The sixth International Biennial of Media Art: Experimenta Recharge will be exhibited at the Mildura Wentworth Arts Festival (MWAF) this year.
MODERN LOOK: 3D printing will be part of the Biennial exhibition.
“It’s a great coup to be hosting this critically acclaimed, international exhibition here,” Arts Mildura director Paul Lambeth said.
“It shows Mildura is a vibrant regional arts centre with a great appreciation for media and digital artistry.”
The Experimenta Recharge exhibition poses the question; does knowledge change when it is presented in different technological forms and cultural contexts?
By producing unconventional perspectives, can experimental artists illuminate existing knowledge and meaning for a new generation?
The exhibition presents 18 works from Australian and international artists.
The multidisciplinary works draw from photography, installation, electronic sculpture, interactive and immersive media, robotics, bio art, live art, sound art, 3D printing, games, animation, film and video.
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