In Alex Selenitsch’s work, Restored Messy Life, the artist considers the materiality of the book form, placing emphasis on the normally invisible structure of a book by making the written word inaccessible. In my work Bird Caged / Caged Bird I highlight the materiality of animation, which is usually seen as ephemeral screen based images and make it exist as an object experienced within a different space and time.
PublisherDeakin University Art Gallery
Place of publicationMelbourne, Vic.
NotesATTENTION ERA 2015 CLUSTER LEADERS: The Library does not currently have access to the research output associated with this record, please contact DRO staff for further information regarding email@example.comExhibited in the 'Face to Face' exhibition at the Deakin University Art Galleries in Burwood 25th July to 1st September 2012 and at Waterfront Campus 2nd October to 2nd November 2012 Face to Face Catalogue ISBN: 9780987295408
Publication classificationJ2.1 Minor original creative work; JO1 Original creative work - Visual art work
Extentglass, engraving, animation, digital screen; book: 30 x 15 x 1cm (approx), small object: 30 x 14 x 19cm (approx), digital screen: 18.2 x 30.7 x 2.8cm