PROJEKT VIDEO CATALOGUE

PROJEKT is a quarterly video catalogue, which archives the work of gallery based artists working with video. The catalogue contains artworks which have been shown in a gallery context from established, mid career and emerging artists from Australia and is available on VHS cassette. Issues 1 to 6 is being curated by Melbourne artist Brendan Lee.

The PROJEKT Video catalogue is an essential collection of important Australian video artworks from the start of the third millennium. PROJEKT is an important resource for all curators, galleries, students and art lovers with a desire to better understand and appreciate a thriving cultural medium. The current series is sponsored by the City of Melbourne, The Victorian College of the Arts and THE KINGS Artist Run Space.

ISSUE 1 AUGUST 2002

T.V. Moore

ANNE WILSON

Stephen Honegger  & Anthony Hunt

Sanja Pahoki

Robin Healy

 

ISSUE 2 NOVEMBER 2002

Guy Benfield

Laresa Kosloff

Angelica Mesiti

Dominic Redfern

Jarrad Kennedy

 

ISSUE 3 FEBRUARY 2003

Kingpins

Starlie Geikie

Kathy Bossinakis

Gary Willis

Matthew Griffin

ISSUE 4 MAY 2003

Lane Cormick

Rebecca Ann Hobbs

Shaun Gladwell

Aylsa McHugh

Peter Burke

 

ISSUE 5 SEPTEMBER 2003

Sue Dodd

Emil Goh

Daniel von Sturmer & Merri Blazevski

Leslie Eastman

Phillip Brophy

 

ISSUE 6 DECEMBER 2003

Kate Murphy

Lyndal Jones

David Noonan & Simon Trevaks

Monika Tichacek

Alex Gawronski

PROJEKT Manager's note

PROJEKT was conceived as a means of getting important Australian video works out to a wider audience. All of the videos included in PROJEKT have been tried and tested in the gallery system and have been recognised as being of national significance. These videos are to be used as a resource in gaining a broader knowledge of what is actually out there. Magazines and journals are great at capturing the static image, but what is there for video artists? With cultural centres being dedicate to the moving image such as ACMI (The Australian centre for the Moving Image in Melbourne) and most public institutions screening video art in their programs, I felt that an archive should be set up from the grass roots level. By examining my peers' work, reading the reviews and getting out into the field, PROJEKT was established. May the archive be used as a way of examining this point in Australia's cultural history for years to come!


Brendan Lee PROJEKT manager.

 
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