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Assembly Now

Brisbane Festival and Metro Arts Present

Assembly Now

3 – 27 Sept

Past Event

Sally Golding's participatory installation transforms space into a light-and-sound-reactive environment.

World Premiere

Developed as a collaboration between artist Sally Golding and electronic musician and creative technologist Spatial, this immersive work uses the interface of the mirror to elaborate the psychology and technology of emergent algorithmic software, which functions as a contemporary screen filtering our emotions.

Visitors will be immersed in a work that plays with perception, interactivity and unexpected encounters.


Price

Free

Where

Gallery One, Metro Arts West Village, West End

Accessibility

Wheelchair access

Important Info

Suitable for 5 & over

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#Artists

Sally Golding

Sally Golding

Sally Golding is an artist from Meanjin (Brisbane) whose work considers participation and liveness in audiovisual art as a mechanism for shared experiences and dialogues within technological contexts.

Spatial

Spatial

Spatial (Matt Spendlove) is an electronic musician, audiovisual artist, creative technologist and curator from London.


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Where

Metro Arts
West Village
111 Boundary St, West End QLD 4101


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