Mauve Desert

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MAUVE DESERT is a CD-ROM Translation of Nicole Brossard’s experimental novel Le Désert mauve. In this book, Mélanie is a fifteen year-old girl who seals her mother’s car every chance she gets and drives away from her mother’s lover Lorna and toward the dawn. Adriene Jenik is the road-running video artist who drives MAUVE DESERT Read more »

Scrutiny in the Great Round

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Scrutiny in the Great Round is a meditative collage of images and sounds; a wandering through our collective imagination. Eache scene is a painted animated landscape, embedded with symbols, artifacts, poetry and sounds from cultures and religions around the world. Episodes of he and she enduring the dramas of sex, marriage or birth are portrayed Read more »

Cyberflesh Girlmonster

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A black comedy of monstrous femininity. Ridiculous animated flesh creatures lead on to stories of aberration and videos of blissful revenge. AUTHORS • Author : Linda Dement Thanks to : Women who donated flesh at the Adelaide Festival of the Arts : Jasmine Hirst, Judy Trim, Michele Barker, Josephine Grieve, Jonathon Delacour, Francesca Da Rimini, Read more »

Traces et contrastes

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The visit unfolds according to an itinerary based on a subway map. Different stations placed along colored lines provide access to territories that evoke the symbolism of the places and lives of which they are a part. The emotional drift through this narrative and figurative journey engulfs one in the places of everyday life — Read more »

Technophobia

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Technophobia is a collection of original multimedia art by12 international artists made as an interactive exhibition. The multimedia pieces play with our fears regarding technology, computers in particular, and thus raise questions about the very medium the artists are using. Technophobia manages to provide various angles on its subject, and at times the visual beauty Read more »