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audio video at Degree Art Private view Thursday 5th July 2012


5th July – 28th July 2012

Curated by Fiona Haggerty & Ryan Lanji
DegreeArt’s debut video exhibition, audio video intends to not only showcase
video art by a carefully curated selection of emerging artists, but to encourage new clients and current collectors to access and take a new interest in this prominent art form.

Exhibiting Artists: Alex Ressel, Sonny Sanjay Vadgama, Jessica Sarah Rinland, Rachel Maclean, Dagmar Schurrer, George Petrou, Jasmina Metwaly, Tobias Zehnter.

audio video acts as an introduction to moving image practice by presenting five established channels created by artists working in the fields of contemporary film and video. It will engage the viewer and become a foundation and impetus for a new interest in video art, visually narrated by emerging artists with unique takes on the form.

The artists will showcase a medium that has often been overshadowed by traditional fine art practices. The exhibition will illustrate the visual diversity of the medium within the accessible setting of the gallery and will showcase single channel, multichannel, installation, performance video, and narrative video.

While audio video will aim to define these areas of video art, the artists will demonstrate these definitions and redefine the possibilities of contemporary moving image.


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