ACMI presents

Virtual Reality Showcase

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This autumn, we're thrilled to premiere three stunning, lyrical works that propel virtual reality into the realm of fine art.

About ACMI Commissions

Did you ask the river and Bayi Gardiya (Singing Desert) are recipients of the Mordant Family Commission VR, a three-year program worth $240,000 that supports Australian artists who have never worked in VR before to create new works in this medium, funded in partnership with philanthropists Simon Mordant AM and Catriona Mordant AM, the City of Melbourne and ACMI.

Virtual reality

Joan Ross: Did you ask the river?

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Virtual reality

Lynette Wallworth: Awavena

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Virtual reality

Christian Thompson: Bayi Gardiya (Singing Desert)

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Talk

Lynette Wallworth talks Awavena

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Talk

Christian Thompson talks Bayi Gardiya (Singing Desert)

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