SCI ART CBR zine April 2018, including a detail from my Merz work installation (2015 - ), photographed by Brenton McGeachie. Image @sciartcbr

SCI ART CBR

There’s a new group in Canberra – SCI ART CBR – that’s bringing together researchers and creatives to share ideas and build networks across disciplines. The group’s founders saw my installation at Prompt Gallery earlier in the year and invited me to speak about my experiences working in science and visual arts. It was an opportunity to reflect on common threads that have persisted…

Dierdre Pearce, my digital's three-dimensional shadow (2017). Mixed media installation, dimensions variable. Installation shot at Prompt Gallery Space, ANU. Image Brenton McGeachie

Art Not Apart festival, March 2018

After growing up in the Prompt Gallery the past couple of months, my digital’s three dimensional shadow (2017) is colonizing space in New Acton during Art Not Apart in March. The work is responding to the festival theme of ‘climax’ by inviting viewers to consider the extent to which they are aware of and have agency over their digital presence, at a time when there…

Dierdre Pearce, parataxis 2 (detail) 2017. collage of found printed and digital images and the artist’s photographs on paper. 420 x 594 mm

new show at Prompt Gallery ANU

Prompt Gallery, in the pop-up village at the Australian National University, is hosting my dynamic installation my digital’s three-dimensional shadow over summer ( 7 December 2017 to 4 February 2018). The work will change as I add more elements related to my digital presence over the next couple of months. Its based on a research project exploring the nature of the relationship between a…

Digital image documenting performance in collaboration with Kate McCambridge and Alison Moeller, 2017. Domaine de Boisbuchet, Lessac, France.

Speculative fictions at Domaine de Boisbuchet

I’ve just completed the intensive workshop Designing Einstein’s Dreams with Anthony Duane and Fiona Raby at Domaine de Boisbuchet, Lessac, France. During the workshop we selected chapters from Alan Lightman’s novel Einstein’s Dreams, each of which describes a universe in which time operates differently. Working with artists and designers Kate McCambridge and Alison Moeller, we developed a text and performance based work in response…