Tania Jovanovic, Chris Köller Peter Milne, Matthew Sleeth
Australian Centre for the Moving Image
Federation Square, Flinders St, Melbourne
Thursday 6th November 2003
Time: Drinks at 7.30 with projection: 8 – 9.30pm
Tickets: $15 Concession $12
Available @ Australian Centre for the Moving Image
In conjunction with the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI), M.33 presents Projected – a rare opportunity to enjoy a combination of exceptional photographic images projected onto a cinema screen, accompanied by a specially commissioned sound track.
On November 6, 2003, M.33 will celebrate its 10th birthday with a one night only screening at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Federation Square, Melbourne.
This event will take full advantage of the state of the art facilities at ACMI and promises audiences a fresh new way to experience an extraordinary breadth and range of photography. Work to be projected will be a mixture of still images, multi-media pieces and video. A sound track mixed specifically for the evening by Ben Green will contribute to the theatrical ambience.
Expect images from across 10 year’s of M.33’s existence, including favourites such as Aboriginal photographer, Ricky Maynard’s take on inner city indigenous life – Urban Diary, photographs from the The Bank Book, selections from Matthew Sleeth’s Tour of Duty and Tania Jovanovic’s Cuba Que Bola!as well as excerpts from Peter Milne’s documentation of the Melbourne Comedy Festival – Fools’ Paradise and Christopher Köller’s notorious video piece Blow.
New work by M.33 artists: Tania Jovanovic, Christopher Köller, Peter Milne and Matthew Sleeth will also be shown, as well as previously unseen vintage work.
The event will be followed by an After Party and the launch ofhome + away by Matthew Sleeth at FEDDISH, Federation Square, Melbourne @ 10pm