Presented by the College of Fine Arts and ISEA2013, this exhibition explores the boundaries between real and virtual space and the relationship between observer and observed. It utilises electronic media to investigate the limitations that traditional ocular optics put on our perception of mediated imagery, while also exploring and exploding the boundaries of the cinematic image. Point of View questions our understanding of place, representation and perspective.
An exhibition of work by Josh Harle, Chris Henschke and Volker Kuchelmeister.
- Curator Volker Kuchelmeister is a media artist, an academic staﬀ member at the College of Fine Arts, UNSW, Sydney, and a Research Fellow at COFA’s iCinema Centre for Interactive Cinema Research. His work encompasses experimental film, expanded cinema, photography and video installations, as well as the development of custom camera systems and projection platforms. He is particularly interested in human perception, the formation of memory and strategies in human-computer interactivity, while exploring and exploding the boundaries of the cinematic image. His work has been shown internationally at museums, galleries and festivals, including ZKM Centre for Art and Media, Karlsruhe, Germany; Centre Pompidou, Paris; and Powerhouse Museum, Sydney. In the performing arts he has collaborated with, amongst others, Robert Lepage, William Forsythe, Saburo Teshigawara and The Wooster Group, NYC.