7-16 March – Melbourne Future Exhibition @ Brunswick Arts Space

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Ethno Tekh in collaboration with Media Lab Melbourne and Brunswick Arts Space are presenting an exhibition to highlight, discuss and showcase interactive technology-related art.

Melbourne Future Exhibition is influenced by the National Gallery of Victoria’s ‘Melbourne Now’ exhibition, which presented how creative practitioners across Melbourne shared their works and discussed their ideas with the general community.

Artists showcasing their work are Ethno Tekh, Roger Anthony Essig, Benjamin Kolaitis, Troy Innocent, Media Lab Melbourne, Richard De Souza, Greg Giannis, Richie Cyngler, Pierre Proske and Robert Jarvis.

There will also be a series of special events during the objective exhibition, as listed below.

General Gallery Times…

Friday 7 March: 6pm-late
Saturday 8 March: 12-5pm
Sunday 9 March: 12-5pm

Thursday 13 March: 2-6pm
Friday 14 March: 2-6pm
Saturday 15 March: 12-5pm
Sunday 16 March: 12-5pm

Exhibition Opening
Friday 7 March: 6pm-late

Come down and help us celebrate the opening of the exhibition. Meet the artists, enjoy the works and lose yourself in virtual reality, motion controlled instruments and intriguing arts practices.

Open Lab Talks
Sunday 9 March: 2-5pm

Open Labs will be hosted at the Melbourne Future exhibition this month as a part of Melbourne Future, thanks to the Media Lab Melbourne crew who run these events regularly.

The talks will include Ben Benjamin Kolaitis and Troy Innocent talking about their work with Play Parameters a gamma-fied installation work as well as Roger Anthony Essig who will be talking about his virtual reality gallery and virtual reality simulated psychedelic experiences.

Motion-Controlled Instruments and Audio-Visual Design
Saturday 15 March – 1-4pm

Presenters will include the guys from Ethno Tekh discussing their latest motion controlled audio visual instrument ‘Gravitate’, Richard De Souza talking about his recent visual designs for Future Music and Robert Jarvis will be showing his own VJing tool Vizzible.


Brunswick Arts Space, 2a Little Breese Street, Brunswick. Free!

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Written by Kristian Hatton.

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