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Exhibiting Artist: Karenza Ebejer

Elders Yarn is a video art work which tells the story of Widjabul-Wiabul connection to country, which is a place of belonging and believing. Featuring two well-known and respected elders from this region, Uncle Roy Gordon and Auntie Thelma James, who will share creation stories, language, song and tell us what it means to belong to this place.   (more)

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Exhibiting Artist: Colleen Coy

2020 Each Week  "2020 Each Week is a series of 52 one-minute experimental films, one for each week of the year.  The series forms a video diary that chronicles my creative year.  I am a dancer and these videos reflect my perspectives on Screendance, movement, rhythm, colour, texture, sound, light, and nature.  (more)

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Exhibiting Artist: Marion Conrow

Flower - Projection Sculpture "Autumn Flower combines my love of projection made in symbiosis with sculptural form. This work was formed in a dream and in creating the video I chose to use domestic found objects and natural elements to give colour, beauty, and encoded memory to the work. Within the centre jewel’s reflection, a subtle video plays capturing events that took place during the sculpture’s construction. (more)

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Exhibiting artists: Kellie O’Dempsey & Mick Dick

Oscillation "Oscillation is the pressure of a sound wave or the voltage of an alternating current vibrating. Oscillation is also a playful and curious live performance by visual artist Kellie O’Dempsey and sound artist Mick Dick. Opening new portals in space and time using lines of light and waves of intergalactic audio, this unique real time projection explores transformation and wonder via performance and play. (more)

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Exhibiting Artists: Christine Spedding & Leigh Arnold

‘InGenium’ Ingenium- Latin –genius/ natural talent/Engineer. Take 1970’s String art, Increase the size, add a mathematician with a dash of creative, mix these with an installation string artist. Reconfigure the original 1970’s works into massive works of the contemporary, add a dash of flair, give these two ‘Aspies’ some space, add a couple of black lights and you have a recipe for a spectacular creation. (more)

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Exhibiting Artists: Michael Donnelly & Betty Russ

Light and Mirrors is the collaboration of Betty Russ and Michael Donnelly. Together they pursue a material practice that subverts the usually insular avenues of thought that mark the art making process via the dialogue and compromise that frames the process. Lights and Mirrors comprises of a 2.4m x 1.2m x 1.2m crate housing a mirror walled prism filled with objects and lights. (more)

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Exhibiting Artist: Roger Folley Fogg aka Ellis D Fogg

Lismore Lover Lights ACTUALITY FILMS,  ART HAPPENINGS and WETSHOWS from the 1960s and 1970s .. WETSHOWS  and Liquid Lightshows from the 60s utilising clock glasses and coloured oils and water were filmed and used in groups with multiple projectors in Lightshows right through to today. Some of them have 3 or more operators working to different beats so they could be married with different musical styles. Or shown on their own as Moving Artwork  (more)

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Exhibiting Artists: RealArtWorks inc.

TransiT is a site specific multi art form performance/installation involving 21 local artists of varying ability transforming The Transit Precinct and the buildings opposite in Molesworth Street into a canvas for live original art. TransiT is a creative investigation into journeys, both metaphorical and physical.  “where do I/we/you/they come from? “and “where are we going?”  (more)

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Exhibiting Artist: Michael Rogowski

13 Moons (It's about time...)  "Greetings, fellow Time Travellers, here is an invitation to participate in a dimensional time shift. Open your minds to a subtle rearrangement in time. Welcome to the fourth dimensional radial matrix of time. Like wheels within wheels spiralling through space and time. Be prepared to r-evolve in the spiralling cosmic dance of the moon and the earth around the sun. (more)

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Exhibiting Artist: Jeanti St Clair

Flood Stories: Immersion is an audio walk and storytelling project that invites you to activate your imagination and float through Lismore’s CBD in flood. Become part of the story as you walk through watery soundscapes, and listen to sonic scenes about the 2017 Lismore flood as you take a CBD blockie. Flood Stories: Immersion features excerpts from the original Flood Stories installation at the Lismore Quad in April-May 2021 but is reconfigured for a 360 audio experience. (more)

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Exhibiting Artists: Melia Naughton, Nerida Hornery & Fred Cole

Three Pianos is a bold visual and aural experience. Three pianos in a public space with three players lit by delicate lamplight. Entwining melodies building to a cathartic climax and then a softly illuminated denouement. Three Pianos had its debut performance at Take Over presented by the Bangalow Theatre Company in September 2020 and it has evolved to now include three pieces composed by Melia Naughton and performed by three local pianists. (more)

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Exhibiting Artist: Raimond de Weerdt

YOU ARE As a consequence of recent lockdown periods, many of us began to reflect on ourselves and our position in the world. With the ubiquitous use of video conferencing, Skype, House-Party, Zoom, WhatsApp, Tik Tok and FaceTime, we were looking at our faces on a screen more than ever. These technological mediated pictures of ourselves bring our attention to our own flaws more frequently. (more)

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