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"speed: a live satellite installation by Miriam Lloyd"
2003-03-13 until 2003-03-16
Australian Center for Photography
For three days only, this innovative immersive installation by Miriam Lloyd will link ACP in real time to Olive Downs, near Tibooburra NSW. Harnessing both broadcast quality satellite communication and the internet, the visitor will experience an interactive relation to the remote bush landscape, dissolving the sense of concrete locality into the new reality of telepresence. Miriam Lloyd is a British artist has shown nationally and internationally.
Her exhibitions include Modern Medicine, curated by Damien Hirst and Charles Saatchi. Please note that the satellite link will only be open from Friday 14 March until Sunday 16 March 11am – 6pm.
The live satellite link for speed takes place as part of Location Location, where the street, the bush and architectural fantasy collide in an exhibition exploring notions of place, time and distance. Daniel Crooks’ otherworldy panoramas collapse time and space into an extended perceptual instant whilst Karl-Peter Gottschalk’s images of an alienated urban populace “deserted by joy” slip unnoticed across the decades. Emil Goh’s delightfully personal video and photo-works – models of wit and brevity – playfully explore the streets of Asia and Europe. Meanwhile, Katalin Bayer and Ferenc Varga take bland modernist high-rise housing and imbue it with a new and surprising life…