Monthly Archives: April 2012

Where is the truck?

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Scene filmed for camera from Thirst… is a place, by Splinters Theatre of Spectacle, performed by David Branson, written by Christopher Barnett, directed by Nico Lathouris, set by Stuart Vaskess, Canberra 1993.

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Running after desire

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Scene performed for camera from Thirst… is a place, written by Christopher Barnett, and posted today in honour of his recent birthday. Performed by Bronwyn Gault and Patrick Troy, directed by Nico Lathouris, Exhibition Park in Canberra September 1993.

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Archive conceptual structure

This is a research blog after all. Here’s the conceptual structure for the design and making of the interactive archive. The arrows on the left are the materials in the archive at the ACT Heritage library. The records of the … Continue reading

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Pure (Flowers of) Gold

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This is the most amazing treasure I have found in the archive so far. Wonderful promotional footage by WIN TV of Flowers of Gold/Bezerkii Carnival by Splinters Theatre of Spectacle, Old Kingston Bus Depot, Canberra Australia 1993. Featuring David Branson, Fiona Bozic, Luhsun Tan, Lindsay Dunbar, Cristy Gilbert, Jude Lawler, Miles van Dorsen, Ben Blakeborough

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2nd conference paper: ANU Thursday 29 March 2012

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Gave a paper last week on the project to the Digital Humanities Australasia Conference, held at the Academy of Science Shine Dome and the Sir Roland Wilson Centre next door, part of the ANU. It was terrifically exciting to be surrounded by some of the smartest people on the planet talking about things I am very interested in, specifically using new technologies to expand our understanding and use of arts and culture. The paper was very well received, although I was a little disappointed that my talk was bumped from its original slot in the Shine Dome, site of the 1996 Splinters work Long Time Earth View Gone, written by our esteemed mad-poet-in-residence Khalil Juredini.

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