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Experience some of the world’s remote locations in a uniquely immersive exhibition of sound and vision. Across four programs, Super Field brings together 19 artists exploring a range of social, economic and environmental concerns affecting isolated regions and communities.
The artists in Super Field engage in deep field research. They create site-responsive works generated from a prolonged engagement with environments and communities.
Investigating these issues, Super Field comprises four programs that change throughout the exhibition, inviting you to visit different geographic regions each time:
Curated by sound artist Philip Samartzis and audiovisual artist Madelynne Cornish on behalf of the Bogong Centre for Sound Culture, the exhibition is divided into two distinct zones of sound and vision. Experience a sonic field created by 60 loud speakers and traverse a landscape of immersive video.
Super Field also features an exhibition environment designed by architects and 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale creative directors Baracco+Wright. The exhibition design has been commissioned by RMIT Design Hub as part of its remit to promote cross-disciplinary exchange and instigate new collaborative relationships that visualise design research.
Super Field features the work of artists Natasha Barrett (UK), Benoit Bories (FR), Matthew Berka (AU), David Burrows (AU), Anne Colomes (FR), Madelynne Cornish (AU), Yannick Dauby (FR/TW), Lawrence English (AU), Hughes Germain (FR), Martin Kay (AU), Slavek Kwi (IE), Jay-Dea Lopez (AU), Douglas Quin (US), Matthew Quomi (AU), Philip Samartzis (AU), Polly Stanton (AU), Michael Vorfeld (DE), Chris Watson (UK) and Jana Winderen (NO).
Supported by RMIT University, the Institut Français, the Municipality of Toulouse, and the Alliance Française in Australia.
Super Field has been conceived by the Bogong Centre for Sound Culture in collaboration with RMIT Design Hub.