ANNE SCOTT WILSON

  Image: Anne Scott Wilson, video still from video in 'Transductions #18' at ACMI.

Image: Anne Scott Wilson, video still from video in 'Transductions #18' at ACMI.

ANNE SCOTT WILSON is involved in a three-part exploration presented by Deakin University and ACMI. Transductions reflects the ways in which philosophy and futurism take part within contemporary art and curation. Transduction #18 is a pop-up exhibition located at the Tech_Bar at ACMI and brings together 18 artists, including a video work by ANNE SCOTT WILSON. This feature reflects the notions of energy within a space and the experience of combining artists, artworks or concepts simultaneously. Anne Scott Wilson describes her video work:

'Taking heavily pixelated material from youtube of the iconic Grand pas de Deux from the Nutcracker Suite, I have created a pastiche that is faithful to choreography within its musical structure.  Footage is from 13 different interpretations performed between the 1950's and 2000's.  The idea considers how the web, now an archive of material not previously accessible, constitutes a new way of seeing or reading antiquated art forms.'

Transductions is showing at ACMI Studio 1, Tech_Bar @ Beer Deluxe.