On 16, Jul 2014 | In featured exhibitions group exhibitions videos | By admin
As it is Now
As It Is Now is an animation (in collaboration with Logan Austin) created for the Animacall Animation Project 2011 at The Contemporary Art Center of Thessaloniki – part of the State Museum of Contemporary Art focusing on the promotion of new media and contemporary art techniques. Read more…
On 06, May 2012 | In featured exhibitions group exhibitions | By admin
5 o’clock closing
First year MA (Art and Design) Exhibition, St. Pauls St. Gallery, 34 St. Pauls St., Auckland.
On 06, May 2012 | In featured exhibitions group exhibitions non-gallery sites videos | By admin
4-th International video-art festival on outdoor video screens.
Festival places Moscow, Volgograd, Voronezh, Kaliningrad, Perm, Rostov-on-Don, Riazan’, Samara, Sochi, Ufa, Yekaterinburg [Russia]. Night Program 3rd & 4th August. Title of video animation Increase the Peace [Russia] by Lesley Kaiser in collaboration with Logan Austin). Curated by Arseny Sergeyev [Russia] artist, curator, co-founder artpolitika.ru, Enrico Tomaselli [Italy] art director Magmart festival, Mogens Jacobsen [Denmark] artist, curator, co-founder artnode.org
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Light Bytes at Night: Making it New
Light Bytes at Night: Making it New by Lesley Kaiser and Millenium Girl by Kezia Barnett
Projected animations showing in between the ads on a four-storey high projection billboard, after-dark every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 2003 (works changing monthly, and again shown sporadically in 2005–8), Media1 projection wall, Freyberg Place, Auckland.
On 06, May 2012 | In artists' books featured exhibitions solo exhibitions | By admin
Preserve, Renew, Invent [Light Bytes]
January 2008 at MIC Toi Rerehiko (Media and Interdisciplinary Arts Centre), Level 1/321, Karangahape Rd, Auckland, NZ (25 January – 8 March, 2008)
This exhibition is a local and international project that involves archiving and disseminating aphoristic texts in a range of public sites and media. A multi platform “art-in-a-suitcase”, its various components pack into a portable edition containing DVD components, an artists’ book of archival photography, and ceramic plates (this limited edition of ceramics is an inaugural edition for MIC, and reflects it’s name change from Moving Image Centre to Media and Interdisciplinary Arts Centre).