Daniel Jenatsch: The Close World – The Building
Daniel Jenatsch’s first foray into playable video-based art explores the imaginative capacity of AI.
Death by barracuda, mum hunted in the forest, parents shipwrecked. There is a trope across children's literature and cinema that centres the parentless child (or animal) as protagonist.
Xanthe Dobbie: The Long Now
Technocapitalism, climate grief and ancient history collide in Xanthe Dobbie's single-take desktop performance exploring the human urge to seek immortality.
DOKU: Live or Die Alone – The Karma Circle
Artist Lu Yang takes the exploration of digital augmentation into contemporary and historical realms for his latest motion capture performance.
Firepit Collective: HYPER//ECHO
3 Apr – 1 Jul 2022
Explore a virtual space, and create fragile digital artefacts and messages for others, in this interactive web-based artwork.
Laura Duffy: Spawn
1 Dec 2021 – 6 Mar 2022
What do freak-science, fairies and queer flower coding have in common? These themes intersect in a new experimental video work by Te Whanganui A-Tara based artist Laura Duffy.
24 Sep – 19 Dec 2021
What is the future of art in a decentralised world? Three young artists will seek to answer that question as part of a new global initiative.
Ross Gibson: head_phone_film_poems
10 Jun – 5 Nov 2021
Ross Gibson’s new online exhibition features a suite of films that creatively remix an array of ‘readymade’ online archives.
Matthew Griffin: content
17 Dec 2020 – 1 May 2021
As we doom scroll through content, Matthew Griffin encourages us to consider how we engage with the proliferation of information we are subjected to online.
Lu Yang: Delusional World
Wed 11 Nov 2020
Exploring digital voyeurism and online cultures, Lu Yang's Delusional World summons audiences to our new online gallery to encounter a frenetic collision of Chinese mythology, sci-fi futures and live performance. Learn more about the work