects. Enjoy your day, Yareah friends. Art is everywhere and up to you!
From January 2014, Brenda May Gallery will introduce Black Box Projects, a permanently dedicated theatrette and light works room within the Gallery. This experimental dark space will showcase video art and related media, including both historical and contemporary works. By displaying films in a large format, Black Box Projects establishes a space for an immersive cinematic experience within a commercial gallery setting.
JANUARY – JUNE 2014 EXHIBITION PROGRAM:
Sydney Underground Film Festival: FILM CUNST. 29 January to 22 February 2014.
A bold, unashamed celebration and investigation of the feminine in film art. This program contains diverse works with complementary themes of performance, gender, power, nature, surface, materiality and the corporeal. Unapologetically cutting through the facade of social politeness, they engage the spectator at a visceral level and eloquently foreground the unspoken.
dLUX MediaArts: SCANLINES REMIX. 25 February to 10 May 2014.
dLux MediaArts presents Scanlines remix, a selection of Australian video art by contemporary established and emerging artists in parallel with works drawn from the dLux archive spanning thirty years of media arts practice.
Image: Julia Burns, ‘Silent Communion’ 2011; Cinematographer, Evan Papageorgiou; Choreographer, Mira Mansell, Entity Contemporary Dance; Dancers, Charlie Mallie and Trent Slabb.
Head On: MULTIMEDIA PRIZES. 13 May to 7 June 2014.
The Head On Prizes for Multimedia are awarded in two categories, Fine Art and Documentary, and form part of the acclaimed Head On Awards which are the centrepiece of Head On Photo Festival. The finalists from both categories will be showcased in Black Box Projects.
BRENDA MAY GALLERY: 2 Danks Street Waterloo NSW Australia 2017 www.brendamaygallery.com.au
tuesday – friday 11-6 saturday 10-6 t.