Shaun Wilson
Since 2004
Works in /............... United States of America

BIO
Dr Shaun Wilson is a Melbourne-based artist, film maker, curator and academic working with themes of memory, place and scale. He is currently a Senior Lecturer in the School of Media & Communication at RMIT University. Shaun teaches Video Production, Experimental Video and Media Theory (Modernity and Post-modernity) in the Bachelor of Arts (Animation and Interactive Media) undergraduate program, supervises MA and PhD students, and has published through journals, academic press, and arts magazines world wide. Shaun holds undergraduate degrees in Fine Arts from Monash University and RMIT University, and a PhD from the University of Tasmania . Exhibitions and screenings include Artwave Radio/Athens Biennial 2007, Australian Center of Contemporary Art; Australian Center for the Moving Image; Bilbao; Museum of Contemporary Art Fenosa Union; Center of Contemporary Culture Barcelona; Kunstmuseum, Norway; Institute of Modern Art Brisbane; National Museum Center of Art Reina Sofia; Center on Contemporary Art Seattle; 24hrArt; and the Academy Gallery. He is the author of the forthcoming vampire novel "The Gothic Memorium" and has written eight feature length screenplays on vampires, coastal bogans, and time travel.
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EVENT

Australian videoart exhibition


Dates:
Thu Feb 01, 2007 00:00 - Fri Dec 29, 2006

'Australian Gothic: video art now'

Project Space/Spare Room, Melbourne: 05.02.2007-28.08.2007
The Directors Lounge, Berlin: 08.02.2007-18.02.2007

Curated by Shaun Wilson

Brendan Lee
Tammy Honey
Brie Trenerry
Marsha Berry
Larissa Hjorth
Alex Avtzoglou
Robert Hecimovic
Shaun Wilson

A selection of emerging and established Australian video artists presenting work that explores the idea of a 'gothic mode'. Further touring dates will be announced soon. This exhibition is presented by the Digital Cinema Research Group at RMIT University.


DISCUSSION

[rhizome] search for Australian Video Artists


Call for Australian Video Artists
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Deadline: May 1st, 2005.

Melbounre based Shaun Wilson
(www.acadarts.utas.edu.au/wilsonsp) is working on an
up-coming project titled 'Australian Video Art after
2000'.

The outcomes will present 100 unknown, emerging and
established artists who use video as their primary
medium - compiled and discussed in a scholarly book
(publisher yet to be decided) to be written throughout
2005.

If you would like to submit your work for
consideration, please send the following:

- One page CV (word doc, PDF or RTF)
- Artist statement about what you do
- URL and email address

Title of email: [Australian Video Art Submission]

DO NOT EMAIL IMAGES OR VIDEO FILES

Selected artists will use be notified in due course
and then asked to submit a DVD or VHS showreel.

At this stage, there are no artist fee's but future
arrangements with the publisher will be negotiated at
the going rate as set by VISCOPY.

Please get your entries in early!

Contact:
Shaun Wilson
shaunwilsonresearch@yahoo.com.au

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Shaun Wilson

Coordinator, Memory Research Network
PhD candidate
School of Philosophy
School of Visual and Performing Arts
University of Tasmania

Contact

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University of Tasmania
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Hobart 7001

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