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OFFSITE

OUTDOOR SCREENINGS

GSPF 23 [@] Fed Square 

July to September

Time: 7 PM - 9 PM each night

Location: Swanston St & Flinders St, Melbourne VIC 3000

Tahlia Palmer, Murnong, 2023

Digital video

July 2 - 9

July 10 - 12 

July 13 - 15

July 16 - 19  
 

August 22 - 24

August 25 - 27 

August 28 - 30 

August 31 - September 2

September 3 - 5 

September 6 - 8 

September 9 – 11 

GSPF 23 [@] Bunjil Place 

GSPF 2023  Artists @ BunjIl Place

Time: 4.30 - 7.00 PM 

Dates: 27 July to 6 August

Location: Bunjil Place Outdoor Screen, 

2 Patrick NE Dr, Narre Warren

Henry Lai-Pyne, SKINS II, 2022

Mixed-media animation

GSPF 23 [@] Collingwood Yards 

Time: 12 PM - 4 PM

Location: Upper Ground Floor, 35 Johnston Street Collingwood, 3066

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COMPOSITE MOVING IMAGE AND MEDIA BANK

Artists: Victorian College of the Arts Graduating Animation Students

Dates:

30th + 31st July

6th + 7th August

OUTDOOR SURFACES

Elevator Shaft -

Victorian College of the Arts Graduating Animation Students

Circus Oz Wall -

Nick Tsekouras + Zeth Cameron with Richmond West Primary School students


 

Dates: 26th July - 6th August

Time:  From 6 PM onwards

Location: Collingwood Yards Courtyard, 35 Johnston Street, Collingwood

Veggie Monsters!!! 2023

Digital video and projection, Nicky Tsekouras, Zeth Cameron & Richmond West Primary School Class LA10  

GSPF23 X Peel Street Park Projection Program 

Artists: Tahlia Palmer

Artwork: Murnong (Digging for Yam Daisy)
 

Centre for Projection Art is proud to partner with Peel Street Park Projection Program to present Tahlia Palmer’s work Murnong as part of Confluence - GSPF 2023. This year's GSPF brings a Confluence of weaves together community + art, public + space, night + light, sight + site, with artists and community projects, events, talks, screenings and more. Murnong is the premier projection artwork from First Nations Artist and Musician Tahlia Palmer (aka amby downs) and is the result of their six-month residency with the Centre for Projection Art. The work zooms in on the Murnong plant and its agri/cultural significance and the resonances and roots from which it springs from. We’re excited to expand off site from Gertrude Street while continuing to be in dialogue with its rich and complex histories.

Time: From 6 PM onwards

Dates: 26th July - 6th August

Location: Peel St Park, Collingwood 

Tahlia Palmer, Murnong, 2023

Digital video and audio

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