Seeing to a distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia   seeingtoadistance.com    A curated exhibition looking at the ways in which artists and cultural practitioners react to the screen through 3 categories "Act" "Abstract" or "Interact."   Chris Marker’s film  La Jetée  (1962) pioneered an experimentation of the analog approach to the moving image. Marker’s thirty-minute science fiction combines a series of black and white still photographs, through an optical printer, a device typically used to restore and transfer old footage. Accompanied by a challenging narration, this film presents the research experiments that were conducted with a machine that enabled the seeing of distant imagery across time.  ‘This was the aim of the experiments: to send emissaries into Time, to summon the Past and Future to the aid of the Present…the inventors were now concentrating on men given to very strong mental images. If they were able to conceive or dream another time, perhaps they would be able to live in it.’   In 2010, artists   where invited to submit videos in response to an article printed in  The Telegraphic Journal and Electrical Review  (1889), which described a proposed method to develop a machine that would enable  Seeing to a Distance by Electricity . Each artist was given an outline of the exhibition’s parameters: that all works would be confined to a 4:3 aspect ratio, and that processing from HD back to play in on analog CRT format would result in a loss of image quality.  Image: Research design of the first television in Seeing to a Distance. Photograph Fernando de Sousa.
       
     
     Seeing to a distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia   seeingtoadistance.com    A curated exhibition looking at the ways in which artists and cultural practitioners react to the screen through 3 categories "Act" "Abstract" or "Interact."    Photograph by Andrew Wuttke.
       
     
    Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia ,  was a curated exhibition of contemporary video on CRT television monitors. The show included video works by Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Peter Burke, Lisa Dethridge, Bhavani G.S, Pascale Gomes-Mcnabb, Stephen Haley, Robin Hely, Lily Hibberd, Larissa Hjorth, Lou Hubbard, Danius Kesminas, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Laresa Kosloff, David Lans & Warlayirti Artists, Helen Marcou & Quincy Mclean, Amanda Morgan, James Morgan, Mary Lou Pavlovic, David Simpkin, Kate Shaw, Ella & Greg Stehle, Harriet Turnbull, & James Verdon.   Photograph by Andrew Wuttke
       
     
  Janet Burchill & Jennifer McCamley,   Inland Empire - solar neon, video, detail  , 2008.       Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia   ,   was a curated exhibition of contemporary video on CRT television monitors. The show included video works by Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Peter Burke, Lisa Dethridge, Bhavani G.S, Pascale Gomes-Mcnabb, Stephen Haley, Robin Hely, Lily Hibberd, Larissa Hjorth, Lou Hubbard, Danius Kesminas, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Laresa Kosloff, David Lans & Warlayirti Artists, Helen Marcou & Quincy Mclean, Amanda Morgan, James Morgan, Mary Lou Pavlovic, David Simpkin, Kate Shaw, Ella & Greg Stehle, Harriet Turnbull, & James Verdon.    Photograph by Andrew Wuttke.
       
     
  Natasha Johns-Messenger,   511   , 2008   , detail.     Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia ,  was a curated exhibition of contemporary video on CRT television monitors. The show included video works by Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Peter Burke, Lisa Dethridge, Bhavani G.S, Pascale Gomes-Mcnabb, Stephen Haley, Robin Hely, Lily Hibberd, Larissa Hjorth, Lou Hubbard, Danius Kesminas, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Laresa Kosloff, David Lans & Warlayirti Artists, Helen Marcou & Quincy Mclean, Amanda Morgan, James Morgan, Mary Lou Pavlovic, David Simpkin, Kate Shaw, Ella & Greg Stehle, Harriet Turnbull, & James Verdon.    Photography by Andrew Wuttke.
       
     
   Full Circle ,   Pascale Gomes-McNabb & Amanda Morgan, detail.       Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia   ,   was a curated exhibition of contemporary video on CRT television monitors. The show included video works by Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Peter Burke, Lisa Dethridge, Bhavani G.S, Pascale Gomes-Mcnabb, Stephen Haley, Robin Hely, Lily Hibberd, Larissa Hjorth, Lou Hubbard, Danius Kesminas, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Laresa Kosloff, David Lans & Warlayirti Artists, Helen Marcou & Quincy Mclean, Amanda Morgan, James Morgan, Mary Lou Pavlovic, David Simpkin, Kate Shaw, Ella & Greg Stehle, Harriet Turnbull, & James Verdon.    Photography by Andrew Wuttke.
       
     
    Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia ,  was a curated exhibition of contemporary video on CRT television monitors. The show included video works by Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Peter Burke, Lisa Dethridge, Bhavani G.S, Pascale Gomes-Mcnabb, Stephen Haley, Robin Hely, Lily Hibberd, Larissa Hjorth, Lou Hubbard, Danius Kesminas, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Laresa Kosloff, David Lans & Warlayirti Artists, Helen Marcou & Quincy Mclean, Amanda Morgan, James Morgan, Mary Lou Pavlovic, David Simpkin, Kate Shaw, Ella & Greg Stehle, Harriet Turnbull, & James Verdon.    Photography By Andrew Wuttke, Fernando De Sousa, and Fred Kroh.
       
     
    Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia ,  was a curated exhibition of contemporary video on CRT television monitors. The show included video works by Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Peter Burke, Lisa Dethridge, Bhavani G.S, Pascale Gomes-Mcnabb, Stephen Haley, Robin Hely, Lily Hibberd, Larissa Hjorth, Lou Hubbard, Danius Kesminas, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Laresa Kosloff, David Lans & Warlayirti Artists, Helen Marcou & Quincy Mclean, Amanda Morgan, James Morgan, Mary Lou Pavlovic, David Simpkin, Kate Shaw, Ella & Greg Stehle, Harriet Turnbull, & James Verdon.    Photography By Andrew Wuttke, Fernando de Sousa, and Fred Kroh.
       
     
    Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia ,  was a curated exhibition of contemporary video on CRT television monitors. The show included video works by Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Peter Burke, Lisa Dethridge, Bhavani G.S, Pascale Gomes-Mcnabb, Stephen Haley, Robin Hely, Lily Hibberd, Larissa Hjorth, Lou Hubbard, Danius Kesminas, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Laresa Kosloff, David Lans & Warlayirti Artists, Helen Marcou & Quincy Mclean, Amanda Morgan, James Morgan, Mary Lou Pavlovic, David Simpkin, Kate Shaw, Ella & Greg Stehle, Harriet Turnbull, & James Verdon.    Photography by Andrew Wuttke.
       
     
    Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia ,  was a curated exhibition of contemporary video on CRT television monitors. The show included video works by Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Peter Burke, Lisa Dethridge, Bhavani G.S, Pascale Gomes-Mcnabb, Stephen Haley, Robin Hely, Lily Hibberd, Larissa Hjorth, Lou Hubbard, Danius Kesminas, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Laresa Kosloff, David Lans & Warlayirti Artists, Helen Marcou & Quincy Mclean, Amanda Morgan, James Morgan, Mary Lou Pavlovic, David Simpkin, Kate Shaw, Ella & Greg Stehle, Harriet Turnbull, & James Verdon.    Photography By Andrew Wuttke, Fernando de Sousa, and Fred Kroh.
       
     
    Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia ,  was a curated exhibition of contemporary video on CRT television monitors. The show included video works by Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Peter Burke, Lisa Dethridge, Bhavani G.S, Pascale Gomes-Mcnabb, Stephen Haley, Robin Hely, Lily Hibberd, Larissa Hjorth, Lou Hubbard, Danius Kesminas, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Laresa Kosloff, David Lans & Warlayirti Artists, Helen Marcou & Quincy Mclean, Amanda Morgan, James Morgan, Mary Lou Pavlovic, David Simpkin, Kate Shaw, Ella & Greg Stehle, Harriet Turnbull, & James Verdon.    Photography By Andrew Wuttke, Fernando de Sousa, and Fred Kroh.
       
     
    Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia ,  was a curated exhibition of contemporary video on CRT television monitors. The show included video works by Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Peter Burke, Lisa Dethridge, Bhavani G.S, Pascale Gomes-Mcnabb, Stephen Haley, Robin Hely, Lily Hibberd, Larissa Hjorth, Lou Hubbard, Danius Kesminas, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Laresa Kosloff, David Lans & Warlayirti Artists, Helen Marcou & Quincy Mclean, Amanda Morgan, James Morgan, Mary Lou Pavlovic, David Simpkin, Kate Shaw, Ella & Greg Stehle, Harriet Turnbull, & James Verdon.    Photography By Andrew Wuttke, Fernando de Sousa, and Fred Kroh.
       
     
  Research images for  Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia.  Photography by Fernando de Sousa.       
       
     
  Research images for  Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia . Photography by Fernando de Sousa.
       
     
  Seeing to a distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia   seeingtoadistance.com    A curated exhibition looking at the ways in which artists and cultural practitioners react to the screen through 3 categories "Act" "Abstract" or "Interact."   Chris Marker’s film  La Jetée  (1962) pioneered an experimentation of the analog approach to the moving image. Marker’s thirty-minute science fiction combines a series of black and white still photographs, through an optical printer, a device typically used to restore and transfer old footage. Accompanied by a challenging narration, this film presents the research experiments that were conducted with a machine that enabled the seeing of distant imagery across time.  ‘This was the aim of the experiments: to send emissaries into Time, to summon the Past and Future to the aid of the Present…the inventors were now concentrating on men given to very strong mental images. If they were able to conceive or dream another time, perhaps they would be able to live in it.’   In 2010, artists   where invited to submit videos in response to an article printed in  The Telegraphic Journal and Electrical Review  (1889), which described a proposed method to develop a machine that would enable  Seeing to a Distance by Electricity . Each artist was given an outline of the exhibition’s parameters: that all works would be confined to a 4:3 aspect ratio, and that processing from HD back to play in on analog CRT format would result in a loss of image quality.  Image: Research design of the first television in Seeing to a Distance. Photograph Fernando de Sousa.
       
     

Seeing to a distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia
seeingtoadistance.com

A curated exhibition looking at the ways in which artists and cultural practitioners react to the screen through 3 categories "Act" "Abstract" or "Interact."

Chris Marker’s film La Jetée (1962) pioneered an experimentation of the analog approach to the moving image. Marker’s thirty-minute science fiction combines a series of black and white still photographs, through an optical printer, a device typically used to restore and transfer old footage. Accompanied by a challenging narration, this film presents the research experiments that were conducted with a machine that enabled the seeing of distant imagery across time. ‘This was the aim of the experiments: to send emissaries into Time, to summon the Past and Future to the aid of the Present…the inventors were now concentrating on men given to very strong mental images. If they were able to conceive or dream another time, perhaps they would be able to live in it.’

In 2010, artists where invited to submit videos in response to an article printed in The Telegraphic Journal and Electrical Review (1889), which described a proposed method to develop a machine that would enable Seeing to a Distance by Electricity. Each artist was given an outline of the exhibition’s parameters: that all works would be confined to a 4:3 aspect ratio, and that processing from HD back to play in on analog CRT format would result in a loss of image quality.

Image: Research design of the first television in Seeing to a Distance. Photograph Fernando de Sousa.

     Seeing to a distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia   seeingtoadistance.com    A curated exhibition looking at the ways in which artists and cultural practitioners react to the screen through 3 categories "Act" "Abstract" or "Interact."    Photograph by Andrew Wuttke.
       
     

 

Seeing to a distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia
seeingtoadistance.com

A curated exhibition looking at the ways in which artists and cultural practitioners react to the screen through 3 categories "Act" "Abstract" or "Interact."

Photograph by Andrew Wuttke.

    Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia ,  was a curated exhibition of contemporary video on CRT television monitors. The show included video works by Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Peter Burke, Lisa Dethridge, Bhavani G.S, Pascale Gomes-Mcnabb, Stephen Haley, Robin Hely, Lily Hibberd, Larissa Hjorth, Lou Hubbard, Danius Kesminas, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Laresa Kosloff, David Lans & Warlayirti Artists, Helen Marcou & Quincy Mclean, Amanda Morgan, James Morgan, Mary Lou Pavlovic, David Simpkin, Kate Shaw, Ella & Greg Stehle, Harriet Turnbull, & James Verdon.   Photograph by Andrew Wuttke
       
     

Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia, was a curated exhibition of contemporary video on CRT television monitors. The show included video works by Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Peter Burke, Lisa Dethridge, Bhavani G.S, Pascale Gomes-Mcnabb, Stephen Haley, Robin Hely, Lily Hibberd, Larissa Hjorth, Lou Hubbard, Danius Kesminas, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Laresa Kosloff, David Lans & Warlayirti Artists, Helen Marcou & Quincy Mclean, Amanda Morgan, James Morgan, Mary Lou Pavlovic, David Simpkin, Kate Shaw, Ella & Greg Stehle, Harriet Turnbull, & James Verdon. Photograph by Andrew Wuttke

  Janet Burchill & Jennifer McCamley,   Inland Empire - solar neon, video, detail  , 2008.       Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia   ,   was a curated exhibition of contemporary video on CRT television monitors. The show included video works by Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Peter Burke, Lisa Dethridge, Bhavani G.S, Pascale Gomes-Mcnabb, Stephen Haley, Robin Hely, Lily Hibberd, Larissa Hjorth, Lou Hubbard, Danius Kesminas, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Laresa Kosloff, David Lans & Warlayirti Artists, Helen Marcou & Quincy Mclean, Amanda Morgan, James Morgan, Mary Lou Pavlovic, David Simpkin, Kate Shaw, Ella & Greg Stehle, Harriet Turnbull, & James Verdon.    Photograph by Andrew Wuttke.
       
     

Janet Burchill & Jennifer McCamley, Inland Empire - solar neon, video, detail, 2008.

Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia, was a curated exhibition of contemporary video on CRT television monitors. The show included video works by Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Peter Burke, Lisa Dethridge, Bhavani G.S, Pascale Gomes-Mcnabb, Stephen Haley, Robin Hely, Lily Hibberd, Larissa Hjorth, Lou Hubbard, Danius Kesminas, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Laresa Kosloff, David Lans & Warlayirti Artists, Helen Marcou & Quincy Mclean, Amanda Morgan, James Morgan, Mary Lou Pavlovic, David Simpkin, Kate Shaw, Ella & Greg Stehle, Harriet Turnbull, & James Verdon.

Photograph by Andrew Wuttke.

  Natasha Johns-Messenger,   511   , 2008   , detail.     Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia ,  was a curated exhibition of contemporary video on CRT television monitors. The show included video works by Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Peter Burke, Lisa Dethridge, Bhavani G.S, Pascale Gomes-Mcnabb, Stephen Haley, Robin Hely, Lily Hibberd, Larissa Hjorth, Lou Hubbard, Danius Kesminas, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Laresa Kosloff, David Lans & Warlayirti Artists, Helen Marcou & Quincy Mclean, Amanda Morgan, James Morgan, Mary Lou Pavlovic, David Simpkin, Kate Shaw, Ella & Greg Stehle, Harriet Turnbull, & James Verdon.    Photography by Andrew Wuttke.
       
     

Natasha Johns-Messenger, 511, 2008, detail.

Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia, was a curated exhibition of contemporary video on CRT television monitors. The show included video works by Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Peter Burke, Lisa Dethridge, Bhavani G.S, Pascale Gomes-Mcnabb, Stephen Haley, Robin Hely, Lily Hibberd, Larissa Hjorth, Lou Hubbard, Danius Kesminas, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Laresa Kosloff, David Lans & Warlayirti Artists, Helen Marcou & Quincy Mclean, Amanda Morgan, James Morgan, Mary Lou Pavlovic, David Simpkin, Kate Shaw, Ella & Greg Stehle, Harriet Turnbull, & James Verdon.

Photography by Andrew Wuttke.

   Full Circle ,   Pascale Gomes-McNabb & Amanda Morgan, detail.       Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia   ,   was a curated exhibition of contemporary video on CRT television monitors. The show included video works by Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Peter Burke, Lisa Dethridge, Bhavani G.S, Pascale Gomes-Mcnabb, Stephen Haley, Robin Hely, Lily Hibberd, Larissa Hjorth, Lou Hubbard, Danius Kesminas, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Laresa Kosloff, David Lans & Warlayirti Artists, Helen Marcou & Quincy Mclean, Amanda Morgan, James Morgan, Mary Lou Pavlovic, David Simpkin, Kate Shaw, Ella & Greg Stehle, Harriet Turnbull, & James Verdon.    Photography by Andrew Wuttke.
       
     

Full CirclePascale Gomes-McNabb & Amanda Morgan, detail.

Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia, was a curated exhibition of contemporary video on CRT television monitors. The show included video works by Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Peter Burke, Lisa Dethridge, Bhavani G.S, Pascale Gomes-Mcnabb, Stephen Haley, Robin Hely, Lily Hibberd, Larissa Hjorth, Lou Hubbard, Danius Kesminas, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Laresa Kosloff, David Lans & Warlayirti Artists, Helen Marcou & Quincy Mclean, Amanda Morgan, James Morgan, Mary Lou Pavlovic, David Simpkin, Kate Shaw, Ella & Greg Stehle, Harriet Turnbull, & James Verdon.

Photography by Andrew Wuttke.

    Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia ,  was a curated exhibition of contemporary video on CRT television monitors. The show included video works by Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Peter Burke, Lisa Dethridge, Bhavani G.S, Pascale Gomes-Mcnabb, Stephen Haley, Robin Hely, Lily Hibberd, Larissa Hjorth, Lou Hubbard, Danius Kesminas, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Laresa Kosloff, David Lans & Warlayirti Artists, Helen Marcou & Quincy Mclean, Amanda Morgan, James Morgan, Mary Lou Pavlovic, David Simpkin, Kate Shaw, Ella & Greg Stehle, Harriet Turnbull, & James Verdon.    Photography By Andrew Wuttke, Fernando De Sousa, and Fred Kroh.
       
     

Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia, was a curated exhibition of contemporary video on CRT television monitors. The show included video works by Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Peter Burke, Lisa Dethridge, Bhavani G.S, Pascale Gomes-Mcnabb, Stephen Haley, Robin Hely, Lily Hibberd, Larissa Hjorth, Lou Hubbard, Danius Kesminas, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Laresa Kosloff, David Lans & Warlayirti Artists, Helen Marcou & Quincy Mclean, Amanda Morgan, James Morgan, Mary Lou Pavlovic, David Simpkin, Kate Shaw, Ella & Greg Stehle, Harriet Turnbull, & James Verdon.

Photography By Andrew Wuttke, Fernando De Sousa, and Fred Kroh.

    Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia ,  was a curated exhibition of contemporary video on CRT television monitors. The show included video works by Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Peter Burke, Lisa Dethridge, Bhavani G.S, Pascale Gomes-Mcnabb, Stephen Haley, Robin Hely, Lily Hibberd, Larissa Hjorth, Lou Hubbard, Danius Kesminas, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Laresa Kosloff, David Lans & Warlayirti Artists, Helen Marcou & Quincy Mclean, Amanda Morgan, James Morgan, Mary Lou Pavlovic, David Simpkin, Kate Shaw, Ella & Greg Stehle, Harriet Turnbull, & James Verdon.    Photography By Andrew Wuttke, Fernando de Sousa, and Fred Kroh.
       
     

Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia, was a curated exhibition of contemporary video on CRT television monitors. The show included video works by Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Peter Burke, Lisa Dethridge, Bhavani G.S, Pascale Gomes-Mcnabb, Stephen Haley, Robin Hely, Lily Hibberd, Larissa Hjorth, Lou Hubbard, Danius Kesminas, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Laresa Kosloff, David Lans & Warlayirti Artists, Helen Marcou & Quincy Mclean, Amanda Morgan, James Morgan, Mary Lou Pavlovic, David Simpkin, Kate Shaw, Ella & Greg Stehle, Harriet Turnbull, & James Verdon.

Photography By Andrew Wuttke, Fernando de Sousa, and Fred Kroh.

    Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia ,  was a curated exhibition of contemporary video on CRT television monitors. The show included video works by Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Peter Burke, Lisa Dethridge, Bhavani G.S, Pascale Gomes-Mcnabb, Stephen Haley, Robin Hely, Lily Hibberd, Larissa Hjorth, Lou Hubbard, Danius Kesminas, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Laresa Kosloff, David Lans & Warlayirti Artists, Helen Marcou & Quincy Mclean, Amanda Morgan, James Morgan, Mary Lou Pavlovic, David Simpkin, Kate Shaw, Ella & Greg Stehle, Harriet Turnbull, & James Verdon.    Photography by Andrew Wuttke.
       
     

Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia, was a curated exhibition of contemporary video on CRT television monitors. The show included video works by Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Peter Burke, Lisa Dethridge, Bhavani G.S, Pascale Gomes-Mcnabb, Stephen Haley, Robin Hely, Lily Hibberd, Larissa Hjorth, Lou Hubbard, Danius Kesminas, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Laresa Kosloff, David Lans & Warlayirti Artists, Helen Marcou & Quincy Mclean, Amanda Morgan, James Morgan, Mary Lou Pavlovic, David Simpkin, Kate Shaw, Ella & Greg Stehle, Harriet Turnbull, & James Verdon.

Photography by Andrew Wuttke.

    Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia ,  was a curated exhibition of contemporary video on CRT television monitors. The show included video works by Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Peter Burke, Lisa Dethridge, Bhavani G.S, Pascale Gomes-Mcnabb, Stephen Haley, Robin Hely, Lily Hibberd, Larissa Hjorth, Lou Hubbard, Danius Kesminas, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Laresa Kosloff, David Lans & Warlayirti Artists, Helen Marcou & Quincy Mclean, Amanda Morgan, James Morgan, Mary Lou Pavlovic, David Simpkin, Kate Shaw, Ella & Greg Stehle, Harriet Turnbull, & James Verdon.    Photography By Andrew Wuttke, Fernando de Sousa, and Fred Kroh.
       
     

Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia, was a curated exhibition of contemporary video on CRT television monitors. The show included video works by Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Peter Burke, Lisa Dethridge, Bhavani G.S, Pascale Gomes-Mcnabb, Stephen Haley, Robin Hely, Lily Hibberd, Larissa Hjorth, Lou Hubbard, Danius Kesminas, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Laresa Kosloff, David Lans & Warlayirti Artists, Helen Marcou & Quincy Mclean, Amanda Morgan, James Morgan, Mary Lou Pavlovic, David Simpkin, Kate Shaw, Ella & Greg Stehle, Harriet Turnbull, & James Verdon.

Photography By Andrew Wuttke, Fernando de Sousa, and Fred Kroh.

    Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia ,  was a curated exhibition of contemporary video on CRT television monitors. The show included video works by Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Peter Burke, Lisa Dethridge, Bhavani G.S, Pascale Gomes-Mcnabb, Stephen Haley, Robin Hely, Lily Hibberd, Larissa Hjorth, Lou Hubbard, Danius Kesminas, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Laresa Kosloff, David Lans & Warlayirti Artists, Helen Marcou & Quincy Mclean, Amanda Morgan, James Morgan, Mary Lou Pavlovic, David Simpkin, Kate Shaw, Ella & Greg Stehle, Harriet Turnbull, & James Verdon.    Photography By Andrew Wuttke, Fernando de Sousa, and Fred Kroh.
       
     

Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia, was a curated exhibition of contemporary video on CRT television monitors. The show included video works by Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Peter Burke, Lisa Dethridge, Bhavani G.S, Pascale Gomes-Mcnabb, Stephen Haley, Robin Hely, Lily Hibberd, Larissa Hjorth, Lou Hubbard, Danius Kesminas, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Laresa Kosloff, David Lans & Warlayirti Artists, Helen Marcou & Quincy Mclean, Amanda Morgan, James Morgan, Mary Lou Pavlovic, David Simpkin, Kate Shaw, Ella & Greg Stehle, Harriet Turnbull, & James Verdon.

Photography By Andrew Wuttke, Fernando de Sousa, and Fred Kroh.

    Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia ,  was a curated exhibition of contemporary video on CRT television monitors. The show included video works by Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Peter Burke, Lisa Dethridge, Bhavani G.S, Pascale Gomes-Mcnabb, Stephen Haley, Robin Hely, Lily Hibberd, Larissa Hjorth, Lou Hubbard, Danius Kesminas, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Laresa Kosloff, David Lans & Warlayirti Artists, Helen Marcou & Quincy Mclean, Amanda Morgan, James Morgan, Mary Lou Pavlovic, David Simpkin, Kate Shaw, Ella & Greg Stehle, Harriet Turnbull, & James Verdon.    Photography By Andrew Wuttke, Fernando de Sousa, and Fred Kroh.
       
     

Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia, was a curated exhibition of contemporary video on CRT television monitors. The show included video works by Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Peter Burke, Lisa Dethridge, Bhavani G.S, Pascale Gomes-Mcnabb, Stephen Haley, Robin Hely, Lily Hibberd, Larissa Hjorth, Lou Hubbard, Danius Kesminas, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Laresa Kosloff, David Lans & Warlayirti Artists, Helen Marcou & Quincy Mclean, Amanda Morgan, James Morgan, Mary Lou Pavlovic, David Simpkin, Kate Shaw, Ella & Greg Stehle, Harriet Turnbull, & James Verdon.

Photography By Andrew Wuttke, Fernando de Sousa, and Fred Kroh.

  Research images for  Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia.  Photography by Fernando de Sousa.       
       
     

Research images for Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia. Photography by Fernando de Sousa.

 

  Research images for  Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia . Photography by Fernando de Sousa.
       
     

Research images for Seeing to a Distance: Single Channel Video Work From Australia. Photography by Fernando de Sousa.