2010 Me. You. Us.
With the turn of the decade and Gertrude Street’s third projection festival, the artists were asked to explore their personal and global views on social, economic, environmental, and cultural impacts. Each artist employed colourful light to examine these relationships within themselves, their communities, and their effect on the world.
Matt Thompson, Hedy Chiang, Mike Makatron, Jacinta Stephenson, Kotoe Ishii, Tanya Ungeri, Linda Risely, Neami - Splash Arts Studio, Trinity 1, Sonido, Marcia Jane, Lisa Engelhardt, Devon Atkins, Matt Tierney, Greg Blakey, Judy Brandt,Trewlea Peters, Nico Eddaway, Lani Fender, Melanie Huang, Erin Mccuskey, Stephanie Peters, Deborah White., Angela Barnett, Colin Chee, Catherine Evans, Blake Byron Smith, Yandell Walton, Kit Webster, Ross Gardam, Glenn Hatton, Kristane Anthony, Laukie Petras, Rebekah Symons, Jade Burstall, Trudy Moore, Aksana Hugo Anastas, Anne Scott Wilson and Hannah Wilson, Christina Bowen, Chirayu (Fon) Charensook, Kathleen McCann, Jo Hamilton, Maggie Fooke, Hugh McSpeeden, Nick Azidis, Stewart Russell, Zoe Scoglio, The Chongettes, Art Day South Project, Trinity Grammar School, Australian Catholic University, The Artful Dodgers, MAYSAR (Melbourne Aboriginal Youth Sport and Recreation), Lindsay Cox, Simon Venturi, Jayson Haebich, JoNyx - Letham Mathews and Nyx Mathews, Viriana Zeneli, Charlie Knross, Kim Anderson, Sophia Loprete, Jeff Paul.
The Spheres, Mick Turner, VJ Riverriver, Great Earthquake aka Noah Symons.
Olaf Meyer, Nicol Booth, Jayson Leahy, Chris Michelle-Wells, Ainsley Kerr, Stephanie Cox, Amy Groves, Clare Hassett, Kerryn McMillian, Angela Mezza, Danae Manolas, Kirsty Hicks, Amber Chou, Kym Ortenburg, Monique McNamara, Nick Azidis, Angie Roberts, Jane Nolan, Luke Hodge, Abby Storey, Kelly Fogarty, Amanada Van Rooyan, Lisa Cant, Mary Giuliano.