c3 Contemporary Art Space (VIC) presents
Perpetual Perishing Presence ~ Amalia Lindo & Trent Crawford
c3 Contemporary Art Space presents work by Naarm/Melbourne based artists Amalia Lindo and Trent Crawford. The work presented in PPP extends the artists’ shared interest in the impact of specific framing devices (screen and lens) on the construction, distortion and eventual degeneration of the image. The individual works of each artist are repositioned in Black Temple Gallery in a collaborative composition of video, sound and installation. This project considers the infrastructure, systems and platforms of perpetually evolving digital technologies and offers alterations on existing models of representation.
Opening Saturday 16 November, 5–7pm
Panel discussion - Saturday 23 November 11am - 12pm
Katie Paine and Jon Butt present an open discussion around the works presented in Perpetual Perishing Presence and c3 Signal
Open daily 17–23 November, 12–3pm
Black Temple Gallery, 47 Davey Street, Hobart