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Memory Flows

The Field, 'Headwater', live audiovisual performance @ Memory Flows opening launch

15 May – 20 June 2010

The Memory Flows exhibition involves a range of approaches to artmaking that stream together to make an integrated but textured whole. All of the artists share certain themes and concerns — around rivers, streaming, collaborating, and encountering audiences in new ways. The exhibition venue, the Armory Gallery, is 500 sqm former explosive storehouse on the southern banks of the Parramatta River, and provides an ideal backdrop for works exploring the nature/culture nexus.

The project is an interdisciplinary collaboration: the artists come from different practices (including new media, sound, media arts and performance) but share a concern with the environment. Their approaches vary, however, and they use a range of tactics — from play and humour, to locative and mobile mediated practices, to the poetic. All of the artists are highly experienced and have participated in major interdisciplinary media arts festivals and events.

Presented in partnership with the Centre for Media Arts Innovation, University of Technology, Sydney.

Curated by Norie Neumark, Deborah Turnbull and Sophia Kouyoumdjian.

The Artists

Ian Andrews
Chris Bowman
Chris Caines
Damian Castaldi
Sherre DeLys
Clement Girault
Jacqueline Gothe
Ian Gwilt
Megan Heyward
Nigel Helyer
Neil Jenkins
Solange Kershaw
Roger Mills
Maria Miranda
Norie Neumark
Shannon O’Neill
Greg Shapley
Victor Steffensen
Jen Teo
Jessica Tyrrell



I will be  doing an improvised performance with live video and projections at the launch party for runway Issue 14 – Futures. Chris Caines will collaborate on the performance with live sound.

When: 6pm Friday 10 July
Where: Frasers Studios, 10 Kensington Street, Chippendale
Cost: $10 Entry (includes runway #14)