In Interaction

Thomas, Lubi & Danzig, Stephen (2007) In Interaction. [Exhibition/Event]

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The field was the design of cross-cultural media art exhibition outcomes for the Japanese marketplace. The context was improved understandings of spatial, temporal and contextual exhibition design procedures as they ultimately impact upon the augmentation of cross-cultural understanding. The research investigated cross-cultural new media exhibition practices suited to the specific sensitivies of Japanese exhibition practices. The methodology was principally practice-led.

The research drew upon seven years of prior exhibition design practices in order to generate new Japanese exhibition design methodologies. It also empowered Zaim Artpsace’s Japanese curators to later present a range of substantial new media shows. The project also succeeded in developing new cross-cultural alliances that led to significant IDA projects in Beijing, Australia and Europe in the years 2008-10.

Through invitations from external curators the new versions of the exhibition work subsequently travelled to 4 other major venues including the prestigious Songzhang Art Museum, Beijing in 07/08, the Block, QUT, Brisbane and the Tokyo International Film festival. Inspiration Art Press printed a major catalogue for the event extensively featuring this exhibition. This project also led to the Sudamalis (2007) paper, ‘Building Capacity: Literacy And Creative Workforce Development Through International Digital Arts Projects’ (IDAprojects) Exhibition Programs And Partnerships’.

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ID Code: 32332
Item Type: Creative Work (Exhibition/Event)
Refereed: No
Other Contributors:
Role Contributors
  • Ryuji Enokida
  • Honghai Wang
  • Brendan Lee
  • Maleonn Maleonn
  • Michael Roulier
  • David Rozetsky
  • Monica Tichatek
  • David Sudmalis & Daynor Missingham
  • Peter Greenaway & Istvan Horkay
  • Ben HIbon
  • Lara Favaretto
  • Song Dong
  • Sharon Green
  • Feng Jiangzhou
  • James Lynch
  • Julies Pitt & Miles Blow
  • Chris Barker & Joe Bryant
  • Cui Xiuwen
  • Jemima Wyman
  • Stephen Danzig
  • Magda Matwiejew
Funders: City of Yokohama , Yokohama Art Project, ZAIM Artspace, Yokohama Nidori, QUT Precincts, Australia China Council, Australia International Cultural Council, Australian Embassy in China
Material: new media, digital media
Measurements or Duration: Please note only a small cross section of artists have been mentioned - go to website for more details
Number of Pieces: over 50 individual works ranging from 2D digital images, new media, digital media, interactive and computer works
Location: From date: To date:
ZAIM Artspace, Yokohama, Japan 2007-06 2007-06
Subjects: Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > STUDIES IN CREATIVE ARTS AND WRITING (190000) > VISUAL ARTS AND CRAFTS (190500)
Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > STUDIES IN CREATIVE ARTS AND WRITING (190000) > FILM TELEVISION AND DIGITAL MEDIA (190200)
Divisions: Current > QUT Faculties and Divisions > Division of International and Development
Copyright Owner: IDA Projects
Deposited On: 24 May 2010 00:35
Last Modified: 15 Dec 2013 04:41

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