The first iteration of GSPF transformed Gertrude Street into an outdoor gallery, with artists projecting onto pavements, buildings and shop windows. Each artist used experimental projection methods and playful visuals to explore place and self through an urban perspective.


Angela Barnett, Stuart Liddell, Andrew Buchanan, M & Simone, Arsineh Houspian, Heng Shen Yeap & Michael Hill, Elaine Hogerty, Prue Crome, Claudine Kraan, Dave Frendo, Erika Jarvis, Genevieve Staines, Hung Lim, Louise Cooper, Mikie Lyons, Richard O’Sullivan, Werner Hammerstingl, Antonella, Daryl Sim, Ko Sonnoy, Lindsay Cox, Mascha Fisher, Monique McNamara, John Howland, Bob Milstein, Angelina Wuysang Roberts, Phillippe Le Miere, Renee Gatt, Sarah Clarke, Simon Berman, Susan Gamble, Christian Rubino & Toshi Endo, Jonathan Chong, Olaf Meyer, Cassie de Colling, Derek Pritchard, Judy Brandt, Kirstin Holland, Paul Gibbs, Sanja Pahoki, Trewlea Peters, Bernie Phelan, Colab, blublu.org, Zoe Scoglio, Claire Davies, Fraser Paxton, Helen Punton, Joe Renouf, John Au, Kobie Nel, Stacey Ryan, Tang Yang, Arbitrary Films, Darcy Gladwin, Neil Howe, Zorcia Purlija, Australian Best Emerging Photographers ACMP, St Peters Early Learning Centre (Kindergarten).



Dada Dance Theatre, Iconic, DJ H-Bomb, DJs Angie B and Sarah P, Simon o Farrell (VJ), Squarey Eyes (VJ), K-Oscillate, Co Lab, VJinXile, Dean McInnerie (VJ), Lise Couchet (VJ), and DJ Esty.

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Gertrude Street Projection Festival acknowledge the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation, the traditional owners of the lands on which Gertrude Street Projection Festival is located.