Beehive Geelong: Reveal our city through the voices of others

Wilson, Anne Scott and Minski, Kristefan 2019, Beehive Geelong: Reveal our city through the voices of others, Geelong, Vic., 2019/05/03 - 2019/05/03, Geelong, Vic., Geelong City Council for Geelong After Dark.

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Title Beehive Geelong: Reveal our city through the voices of others
Creator(s) Wilson, Anne Scott
Minski, Kristefan
Conference, exhibition or event name Ars Electronica Australia. Performance (2019 : Geelong, Vic.)
Conference, exhibition or event location Geelong, Vic.
Conference, exhibition or event dates 2019/05/03 - 2019/05/03
Publication date 2019
Series Ars Electronica Australia. Performance
Description of resource Interactive installation and live performance
Publisher Geelong City Council for Geelong After Dark
Place of publication Geelong, Vic.
Keyword(s) Video documentation
Digital participation
Live performance
Installation
Interactive performance
Summary Working in collaboration with Ars Electronica Australia and in response to Geelong City Council Cultural policies and visions, we devised a digital app provided by ARS Electronicia Australia to collect content from the 80 odd artworks in the festival and curate the media back into an art installation I created. As the artist for this major project I was working with the team from AEA to curate a series of provocations made in response to Geelong City Council's cultural vision for the future. The resulting data collected over the night is categorised through the app and will support policy as it reveals the voices and vision of residents of Geelong. The project itself attracted 2000 participants to engage with the app and the live performance and the visual art installation.
Notes This work prompted an invitation to present at the Pivot Conference held at Geelong on the 4th May. I presented on the development of the work and my relationship to both the Council's cultural vision and the way art intersects with technology revealing human VS tech research. Additionally the project is being considered for presentation at the LINZ Festival in 2019 in September to share the research in a public presentation as part of 'Voices of Australia' curated by Lubi Thomas. The work represents how artists work with technology to explore perceived losses and gains in the name of technological progress.
Language eng
HERDC Research category J2 Minor original creative works
Copyright notice ©[2019, Anne Scott Wilson and Ars Electronica Australia]
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30122122

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