events > Saturday
1st December dusk (approx 8.30pm)
an outdoor CBD location to be announced HERE on the day! Set
yourself a reminder to come back here to find out where to go.
grew up, went to school and this is what it became. Using the
same tools and techniques developed in nightclubs, live video
performance has now become a recognised artform. Some of the
very best in the world will be in Perth to collaborate on this
event - a large-scale outdoor video projection performance unlike
anything you've seen here before.
pillows, beanbags or folding chairs to watch in comfort. No food
or drink at event, but vendors nearby will be open, or BYO picnic
will be a family-friendly outdoor arts event, not like anything
held in Perth before.
Featuring Solu (Finland/Barcelona), Jean
Poole (Melb) and VJzoo (Perth).
Help us plug:
Town Hall will be the rally point, so if you can't
get online to check the location on the day, assemble on the
grassed area beside Perth Town Hall by 8pm and volunteers will
lead you to the secret site...
The Perth Town
Hall is on the corner of Barrack St and the Hay St Mall (east
end of the Hay St Mall).
There is an
unrelated event on at the Town Hall that evening, so don't go
inside. If you are on the lawn, you will be collected :)
And yes, we
even have a plan In Case of Rain so don't let a bit of
unseasonal drizzle put you off! Just wait in the undercroft of
the Town Hall and bring an umbrella for the walk.
Mia Makela, Finland)
is a Finnish media+live cinema artist, teacher, investigator
and cultural activist residing in Barcelona.
recently completed Masters thesis on Live Cinema has been widely
acknowledged as the best resource available to date on this
rapidly evolving field. She has performed and conducted workshops
in the US, Canada, UK, Spain, Finland and more.
thanks the following generous sponsors:
also be running a 2-day workshop at Graphite
Poole is a Melbourne based writer and video producer, especially
interested in live audiovisual manipulation, and methods of
combining animation with video. Creator of Skynoise.net, he
teaches digital media @ various Melbourne Universities.
on a 6 month video residency in Istanbul, Turkey with artificialeyes.tv,
he has recently added many European audiovisual performances
to a long list of festival gigs up and down the East coast
founded the Electrofringe
Festival back in the 20th century, and more recently helped
initiate Melbourne's long running Plug
N Play event. His recently completed panoramic animation
for six screens, 'Animals
really are funny people' won the 2007 Horse Bazaar prize.
of Kat Black (VJ kattyb) and Jasper Cook (VJ
collect vintage equipment. We VJ. We tour. We run Plug
n Play Perth.
Spinrad, author of the
VJ Book said we're 'influential and internationally-respected
VJs with a rare mix of (blah, blah)...' but that's probably
because we plied him with cocktails after he came to one
of our gigs in the US.