Anita Bacic
Since 2002
Works in Hobart Australia

Discussions (2) Opportunities (1) Events (8) Jobs (0)
EVENT

Outside In


Dates:
Sat Apr 19, 2008 00:00 - Mon Apr 07, 2008

Location:
Turkey

At the beginning of the 21st Century we find ourselves viewing images that have been manipulated in ways that even 10 years ago we would never have thought possible. Instead of allowing a more accurate portrayal of reality these images emphasise the hyper-real, and as a result the viewer can never be sure of the ‘true’ picture.

For centuries we have sought to re-create and contain versions of reality within technological confines and Outside In references this, making connections between traditional and contemporary forms of communication, capture and representation. Inside the camera obscura the path of light is left untampered and unadorned. It provides the viewer with a cinematic experience that captures life on the street outside without the use of modern technology - an unconscious projection with light as the only editor. Using nothing but light, an opening and darkness Outside In creates a story through moving images - in this case our daily lives - invoking the idea of surveillance as entertainment.

DATES & TIMES
April 17-18-19, 14:00 - 18:00

WHERE
Caravansarai: Aynali Çeşme Cad. 6, Tepebaşı Istanbul, Turkey

More information about Anita Bacic's work
http://www.onesixty.net
http://www.artworkers.org/artistsearch/artist\_profile.php?u=abacic&v=images


EVENT

Outside In


Dates:
Fri Apr 18, 2008 00:00 - Mon Apr 07, 2008

Location:
Turkey

At the beginning of the 21st Century we find ourselves viewing images that have been manipulated in ways that even 10 years ago we would never have thought possible. Instead of allowing a more accurate portrayal of reality these images emphasise the hyper-real, and as a result the viewer can never be sure of the ‘true’ picture.

For centuries we have sought to re-create and contain versions of reality within technological confines and Outside In references this, making connections between traditional and contemporary forms of communication, capture and representation. Inside the camera obscura the path of light is left untampered and unadorned. It provides the viewer with a cinematic experience that captures life on the street outside without the use of modern technology - an unconscious projection with light as the only editor. Using nothing but light, an opening and darkness Outside In creates a story through moving images - in this case our daily lives - invoking the idea of surveillance as entertainment.

DATES & TIMES
April 17-18-19, 14:00 - 18:00

WHERE
Caravansarai: Aynali Çeşme Cad. 6, Tepebaşı Istanbul, Turkey

More information about Anita Bacic's work
http://www.onesixty.net
http://www.artworkers.org/artistsearch/artist\_profile.php?u=abacic&v=images


EVENT

Outside In


Dates:
Thu Apr 17, 2008 00:00 - Mon Apr 07, 2008

Location:
Turkey

At the beginning of the 21st Century we find ourselves viewing images that have been manipulated in ways that even 10 years ago we would never have thought possible. Instead of allowing a more accurate portrayal of reality these images emphasise the hyper-real, and as a result the viewer can never be sure of the ‘true’ picture.

For centuries we have sought to re-create and contain versions of reality within technological confines and Outside In references this, making connections between traditional and contemporary forms of communication, capture and representation. Inside the camera obscura the path of light is left untampered and unadorned. It provides the viewer with a cinematic experience that captures life on the street outside without the use of modern technology - an unconscious projection with light as the only editor. Using nothing but light, an opening and darkness Outside In creates a story through moving images - in this case our daily lives - invoking the idea of surveillance as entertainment.

DATES & TIMES
April 17-18-19, 14:00 - 18:00

WHERE
Caravansarai: Aynali Çeşme Cad. 6, Tepebaşı Istanbul, Turkey

More information about Anita Bacic's work
http://www.onesixty.net
http://www.artworkers.org/artistsearch/artist\_profile.php?u=abacic&v=images


EVENT

Outside In


Dates:
Sat Apr 12, 2008 00:00 - Mon Apr 07, 2008

Location:
Turkey

At the beginning of the 21st Century we find ourselves viewing images that have been manipulated in ways that even 10 years ago we would never have thought possible. Instead of allowing a more accurate portrayal of reality these images emphasise the hyper-real, and as a result the viewer can never be sure of the ‘true’ picture.

For centuries we have sought to re-create and contain versions of reality within technological confines and Outside In references this, making connections between traditional and contemporary forms of communication, capture and representation. Inside the camera obscura the path of light is left untampered and unadorned. It provides the viewer with a cinematic experience that captures life on the street outside without the use of modern technology - an unconscious projection with light as the only editor. Using nothing but light, an opening and darkness Outside In creates a story through moving images - in this case our daily lives - invoking the idea of surveillance as entertainment.

OPENING April 12, 12:00 - 17:00

DATES & TIMES
April 17-18-19, 14:00 - 18:00

WHERE
Caravansarai: Aynali Çeşme Cad. 6, Tepebaşı Istanbul, Turkey

More information about Anita Bacic's work
http://www.onesixty.net
http://www.artworkers.org/artistsearch/artist\_profile.php?u=abacic&v=images


DISCUSSION

Reflux - stereoscopic photography, video installation & kinetic sculpture


Reflux - A group exhibition presented by Anita Bacic, Sandra Landolt and Tina Fiveash, which reveals a fusion of recycled technologies and digital media, re-examining overlooked details of our everyday lives.

Anita Bacic - In Ringa Raja clouds swirl within an austere geodesic dome, constructed simply from cardboard triangles. An imaginary world contained within a paper shell; a representation of dreams missed from a time in the past where we would lie on the ground and stare at the sky.
http://www.onesixty.net

Tina Fiveash - Quiescense I - X are a series of anaglyptic (3-D) photographs which essentially explore our interconnectedness as human beings, on both a physical and spiritual level, focusing on the face, as a universally recognised key for gaining insight into another person’s soul. The eyes in particular, are often described as being the “windows to the soul”, and in the words of Japanese novelist, Kobo Abe, the face is like “a roadway between oneself and others”.
tinafiveash@yahoo.com.au

Sandra Landolt - Sandra plays with the idea of Reflux, as the medical term for any deviation from a healthy or normal condition. Her video work displays in a playful way, how a wind-up toy is fighting time, and her kinetic sculpture represents a discarded toy, altered and adapted to a new function.
http://www.woundupworld.com/

Kudos Gallery: 6 Napier Street, Paddington, Sydney, Australia
Tel: +61 2 9326 0034

Opening Hours:
WED - FRI 11.00am - 6.00pm
SAT 11.00am - 4.00pm

Contact E-Mail: kudos@cofasa.unsw.edu.au
Web Address: http://www.cofasa.unsw.edu.au/2006/kudos/reflux/