Solar Circuit Aotearoa New Zealand (SCANZ) Solar Circuit Aotearoa New Zealand (SCANZ) is New Zealand’s premier art, technology, culture and ecology event and involves a symposium, creative residency, and public events and exhibitions. Occurring biennially, it has typically involved a mix of Aotearoa New Zealand and international artists, producers, theorists and curators many of whom [...]
Category Archives: 2009 Residency
How do we sustain platforms for collaboration which are responsive to emerging creative practices? As a collective we intend to research the sustainable conditions for interdisciplinary artistic collaboration.
Stringer is the inobtusive reflection through observation, images and discussion with participants, of the connections created through events such as SCANZ. Here Melinda uses the multifaceted connecting metaphor of string.. something which binds, yet is temporary, flexible and easily accessible.
Some notes on the the history of walking art and the kinds of things I am interested in relative to walking art for participants in the 60 Springs project…
Andrew Gryf Paterson’s project ‘Taranaki Platform Ecologies’ responds to and sets out to nourish, the online platforms surrounding Puke Ariki, by exploring, documenting and bridging online/offline aspects of the former wiki, and soon to be kete.
Our Bureau handles the exchange of information via simple text (*.txt) files. Cooking recipes, directions for a walk, musical notation or any information can be sent. The donator will receive a random piece of data in return.
Like an avid scrapbook keeper I take video to remind me of places and experiences. I store these signifiers of memory so to relive and remix these moments during real-time performance.
I would like to make a video installation that combines multiple simultaneous Digital video recordings at Taranaki’s renowned surf breaks, including at least Stent Road, Kumera Patch and Mangahume.