Amanda Slack-Smith
  • Tuesday 1 April 2014
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    Orson Welles: A Retrospective

    Opening this weekend, the Gallery’s Australian Cinématheque hosts a major film program of works by mercurial American film and broadcasting prodigy Orson Welles. ‘Orson Welles: A Retrospective’ is a ticketed program and screens at…

  • Tuesday 4 February 2014

    Fairytale transformations

    The Australian Cinematheque presents the free curated cinema program ‘Fairytales and Fables’ at the Gallery’s Australian Cinémathèque, GOMA until 30 March, and it’s not just for children. Coming soon is ‘Orson Welles: A Retrospective‘ from…

  • Wednesday 29 August 2012
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    New Media, Light and Movement

    CRT: homage to Léon Theremin, by Robin Fox, is a highly responsive interactive audio-visual installation which recalls both the magical physicality inherent in playing a Theremin musical instrument coupled with the lurid colour fields…

  • Wednesday 1 August 2012

    New Media and therapeutic design

    In Distillery: Waveforming 2012 George Poonkhin Khut has been exploring the possibilities for an experimental relaxation system, delivered through an iPad ‘app’ prototype. This application was first developed to assist in the management…

  • Monday 2 July 2012

    New Media, Robotics and Artificial Intelligence

    Selected from across Australia, the exhibition profiles innovation made possible through the use of advanced medical apparatus, motion-tracking sensors, increasingly sophisticated custom programming and even nano-technologies. An interesting trend to emerge from the…

  • Thursday 16 February 2012

    Manga Boy meets Anime Girl

    Presented in conjunction with the Gallery’s ‘Drawn to Screen: Graphic Novels, Comics and Serials‘ film program, Cosplay celebrates the art of ‘costume play’ and those dedicated practitioners who work tirelessly to transform themselves…