Red Green Blue: A History of Australian Video Art

Curated by Matthew Perkins, ‘Red Green Blue‘ brings together works from the 1970s through to the present day, drawn from the archives, artist holdings and the Griffith University Art Collection. Presented over three episodes, each running for a month, the exhibition takes the viewer on a historical journey that is also a celebration of the ongoing dynamism and depth of Australian video art practice.

This exhibition features a video excerpt from Turbulence: an interactive museum of unnatural history, which premiered at the ACM SIGGRAPH Art Show in 1994. The work screens in Episode Three – ‘Blue: Perception and Encounter’, which runs from Tuesday 6 June to Saturday 8 July 2017 at Griffith University Art Gallery. More information on the Griffith Art Gallery site.

Turbulence exhibition at the 5th International Biennale in Nagoya – ARTEC’97

Video Excerpt