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#172 Godfrey Reggio

Godfrey Reggio (b. 1940, USA)
Koyaanisqatsi, 1982

Perspectives. Visuals and soundtrack. Duration.

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#149 Bernar Venet

Bernar Venet (b. 1941, France)
Indeterminacy, 2014

To be able to do things like that after quitting from art… Awe…

I’ve done a couple of works on much smaller scale and of much smaller beauty that have certain resemblance with this.

But it is for his early conceptual works (after which he resigned from art, to come back a few years later) that I wanted to place him on my list – only that I could not find any relevant images. And I was surprised to find plenty of this… monumental, almost minimalist.

I find support to some of my thinking in his avoidance of subjectivity and exploration of the border – or the interface – between art and science.

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#118 Between Music

Between Music (Denmark)
Aquasonic

Carriageworks Sydney, visited 07/01/2018
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#098 Agatha Gothe-Snape

Agatha Gothe-Snape (b. 1980, Australia)
Lion’s honey, 2019

AGNSW Sydney, visited 07/09/2019

An incredibly open performance piece… helps to reconfigure my thinking as to how tight a score needs to be…

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#097 Lucy McRae

Lucy McRae (b. 1979, UK)
Bart Hess (b. 1984, Netherlands)
Star gazing, 2007

NGV Australia, visited on 10/09/2019
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#065 Tomás Saraceno

Tomas Saraceno (b. 1973, Argentina)
Algo-r(h)i(y)tms, 2018

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#063 Hedenskog & Brolin

Nils Olof Hedenskog (b. 1952, Sweden)
Joakim Brolin (Sweden)
Creeping in Circles, 2011

People with lights creeping in circles to be captured by suspended cameras… oh yeah….

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#055 Nick Veasy

I have no clue how this could be pertinent to my projects.
But on some level I guess I wish it was…

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#053 Refik Anadol

Refik Anadol (b. 1985, Turkey)
Bosphorus Data Sculpture, 2018

Linked in from somewhere

OMG…

‘Data sculpture’.

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#050 maddie and frank

Madeleine Krenek (Australia)
Frankie Snowdon (Australia)
The Perception Experiment, 2019

Stage floor after the performance
Visited 14/03/2019 at Dance Massive, Arts House, Melbourne

Audience positioned on the dance floor.
Dancers navigating among the audience in complete darkness.
Hypnotic movements in monochrome.
Dance as a floor painting.
Soundtrack.
Wow.