Commissions

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ACMI commissions new screen-based works through our range of vibrant commissioning programs, including the $100,000 Ian Potter Moving Image Commission, which supported Angelica Mesiti’s The Calling (2014) and Daniel Crooks’ Phantom Ride (2016).

We have premiered commissioned works including Soda_Jerk’s TERROR NULLIUS (2018) and Julian Rosefeldt’s Manifesto (2015).

In addition to the Mordant Family VR Commission, we've established the $70,000, three-year Artbank + ACMI Commission for experimental works that sit between film and art. The inaugural Artbank + ACMI Commission was awarded to artist and activist Zanny Begg for her video installation The Beehive (2018).

Commissions

Public Art Commission: Flinders Street Façade

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The Ian Potter Moving Image Commission 2020

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The Mordant Family VR Commission

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Open for applications: Artbank + ACMI Commission

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Previously commissioned works

Past Virtual reality

Mordant Family VR Commission: Did you ask the river?

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Past Virtual reality

Mordant Family VR Commission: Bayi Gardiya (Singing Desert)

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ACMI Commission: The Beehive

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ACMI commission: TERROR NULLIUS

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ACMI commission: Prehistoric VR

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ACMI and Asia TOPA commission: Ex Nilalang

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ACMI commission: Ghosts, Toasts and the Things Unsaid

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ACMI commission: Stuck in the Middle With You

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Ian Potter Moving Image Commission: Phantom Ride

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ACMI commission: Manifesto

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Ian Potter Moving Image Commission: The Calling

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ACMI commission: In the Telling

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ACMI commission: Mother Courage

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ACMI commission: Gaps

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ACMI commission: The Woods

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ACMI commission: Stereo Sequences

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