Date: Wednesday 9 Aug – Monday 11 Sep
Location: BLINDSIDE PLAY
Sofi Basseghi (AUS), Matthew Berka (UK), Annie Berman (US), David Brazier and Kelda Free (AUS), Hanna Chetwin (AUS), Caitlin Cummane (AUS), Julia Davis (US), Jane Frances Dunlop (UK), Mahmood Fazal (AUS), Giles Fielke (AUS), Joe Hamilton (AUS), Pat Hamilton (AUS), Timothy Hillier and Danzel Baker (AUS), Harry Hughes (US), Olivia Koh (AUS), Katrin Koenning (AUS), Collin Leitch (US), Madeleine Martiniello (AUS), Sabina Maselli (AUS), Salome Oggenfuss (US), Steven Rhall (AUS), Crack Rodriguez (SV), James Vaughn (AUS), Grahame Weinbren (US), Adele Wilkes (AUS), Nina Yuen (US). Adam and Zack Khalil (US).
Curated by Anita Spooner, presented by Interval and Channels Festival 2017
Turtles all the way down is a collaborative video essay with a nonlinear structure that grows ad infinitum. When two mirrors face each other, they reflect an abyss of virtual images. An infinite regress of formal experimentation, Turtles all the way down is multilogue of authorship, narrative and interpretation.
This screening has been supported by the City of Melbourne Annual Arts Grants Program and assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.
Image credit: Josh Abramovici, 2017