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Subject:

SPACE ODYSSEYS

From:

Amanda McDonald Crowley <[log in to unmask]>

Reply-To:

Curating digital art - www.newmedia.sunderland.ac.uk/crumb/

Date:

Sun, 5 Aug 2001 19:43:36 +1030

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------------------- Forwarded by Amanda McDonald Crowley/Adelaide Festival on
05/08/2001 19:38 ---------------------------


Victoria Lynn <[log in to unmask]> on 03/08/2001 14:19:16

To:   Amanda McDonald Crowley/Adelaide Festival@Adelaide Festival
cc:
Subject:  space brochure


SPACE ODYSSEYS
sensation & immersion
International Symposium
Saturday 18 August 2001
Domain Theatre, Level 3
Art Gallery of New South Wales

Imagination is the original interactive multimedia; and the powerful
metaphor of the journey is destined to grow ever more vertiginous as the
silicon revolution heats up. How virtual is our being already? We construct
virtual maps and models, sample things from the media of our senses and
construct a world that is, at the same time, our experience of the world.
Space Odysseys: sensation and immersion will be held at the Art Gallery of
New South Wales between 18 August and 21 October 2001. Curator Victoria
Lynn.
This pre-eminent contemporary art event presents the work of leading
international and Australian contemporary artists who create large-scale
installations that physically immerse or surround the viewer. Major
international artists including Bruce Nauman, James Turrell, Mariko Mori,
Luc Courchesne and Gary Hill; Australian artists, Lynette Wallworth, David
Haines and Joyce Hinterding.
This symposium, held in conjunction with the exhibition Space Odysseys:
sensation and immersion, will offer lively perspectives on immersive and
virtual experiences in innovative art. Where are we going? How did we get
there? How do we come to grips with this experience that puts us at the
crossroads between new technologies and the human senses?
Saturday 18 August 2001 10am - 4.45pm
Domain Theatre, Lower Level 3

Programme
10am - Registration
10.15am - Welcome. Edmund Capon, Director AGNSW
10.30am - Introduction. Victoria Lynn, Curatorial Manager, Cinemedia,
Melbourne.  10.45am - Keynote Lecture, Techgnosis, Erik Davis, San Francisco
based writer and contributing editor of Wired Magazine, is author of
Techgnosis: Myth, Magic and Mysticism in the Age of Information.
11.30am - Ploughing the Dark: The Poetics of Cyberspace, Dr Ann Finegan,
writer and lecturer 12.15pm - Discussion arising from the morning sessions
12.30pm - Lunch and exhibition viewing 2pm - The Wired City, Scott McQuire,
Senior Lecturer in the Media and Communication Program, University of
Melbourne.  2.45pm     - Step Into the Light, Ross Gibson, writer, filmmaker
and Creative Director of Cinemedia, Melbourne.
3.15pm     - Artist's Roundtable, Luc Courchesne, David Haines, Joyce
Hinterding, Lynette Wallworth. Chaired by John Potts, Lecturer in Media and
Communication, Macquarie Unversity.
4.45pm     - Close
Cost:  $80 full/$70 AGS members/$50 conc (includes GST). Includes lunch and
weekend exhibition pass. Bookings and pre-payment essential (early bookings
recommended). Telephone (02) 9225 1878  Fax (02) 9221 6234

Saturday 18 August 2001 10.00am - 4.45pm
Domain Theatre, Lower Level 3, Art Gallery of New South Wales
Booking Form
Bookings and pre-payment essential. Early bookings recommended.
Cost
$80 full  $70 AGS members  $50 conc (includes GST)
includes lunch and weekend exhibition pass

Please complete the following and mail or fax to:
The Ticketing Secretary
Art Gallery Society of New South Wales
Art Gallery Road, Sydney NSW 2000
Fax (02) 9221 6234


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Address

Telephone           Fax

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Payment of $                        is enclosed

Please make cheques payable to Art Gallery Society of New South Wales
OR Charge  $                                                        to my

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Card No.

Expiry Date

Cardholder's Name

Cardholder's Signature
Cancellations

Three full working days (Mon-Fri) notice is required to qualify for a
refund.  All refunds attract an administration charge of 25% of the ticket
prices with a minimum charge of $5. Not negotiable.
Art Gallery Society of New South Wales Telephone (02) 9225 1878  Fax (02)
9221
6234





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Gallery of New South Wales.


Victoria Lynn
Curatorial Manager
Cinemedia
3 Treasury Place East Melbourne
Victoria Australia 3002
telephone: 61 3 9651 1504
fax: 61 3 9651 1600
email: [log in to unmask]
internet: http://www.cinemedia.net




      Amanda McDonald Crowley
      Associate Director 2002

      Adelaide Festival of Arts
      105 Hindley Street Adelaide
      PO Box 8116 Station Arcade Adelaide SA 5000
      Australia
      Mob: 0419 829 313
      Tel: 61 8 8216 4444
      Fax: 61 8 8216 4455
      www.adelaidefestival.org.au

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