Between the Details: Video Art from the ACMI Collection
Showcasing six moving image artworks by Australian artists, this exhibition celebrates ACMI’s vibrant collecting and commissioning program.
Working in video offers artists the opportunity to use editing as their primary technique; mixing and matching elements from other films or their own work to tell new stories. By remixing or rearranging footage they build different rhythms and moods, create hilarious juxtapositions or shed new light on cultural cliches and presumed histories. The works in this exhibition all demonstrate an irrepressible desire to bring deep themes to the surface with humour and an incredible attention to detail.
- Five moving image artworks, with the option to add one 360-video experience
- Ready to play files on ACMI supplied media players and Mac Mini
- VR equipment for the optional presentation of Christian Thompson’s work
- Variable size dependent on venue capacity and display options selected
- Includes visual identity, graphics and labels – provided as digital files
- Includes marketing kit, approved assets, images and templates for marketing and publicity
- Display, installation and technical specifications for each work
Benalla Art Gallery, Benalla, VIC
09 December – 26 February 2023
Warrnambool Art Gallery, Warrnambool, VIC
11 March - 11 June 2023
Western Sydney University, Sydney, NSW
24 July - 08 October 2023
Manningham Art Gallery, Melbourne, VIC
21 October - 04 February 2024
Flinders University Museum of Art, Adelaide, SA
19 February - 19 April 2024
Mildura Arts Centre, Mildura, VIC
11 May - 04 August 2024
Rockhampton Museum of Art, Rockhampton, QLD
21 September - 24 November 2024
Maitland Regional Art Gallery, Maitland, NSW
07 June - 12 Oct 2025
Yankunytjatjara artist Kaylene Whiskey talks about her work and the joys of making art.
Them's fightin' words: Jason Phu on martial arts dialogues in Analects of Kung Phu.
Deborah Kelly discusses the delight of eviscerating encyclopedias for her work The Gods of Tiny Things.
Zanny Begg discusses her work The Beehive which combines documentary interviews, scripted scenes and dreamlike poetic sequences to explore the infamous unsolved case of Juanita Nielsen.
David Rosetzky’s captivating works have been exhibited widely throughout Australia and internationally. Gaps embodies Rosetzky’s ongoing exploration of personal identity and the relationship – or ‘gaps’ – between self and other through speech, movement and dance.
Take a walk with Christian through the landscape of his childhood and hear him sing in the Bidjara language in this bold and ambitious virtual reality work, Bayi Gardiya.